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The role  of csr policies focused on local content actions in host Countries faced with governance gaps and mining operations

Autor: Luis Bustos

Editorial: U. Externado de Colombia

U. Externado de Colombia

Categoría: Derecho Minero Energético

Facultad: Derecho

Colecciones: Colección de Estudios en Derecho Minero y Energético

Año de Edición: 2015

2015

Idioma: Español

Formato: Libro Impreso

Número de páginas: 118

ISBN: 9789587722499

9789587722499

SAP: 530004329

530004329
The idea that a private enterprise has a social function and some obligations to all stakeholders is not something that has always existed. Concepts like sustainable development and shared value appeared only after a long process of trial and error. Understanding the origins of the theory of corpora...
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The idea that a private enterprise has a social function and some obligations to all stakeholders is not something that has always existed. Concepts like sustainable development and shared value appeared only after a long process of trial and error. Understanding the origins of the theory of corporate social responsibility and its evolution will allow us to be ever closer to solving the mystery of what should be the role of private capital in society. It will also help us determine its importance when facing significant challenges due to government absence or weakness over certain territories.
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Editor / MarcaU. Externado de Colombia
Año de Edición2015
Número de Páginas118
Idioma(s)Español
TerminadoRustica
Alto y ancho14 x 21 cm
Peso0.1300
Tipo Productolibro
ColecciónEstudios en derecho minero y energético 7
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Luis Bustos

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List Of Abbreviations Abstract 

Introduction To The Study 

Chapter One: Definitions, Evolutlon And Function Of Corporate Social Responslbility Theory

1.1 Introduction 
 
1.2 Evolution of the Corporate Social Responsibility
 
1.3 Defining CSR 

1.4 The dichotomy between profits and social goals
 
1.5 Considerations for the 21st century according to CSR

1.5.1 United Nations initiative ofbusiness and human rights 

1.5.1.1. The governance gaps 1.5.2 Guidelines and Principies

1.5.3 Reporting initiatives 

1.5.4. Industry standards and management systems 

1.5.5 Brief reference to the local content policies 

Chapter Two: the social conflicits and local economic impacts presented by the operation of extractive industries

2.1 Introduction 
 
2.2 Brief background on the economic approach of the resource curse theory 

2.2.1. The Reinter States 

2.3. Brief background on the social and political approach of the resource curse theory 

2.4 Brief background to the possible solutions of the curse
 
Chapter Three: The Aproach Of The Local Content Initiatives

3.1 Introduction
 
3.2 What are actions or policies of local content?

3.2.1. The strategy of local content 

3.2.2. The host Government 

3.2.3. The companies 

3.2.3.1. Theoretical support to the actions of local content business 

3.2.3.2. Local business content actions 

3.2.4. The Civil Society
 
3.3. Problems and unbiased reviews to the implementation of local content policies 

Chapter Four: Pract1cal Examples/ Case-Studles For The Implementation Of Csr Pollcies Related With Local Content In Mining Operations 

4.1. Introduction

4.2. Rio Tinto 

4.2.1 Summary of Rio Tinto strategy in terms of investment in local content 

4.2.2. Example: Rio Tinto/ The Diavik diamond mine 

4.3. Anglo American 

4.3.1. Summary of Anglo American strategy in terms of investment in local content

4.3.2. Example: Anglo American Chile/ Program Emerge

4.4. Vale 

4.4.1. Summary of Vale strategy in terms of investrnent in local content 

4.4.2. Example: Vale/ Inove Program 

Chapter  Five : Conclusions And Major Findings Bibliography list of figures and tables 

Figure 1: The Carroll Pyramid 

Figure 2: Commodity Price Index 

Figure 3: Potential Benefits of Business Linkages for Large Firms, Local Business Communities, and Small-Medium Enterprises 

Figure 4: Linkages diagram 

Figure 5: Consensus and Multi-stakeholder Dialogue for Local content 

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