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La responsabilité sociale des entreprises au Nigéria depuis la crise des Ogonis : de la réalité au discours

Abstract : The Ogoni crisis of the 1990s marked the debut of contemporary CorporateSocial Responsibility (CSR) in Nigeria. Shell and other oil companies operating in the NigerDelta tried to salvage their tarnished reputation in the wake of the crisis by presentingthemselves as socially responsive actors. Since then there has been a remarkableexpansion in CSR activities in the all key economic sectors of the country. These haveprincipally focused on contributing to local development through the provision of basicsocioeconomic infrastructures. Other dimensions of CSR have been largely ignored andremain unapplied. Yet enterprises, especially multinational oil companies, acknowledge thatthere are other aspects. This study examines the reasons for this disparity between theconceptualisation and the implementation of CSR in the country. This study suggests thatthe CSR is not only determined by contextual/institutional factors (local and international)but also by the objectives of actors involved.
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Olabisi Shoaga. La responsabilité sociale des entreprises au Nigéria depuis la crise des Ogonis : de la réalité au discours. Science politique. Université de Bordeaux, 2014. Français. ⟨NNT : 2014BORD0069⟩. ⟨tel-01229975⟩

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