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Lindsay, Nicole Marie

Governance Ecosystems

Lindsay, Nicole Marie - Governance Ecosystems, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Companies and the Company They Keep: CSR in a ‘Social and Environmental Value Governance Ecosystems’ Context
Julia Sagebien, Nicole Marie Lindsay

2. Systemic Causes, Systemic Solutions
Julia Sagebien, Nicole Marie Lindsay

3. Sustainable Development Norms and CSR in the Global Mining Sector
Hevina S. Dashwood

4. CSR and the Law: Learning from the Experience of Canadian Mining Companies in Latin America
Kernaghan Webb

5. The Role of Governments in CSR
Jan Boon

6. Regulatory Frameworks, Issues of Legitimacy, Responsibility, and Accountability: Reflections Drawn from the PERCAN Initiative
Bonnie Campbell, Etienne Roy-Grégoire, Myriam Laforce

7. Conflict Diamonds: The Kimberley Process and the South American Challenge
Ian Smillie

8. Whose Development? Mining, Local Resistance, and Development Agendas
Catherine Coumans

9. Mining Industry Associations and CSR Discourse: Mapping the Terrain of Sustainable Development Strategies
Nicole Marie Lindsay

10. Drivers of Conflict around Large-scale Mining Activity in Latin America: The Case of the Carajás Iron Ore Complex in the Brazilian Amazon
Ana Carolina Alvares da Silva, Silvana Costa, Marcello M. Veiga

11. Community and Government Effects on Mining CSR in Bolivia: The Case of Apex and Empresa Huanuni
Robert Cameron

12. Corporate Social Responsibility in the Extractive Industries: The Role of Finance
Allen Goss

13. Responsible Investment Case Studies: Newmont and Goldcorp
Irene Sosa

14. Anti-corruption: A Realistic Strategy in Latin American Mining?
Carol Odell

15. Sustainable Juruti Model: Pluralist Governance, Mining, and Local Development in the Amazon Region
Fabio Abdala

16. Energy and CSR in Trinidad and Tobago in the Second Decade of the Twenty-first Century
Timothy M. Shaw

17. Mining Companies and Governance in Africa
Ralph Hamann, Paul Kapelus, Ed O’Keefe

18. Conclusion
Nicole Marie Lindsay, Julia Sagebien

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, International Organization, Latin American Politics, Political Economy, Political Science, International Relations, Industries

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2011
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
International Political Economy Series
Page amount
371 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230353282
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-32557-3

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