In their campaigns to get organizations to adopt socially responsible practices, social activists choose between disruptive protests and evidence-based persuasion, often targeting select few organizations in the hope that more will also change their practices. But are such tactics effective? In their study of an anti-sweatshop campaign on US university campuses, Forrest Briscoe, Abhinav Gupta, and Mark Anner find […]
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