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Culminating Project Type
Social Responsibility: M.S.
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Mining Companies and CSR in Guinea
Mining Companies tend to exploit natural resources in developing countries such as Guinea, to the detriment of the local population (Amaeshi, Adi, Ogbechie,& Amao,2007); (Kefee, 2013); (Hamann, 2003). Government officials in such countries often do not work in the better interests of the citizens due to corruption and other factors (Ayoade, 2011); (Kefee, 2013); (Susson, 2012). In this study the writer presents library-research material on the social, economic, and environmental impact of selective mining companies in Guinea, and the complexities introduced by the actions of local government officials. The writer presents recommendations for improving the interests of the natives of Guinea based on the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) model of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC).
Kebe, Mariama Cire, "Mining Companies and CSR in Guinea: Use the U.N. Global Compact Model to Improve Lives" (2016). Culminating Projects in Social Responsibility. 8.