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Auditor Independence and Outsourcing: Aligning Incentives to Mitigate Shilling and Shirking

Firms use external auditors to monitor the quality of difficult-to-observe aspects of their business partners’ performance, including the working conditions of their suppliers. Firms can improve monitoring accuracy by having their own employees conduct some audits, and by rotating across third-party auditing firms. [Author: by Ashley Palmarozzo, Jodi L. Short, and Michael W. Toffel]
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Organizational Structures and the Improvement of Working Conditions in Global Supply Chains: Legalization, Participation, and Economic Incentives

Suppliers face increasing pressure from the institutional environment as well as demands from buyers to improve working conditions. Yanhua Z. Bird, Jodi L. Short, and Michael W. Toffel analyze the internal organizational dynamics of more than 3,000 supplier firms in 55 countries. [Author: by Yanhua Z. Bird, Jodi L. Short, and Michael W. Toffel]
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