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Corporate Citizenship in Africa: Lessons from the Past; Paths to the Future
Corporate citizenship is enmeshed in the debate about Africa's future. Africa is the continent where the social needs are greatest and where the benefits of globalisation have been least felt. What makes corporate citizenship in Africa not only fascinating, but also of critical importance, is that the continent embodies many of the most vexing dilemmas that business faces in attempts to be responsible, ethical and sustainable. This unique collection for the first time brings together in one publication the critical debates, perspectives, experiences and successes in the emerging field of corporate citizenship in Africa. The book addresses a number of key questions including: What research has been conducted on corporate citizenship in Africa over the past ten years? How are the concepts and challenges of corporate citizenship in Africa different, compared to other regions of the world? Which industry sectors are leading in the implementation of corporate citizenship in Africa?

Publisher: Greenleaf Publishing in association with GSE Research

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Free Content Preliminary material
pp. i-ix(9)

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Corporate citizenship in Africa: Lessons from the past; paths to the future
pp. 10-17(8)
Authors: Visser, Wayne; McIntosh, Malcolm; Middleton, Charlotte

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Corporate leadership for economic, social and political change: Lessons from south africa
pp. 29-42(14)
Authors: Lynham, Susan A.; Taylor, Robert G.; Dooley, Larry M.; Naidoo, Vassi

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Corporate governance and accountability in Uganda: A stakeholder perspective
pp. 54-66(13)
Authors: Wanyama, Simeon; Burton, Bruce M.; Helliar, Christine V.

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Evading corporate social responsibility through tax avoidance
pp. 67-80(14)
Author: Snyckers, Telita

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The corporate social performance dilemma: Organising for goal duality in low-income african markets
pp. 81-92(12)
Authors: Egels-Zandén, Niklas; Kallifatides, Markus

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The ethical governance of health: A case study of worker health in kenyan floriculture
pp. 119-131(13)
Authors: Kilbourne, Julia; Porter, John

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Corporate citizenship, Aids and Africa: Lessons from bristol-myers squibb company's secure the futureTM
pp. 132-143(12)
Authors: Hartwig, Kari A.; Rosenberg, Alana; Merson, Michael

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De Beers: Managing HIV/Aids in the workplace and beyond
pp. 144-156(13)
Authors: Peterson, Tracey; Shaw, Julie

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Can oil corporations positively transform Angola and Equatorial Guinea?
pp. 157-170(14)
Authors: de Oliveira, Jose A. Puppim; Ali, Saleem H.

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The digital divide and CSR in Africa: The need for corporate law reform
pp. 201-210(10)
Authors: Muthuri, Judy N.; Mwaura, Kiarie

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Women's Gold: Finding a market for dagara shea butter
pp. 224-233(10)
Authors: Beczner, Corina; Gower, Bob; Vizzoni, Palma

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Treading lightly: Creating harmony and co-operation in Africa
pp. 261-265(5)
Author: McIntosh, Malcolm

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pp. 266-286(21)

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