The purpose of this paper is to present a selection of responses to the report Fashion Victims, published by War on Want in December 2006. It offers a range of viewpoints presented by members of the Editorial Advisory Board of CPOIB. These are presented in chronological order of submission. There is some cross‐reference by contributors to the work of others, but no attempt is made to present a unified argument.
Presents the full contributions of involved participants, without mediation or editorial change.
A number of different perspectives are presented on the central issue that is summarised by the opening heading in War on Want's report – “How cheap is too cheap?” It is seen that the answer to this question is very much dependent upon the standpoint of the respondent.
In presenting this form of commentary, members of the CPOIB Editorial Board seek to stimulate debate about an issue of concern to contemporary society, without resort to the time delay and mediating processes of peer‐review normally attached to academic writing. It is hoped that this discussion will provoke further contributions and a widening of the debate.
Cairns, G. and Roberts, J. (2007), "A discussion of Fashion Victims: Various responses to the report by War on Want", critical perspectives on international business, Vol. 3 No. 2, pp. 170-185. https://doi.org/10.1108/17422040710744962Download as .RIS
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