‘Inherited commitments’: do changes in ownership\ud affect corporate social responsibility (CSR) at African\ud gold mines?

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Hilson, Gavin;

This paper critically examines the issue of ‘inherited corporate social responsibility’ in the gold mining\ud industry, focusing specifically on the case of sub-Saharan Africa, a region plagued with excessive\ud corruption, rampant poverty and weak governance. Whilst th... View more
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