Peacemaking and the Extractive Industries: Towards a Framework for Corporate Peace, 1st Edition (Paperback) book cover

Peacemaking and the Extractive Industries

Towards a Framework for Corporate Peace, 1st Edition

By Natalie Ralph

Routledge

344 pages

Purchasing Options:$ = USD
Paperback: 9781783532506
pub: 2015-09-25
SAVE ~$11.99
$59.95
$47.96
x
Hardback: 9781783532490
pub: 2015-09-25
SAVE ~$29.00
$145.00
$116.00
x
eBook (VitalSource) : 9781351285520
pub: 2017-11-22
from $29.98


FREE Standard Shipping!

Description

Peacemaking and the Extractive Industries addresses a significant gap in research on the political and diplomatic role of multinational corporations in peace processes in intrastate conflict: Corporate Peacemaking. The author focuses on corporations in the oil and mining sectors, supporting or participating in peace negotiations and mediation. The chapters explore national-level peace processes, as well as those at community and global levels. While the focus is on extractive companies, the findings are valuable to companies from all industries looking at peace-related processes.

This ground-breaking book gives a comprehensive picture of how Corporate Peacemaking currently works, how it can be developed and implemented, and how it is likely to impact global governance and corporate culture in the future.

The book demonstrates that Corporate Peacemaking has the potential to be a powerful element in international governance and peace efforts; and Ralph shows through the business case that companies, as well as communities, will benefit.

Ralph presents a new framework for Corporate Peace that will assist companies from all sectors in countries experiencing violent conflict, in addition to instability, human rights abuses and poor governance. Based on rigorous academic research with practical case studies, it is essential reading for practitioners, academics, policy-makers and NGOs.

Table of Contents

Foreword by Sir Mark Moody-Stuart, Chairman of the Foundation for the Global CompactForeword by Per L. Saxegaard, Founder and Chairman of the Business for Peace Foundation1. Overview2. Why explore CPM?3. CR and human rights: leading to CPM4. Assisting the transformation of war economies to peace economies5. Conceptualising CPM6. Implementing the CPM Framework7. What is happening on the ground? Case studies of CPM8. Assessing the case studies9. Cosmopolitan corporate peaceReferencesAbout the author

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
BUS000000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General
BUS008000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Business Ethics
BUS072000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Development / Sustainable Development
BUS104000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Corporate Governance
POL034000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Peace
POL035010
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Freedom & Security / Human Rights