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Political Science Canadian

Corporate Social Responsibility and Canada's Role in Africa's Extractive Sectors

edited by Nathan Andrews & J. Andrew Grant

University of Toronto Press
Initial publish date
Jan 2020
Canadian, General, Developing Countries, Black Studies (Global)
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Africa’s natural resource sectors are experiencing unprecedented levels of foreign investment and production. Hailed as a means of reducing poverty and reliance on foreign aid, the role of foreign corporations in Africa’s extractive sector is not well understood and important questions remain about the impact of such activities on people and on the environment.


With reference to global governance initiatives aimed at promoting ethical business practices, this volume offers a timely examination of Canada-Africa relations and natural resource governance. Few Canadians realize how significant a role their country plays in investing in Africa’s natural resource sector. The editors and contributors consider the interplay between public opinion, corporate social responsibility, and debates about the extraction and trade of Africa’s natural resources.

About the authors

Nathan Andrews is Assistant Professor in the Department of Global & International Studies at the University of Northern British Columbia.

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J. Andrew Grant is Associate Professor in the Department of Political Studies at Queen’s University.

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