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- 2Adria, Marco (Supervisor)
- 1Andrews, Nathan
- 1Fernandez-Gomez, Erika
- 1Lock, Ineke Catharina
- 1Michailides, Theophilos P.
- 1Noga, Jacqueline M
My research involved working with a non-profit organization, for-profit company, and a community in Eastern Tanzania. Students’ International Health Association (SIHA) is a non-profit working in health promotion in rural Eastern Tanzania. IDEXX Laboratories, Inc., a multinational corporation that...
Discussion around the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) re-intensified in the 1990s as a response to the increasing power of large corporations, the regulatory vacuum left by neoliberal market deregulation and the changing nature of the state in the context of globalization. This...
Employee Attitudes on Corporate Social Responsibility at the Frontline Level of an Energy Transportation CompanyDownload
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) reflects the commitment businesses voluntarily undertake to integrate ethical behaviors and societal matters within their operating contexts, decision-making processes, strategies and corporate values while simultaneously maximizing economic objectives. As...
Reframing the World. Local Communities and Multinational Corporations. The case of Cajamarca, ColombiaDownload
This research seeks to develop our understanding of the elements that define the relationship between multinational mining corporations and local peasant communities living in areas affected by large-scale gold mining in Latin America. Previous research has focused on describing the forms this...
Responsibility for What, to Whom? A Critical Assessment of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of Kinross and Newmont in GhanaDownload
Once transnational companies take over concessions of land or sea for their business, they are usually expected to provide certain socio-economic mechanisms aimed at cushioning the affected people and communities. This popular expectation or phenomenon is captured as corporate social...