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corp-research.org

The Corporate Research Project is dedicated to assisting community, environmental, and labor organizations in researching companies and industries. With a primary focus on promoting corporate accountability, the project offers unique research tools, conducts research projects, and provides training in corporate research techniques. Some of their notable tools include the “Violation Tracker,” a comprehensive database on corporate misconduct in the U.S. and the U.K., “Corporate Rap Sheets” detailing major corporate wrongdoers, and the “Dirt Diggers Digest,” a blog discussing corporate misconduct and research methods. Affiliated with Good Jobs First, the project also emphasizes accountability standards for economic development subsidies given to corporations. Directed by Philip Mattera, the Corporate Research Project stands as a valuable resource for those seeking to understand and challenge corporate behavior.

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