Responsabilidad social corporativa en la minería de Latinoamérica: un modelo multiactor


Este artículo analiza las percepciones de empresas mineras y sus stakeholders en cinco países de Latinoamérica. Mediante entrevistas, aborda las dimensiones del análisis relacionadas con el papel de las empresas en las comunidades, las relaciones entre actores y la participación de la comunidad en la toma de decisiones. Los resultados arrojan diferentes visiones y conclusiones, entre ellas la necesidad de una implementación efectiva del modelo multiactor para mejorar la Responsabilidad Social Corporativa y reducir conflictos.
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García-Ortega, B., De-Miguel-Molina, B., & Chirivella-González, V. (2020). Responsabilidad social corporativa en la minería de Latinoamérica: un modelo multiactor. América Latina Hoy, 86, 23–40.


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