Integrating Social Concerns into Private Sector Decisionmaking. A Review of Corporate Practices in the Mining, Oil, and Gas Sectors
AbstractCorporations within developing countries often have a profound impact on the social fabric of the area within which they operate, particularly in sectors such as mining and oil and gas. Even the more socially responsible corporations have difficulty in managing their relations with and responsibilities towards local communities and other stakeholders.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by World Bank in its series World Bank - Discussion Papers with number 384.
Length: 76 pages
Date of creation: 1998
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PRIVATE SECTOR ; MINING ; DEVELOPING COUNTRIES;
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