Nicole Janz is a PhD candidate at the Department of Politics and International
Studies (POLIS) at Cambridge University. Her research focuses on foreign direct investment (FDI), business responsibility and human rights. She is
especially interested in the impact of sectoral FDI on labor rights in the developing world.
Nicole is also a lecturer at the Social Sciences Research Methods Centre, Cambridge, and teaches statistics courses for MPhil and PhD students using the software R.
Review of A.Rhoda E. Howard-Hassmann, Can globalization promote human rights? The Pennsylvania State University Press 2010. in: Cambridge Review of International Affairs (25: 3, Oct 2012). [pdf]
"And no one will keep that light from shining". Civil Religion after September 11 in Speeches of George W. Bush. Nicole Janz, LIT-Verlag, 2010.
Menschenrechte – Globale Dimensionen eines universellen Anspruchs. ed. with Thomas Risse, Nomos Verlag, 2007, 188pp.
- Impact of multinational corporations and FDI on labor rights
- Responsibilities of businesses in developing countries
- Drivers of CSR in developing countries