Crimes estatais-corporativos e violações de direitos humanos: um ensaio sobre a relação simbiótica entre Estados e corporações

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Letícia Gracielle Vieira Ferreira
Cíntia Rodrigues de Oliveira
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7999-9002

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Nesse ensaio buscamos ampliar a compreensão dos crimes estatais-corporativos que violam direitos humanos por meio de uma aproximação da literatura do crime-estatal corporativo com campo dos estudos organizacionais. Argumentamos que crimes corporativos violadores de direitos humanos são (re)produzidos com a participação do Estado, em função das lacunas de governança estabelecidas pela globalização, criando uma relação simbiótica que potencializa a normalização de tais infrações. Nossa argumentação é a de que tal problema resulta de uma articulação deliberadamente organizada e constituída, historicamente, por meio de relações de poder, que visam garantir uma ordem social centrada na manutenção dos interesses capitalistas, modo de produção em que vida, morte e violência são normalizadas.

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Ferreira, L. G. V., & Oliveira, C. R. de. (2024). Crimes estatais-corporativos e violações de direitos humanos: um ensaio sobre a relação simbiótica entre Estados e corporações. Cadernos EBAPE.BR, 22(1), e2023–0009. https://doi.org/10.1590/1679-395120230009
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