Regulation & Legitimacy in the Mining Industry in Africa: Where does Canada Stand?

@article{Campbell2008RegulationL,
  title={Regulation \& Legitimacy in the Mining Industry in Africa: Where does Canada Stand?},
  author={Bonnie Campbell},
  journal={Review of African Political Economy},
  year={2008},
  volume={35},
  pages={367 - 385}
}
  • B. Campbell
  • Published 1 September 2008
  • Political Science
  • Review of African Political Economy
There are more than 1,000 mining companies listed on Canadian stock exchanges, more than any other country and, as such, represent the most important source of investment in mining in Africa. This article provides a preliminary evaluation of the experience and report of the Canadian National Roundtables on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). It does so in the context of the surge of Canadian investment in mining in Africa and of increasing public awareness of the negative impacts of the… 
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