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Mark Taylor

Senior researcher

Dr. Philos, International Law, University of Oslo

Research areas

Business and human rights, sustainability in global value chains, corporate accountability, war economies, peacebuilding, Middle East






  • Mark B. Taylor, Robert C. Thompson and Anita Ramasastry
    Improving Access to Judicial Remedies for Business Involvement in Grave Human Rights Abuses
    Fafo-report 2010:21
  • Anita Ramasastry and Robert C. Thompson
    Legal Remedies for Private Sector Liability for Grave Breaches of International Law. A Survey of Sixteen Countries. Executive Summary
    Fafo-report 536
  • Mark B. Taylor and Kathleen M. Jennings
    An Agenda for Applied Research on Transitions from Conflict
    Fafo-report 480
  • Mark Taylor (ed.), Josefine Aaser, Anne Huser, Kathleen Jennings
    The Next Generation of Policy Responses. Report of the expert consultation on conflict economies and development. Oslo, 4 November 2003
    Fafo-report 436
  • Leiv Lunde and Mark Taylor, with Anne Huser
    Regulating Economies of Conflict
    Fafo-rapport 424
  • Report of the Forum on the policies and practices of small arms and light weapons disarmament in post-conflict transitions. Peace Implementation Network, Programme for International Co-operation, Conflict Resolution
    Fafo-report 332


Other Fafo-publications

Book chapters

  • “Taking the gun out of extraction: UN responses to the role of natural resources in conflicts” Mark B.Taylor, Mike Davis  in Governance, Natural Resource and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding (Carl Bruch, Wm. Carroll Muffett, and Sandra Nichols eds.), UNEP, United Nations University, Environmental Law Institute (Volume 6) 2014

  • Regulating Illicit Flows to and From Wars, Mark B. Taylor, in Companies in Conflict Situations, ICIP Research 01, 2013 pp.15-35

  • «Beyond ‘Beyond Compliance’: How Human Rights is Transforming CSR”, Taylor, Mark B  in Atle Midtun (ed.) CSR and Beyond – A Nordic Perspective, (Cappelen Damm Akademisk, 2013)




Other articles, op-eds


Slides and presentations



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