Please find the instruction attached below. Please only work on question 5 (1000

Please find the instruction attached below.
Please only work on question 5 (1000 words).
o Alamgir, F., and Alakavuklar, O.N. (2020). Compliance Codes and Women Workers’ (Mis)representation and (Non) recognition in the Apparel Industry of Bangladesh (Links to an external site.). Journal of Business Ethics, 165 (2),295–310.
o Alamgir, F. and Banerjee, S.B. (2019). Contested compliance regimes in global production networks: Insights from the Bangladesh garment industry (Links to an external site.). Human Relations, 72(2) 272–297. o Anner, M. (2021). Power relations in global supply chains and the unequal distribution of costs during crises: Squeezing suppliers and workers during the Covid‐19 pandemic (Links to an external site.). International Labour Review. 1616 (1), 59-81.
o Anner, M. (2019) Predatory purchasing practices in global apparel supply chains and the employment relations squeeze in the Indian garment export industry (Links to an external site.). International Labour Review, (4) 158, 705-727.
o McCarthy, L., Soundararajan, V., and Taylor, S. (2019). The hegemony of men in global value chains: Why it matters for labour governance (Links to an external site.). Human relations, 74, (12), 2051 – 2074.
o Ozkazanc-Pan, B. (2018). CSR as Gendered Neocoloniality in the Global South (Links to an external site.). Journal of business ethics160. (4), 851 – 864.
o Soundararajan, V., Brown, J., and Wicks, A. (2019). Can Multi-Stakeholder Initiatives Improve Global Supply Chains? Improving Deliberative Capacity with a Stakeholder Orientation (Links to an external site.). Business Ethics Quarterly, 29(3),385–412.
II. Optional resources:
o Predatory Purchasing Practices Anner, M (2019) Predatory purchasing practices in global apparel supply chains and the employment relations squeeze in the Indian garment export industry, International Labour Review, (4) 158, https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/ilr.12149
o Suggested key words to search for when looking for additional academic articles: Covid-19 impacts on garment workers, Covid-19 purchasing practices garment industry, Covid-19 garment workers Bangladesh
o Pay Your Workers Campaign https://cleanclothes.org/campaigns/pay-your-workers Poverty Wages https://cleanclothes.org/poverty-wages
o The State of Fashion https://www.mckinsey.com/industries/retail/our-insights/state-of-fashion
o Shopping for a bargain; how the purchasing practices of clothing brands in Australia impact the women who make our clothes https://www.oxfam.org.au/wp- content/uploads/2020/11/2020-AC-006-WSM-Research-Report_Digital_FA_Pages.pdf
o What She Makes Campaign https://whatshemakes.oxfam.org.au/resources/ https://www.oxfam.org.au/what-she-makes/about-the-campaign/
o Guide to Buying Responsibly https://www.ethicaltrade.org/sites/default/files/shared_resources/guide_to_buying_responsibly.pdf
Identification and analysis of the industry’s issues and their impacts on the key stakeholders in the case study.
Developing viable detailed solutions to address key stakeholder needs, using evidence from your research (scholarly literature and practitioner reports)
Use of theory and concepts
Structure and clarity of report Quality of research and referencing