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Not to fall back during discourses on a strategy of campaigning instead of scrutinizing arguments. Needless to say that there are other questions arising out of this factual discursive practice with NGOs which relate directly to the fundamental legitimacy problem mentioned above (Bendell 2005). Who selects the respresentatives of NGOs? What groups are authorized to take part in corporate strategy discourses? Who cares for the public interest? To whom are representatives of stakeholders accountable?

As indicated in the WHO quotation above, drug resistance ironically results from both the over-consumption of antibiotics (usually by the rich) on the one hand, and the under-consumption of antibiotics (usually by the poor, and especially in developing countries), on the other. 30 Michael Selgelid Over-prescription Part of the problem is thus the widespread overuse of antibiotics. In countries such as the US and Canada, for example, it is estimated that antibiotics are overprescribed by 50% (WHO 2000).

20 Horst Steinmann world is necessary for universal moral convictions to be founded. ” (214). g. in International Human Resources Management. One consequence would be that expatriates should be trained not to preach western values as universal truths a priori but to try to initiate, if necessary, on the pragmatic level a learning process with members of other cultures, in an attempt to unfold, step by step and based on the successful outcome of common actions, a mutual understanding of what it means to solve conflicts peacefully (Steinmann 2004).

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