Dr Tim Connor published in Theoretical Criminology

Tuesday, 7 January 2014

Dr Tim Connor was recently published in Theoretical Criminology.

An article by Newcastle Law School Lecturer Dr Tim Connor has just been published in Theoretical Criminology. The article draws on research Dr Connor conducted for his PhD thesis and it analyses the capacity of global networks of civil society actors to effectively supplement weak state regulation in reducing human rights abuse by multi-national companies (MNCs). It is co-written with Professor Fiona Haines from the University of Melbourne. In the most recent (2010) ERA ranking, Theoretical Criminology was considered to be an A* journal, meaning that it is regarded as one of the best journals in its field.

Tim is a lecturer at Newcastle Law School. He teaches Employment Law, Finance Law, Company Law and Law of Business Organisations. He is currently one of the chief investigators on an Australian Research Council linkage project investigating the effectiveness of the redress mechanisms available when transnational corporations are involved in human rights violations.

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