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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


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.   


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

Key literature / theoretical perspective:

Corporate Social Responsibility, Stakeholder Theory 


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


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. 


CSR, mining, stakeholder theory