This is a fantastic idea and study that has been conducted. I can not commend you all enough for putting this together. However, I am interested in a couple answers to various thoughts and potential snags (that I am under the impression have been considered but, not discussed yet).
A large part of the unease and lack of peace would be located in more impoverished areas, however, these impoverished areas generally have a larger portion of smaller and less profitable companies. How can you get these companies involved in more ethical behavior and particularly behavior that promotes peace?
Leading more into my concerns, it has been known that the government in these areas can be corrupt and also can be in charge of some of the leading companies (potentially entire industries) in that area. If these corrupt governments (or companies) thrive in an environment that lacks ethics and peace, how can one overcome this and achieve the solutions proposed by Business Fights Poverty? Particularly (thinking about it from a more economic perspective) if external companies doing business with these unethical companies have a monetary incentive to cheat on being ethical and be the ones to conduct business with these companies and governments for their own benefit without 'directly' doing the wrong?
Not that I see these as detrimental or inevitable, I am simply curious on the thoughts from others to see if these problems are indeed relevant and if so, what are potential solutions?