The Corporate Research Project assists community, environmental and labor organizations in researching companies and industries. Our focus is on identifying information that can be used to advance corporate accountability campaigns.
We play this role by:
- producing unique research tools
- carrying out research projects, especially corporate and industry dossiers, for activist organizations and
- training activists in corporate research techniques.
Our research tools include:
- Violation Tracker, the first wide-ranging database on corporate misconduct.
- Corporate Rap Sheets, detailed dossiers on some of the worst corporate actors.
- Guide to Strategic Corporate Research, an exhaustive guide to online sources.
- Dirt Diggers Digest, a weekly blog on corporate misconduct and how to research it.
The Corporate Research Project is an affiliate of Good Jobs First, which researches and promotes accountability standards for economic development subsidies given to corporations by state and local governments.
If your organization needs corporate research help, please contact us.
Corporate Research Project of Good Jobs First
Dirt Diggers Digest
Guide to Corporate Research
You don't need to be an expert to do critical corporate research. See our online guide to find the best sources.
The first national compilation of company-specific information on economic development subsidy awards and other forms of government assistance to business. Search the database here.
The Corporate Research Project is affiliated with Good Jobs First, a resource center on economic development accountability.