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Regulating Multinationals in Developing Countries: A Conceptual and Legal Framework for Corporate Social Responsibility (eBook)


ISBN13: 9781409461685
Published: August 2012
Publisher: Gower Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: eBook (ePub)
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In Regulating Multinationals in the Developing World, Edwin Mujih explores the difficulties associated with regulating multinational companies operating in developing countries, with a particular focus on extractive industries.

The author highlights the need to establish an international legally binding framework to ensure that they operate in a socially responsible manner to protect local communities and the environment. Edwin Mujih's analysis reveals that the existing mechanisms for controlling the behaviour of huge multinational entities are of normative force only, that these are particularly inadequate, and that the notion of corporate social responsibility is only meaningful where behaviour can be legally regulated.

The book features a study of the Chad and Cameroon Oil and pipeline project, which highlights the problems arising in countries that have neither the capacity nor the will to effectively regulate those operating within their borders.

The author has evaluated compliance by the parties with their social and environmental obligations. He has found that, despite controversy surrounding inadequate regulation of this project in its incipient stages, the system that was put in place following huge opposition from the affected communities and from NGOs is worthy of attention and could stand as a model for similar projects elsewhere.

This first title in "Gower's Corporate Responsibility Series" to approach CSR from a legal perspective provides insight not just into the complexity surrounding efforts to regulate multinationals operating in countries with weak regulatory regimes, but also into the fundamental nature of multinational corporations and the debate about different notions of CSR itself.

Subjects:
Public International Law, eBooks
Contents:
Introduction
Part I
A Conceptual Framework for CSR and MNCs: A conceptual and practical framework for corporate social responsibility and multinational companies in developing countries
Understanding corporate social responsibility (the CSR anatomy)
MNCs operating in developing countries: a conceptual framework.
Part II
Controlling MNCs in Developing Countries to Ensure Socially Responsible Conduct: The Chad-Cameroon oil and pipeline project
In search of a regulatory mechanism for MNCs - ex ante regulation
Private claims against MNCs for environmental damage or human rights abuses caused in developing host countries - ex post regulation.
Part III
Conceptualising CSR in Contemporary Conditions: Corporate social responsibility and profit
Implementing corporate social responsibility
General conclusions
Index.