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Viverostapia, Hector

  • Paper Title: Corporate Social Responsibility in the Chilean mining industry.
  • Department Affiliation: Marketing and Management 
  • Supervisors’ Names:
    • Professor Paul Gollan

Purpose:

The objective of this paper is to draw out a theoretical view to address the relationship between corporate social responsibility (CSR) and the mining industry in Chile.   

Originality:

This paper contributes to a better understanding of CSR in the Chilean mining industry.  

Key literature / theoretical perspective:

Corporate Social Responsibility, Stakeholder Theory 

Design/methodology/approach:        

This is a theoretical paper built on a literature review about CSR, stakeholder management and mining industry to derive the study conclusions. 

Findings: 

This paper reflexes the first stage of the research. CSR driven by MNCs in the mining industry is discussed.

Research limitations/implications:

Further conceptual refinement is needed. 

Practical and Social implications:  

This paper provides an overview on CSR in a relevant sector for the Chilean economy. 

Keywords:

CSR, mining, stakeholder theory