My Life as a Cadaver


Coming to Terms with Human Rights in the Global Marketplace

LEVI’S CHILDREN is a primer on  labor abuse and corporate social responsibility, told through an unauthorized and critical case study of the iconic blue jeans-maker Levi Straus & Co.  as it struggled with the conflict between its ethical principles and sagging corporate profits.  The book is a  timely resource for research on human rights and business, offshore outsourcing, and the negative side-effects of economic globalization.


Harvard Human Rights Journal

SAIS  Human Rights and Human Welfare

Los Angeles Times

-New York Times Article:  Tough Jeans, Soft Heart, Frayed Earnings



Grove-Atlantic, the Publisher’s Description