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By Nicole Deitelhoff, Klaus Dieter Wolf

ISBN-10: 0230241840

ISBN-13: 9780230241848

This e-book makes a speciality of the function of personal companies in zones of clash. It appears to be like on the kind of governance contributions anticipated from transnational company enterprises in the direction of peace and safeguard and attracts conclusions as to what determines their contributions.

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4 Governance contributions to peace and security? Operating during these violent conflicts, both Alpha and Beta reveal an array of governance contributions to various policy fields. Due to restricted space in this chapter, only a selection of those most relevant to peace and security is presented here. Contributions to governance where an indirect link to peace and security is not evident have been omitted. 1 Alpha in Rwanda Company Alpha does not contribute any direct security governance that reaches beyond the company scope but does contribute an array of indirect security governance.

14. These discussions were elaborated in an earlier publication (see, with further references, Wolf et al. 2007: 298, 301–14). 15. The conceptualization of corporate governance contributions in zones of conflict was elaborated further in earlier publications. See, with additional references, Feil et al. (2008: 6–9). 16. Rooted in the business community, the CSR concept covers a much broader range of company activities which only partly fall under the category of governance. Thus, we decided to eschew its use as a central concept in our research and instead refer to corporate governance contributions to peace and security.

This passive stance is supported by anecdotal evidence: after a brutal and very violent attack on a bus carrying employees (36 dead, 27 injured) in January 1998, the company merely took internal measures, notably stopping the night shift, while buses to transport employees were guarded by the public police (Interview #1, Europe, 27 June 2007; additional company source). The company refrained, for example, from commissioning private security or military companies (PSMCs) to secure the border areas with the DRC.

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