4 edition of Social and labour practices of multinational enterprises in the petroleum industry. found in the catalog.
Social and labour practices of multinational enterprises in the petroleum industry.
International Labour Office.
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||HD6976.P4 I57 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 99 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
|LC Control Number||80463459|
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Social and labour practices of multinational enterprises in the petroleum industry. Geneva: International Labour Office, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: International Labour Office.
ISBN. Multinational enterprises and social policy (ILO publication on multinational enterprises) Paperback – January 1, by International Labour Office (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Author: International Labour Office. The phenomenon of EPZs and the role of multinational enterprises in them have been the subject of heated debate.
This monograph sheds light on the multinationals' contribution to employment generation, export earnings, technology transfer and the development of linkages with the local : ILO. A major international forum in Geneva has marked the 30th anniversary of one of the first initiatives by the international community to put the social dimension into globalization.
Andrew Bibby reports on a key tool to encourage multinational businesses to adopt socially responsible labour practices.
Corporate social responsibility and Chinese oil multinationals in the oil and gas industry of Nigeria: An appraisal Cadernos de Estudos Africanos • julho-dezembro de • 28, Author: Eghosa Ekhator.
The Multinational Enterprises and Enterprise Engagement Unit (ENT/MULTI) is responsible for the promotion and follow-up of the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (MNE Declaration), which is the ILO’s key tool for promoting labour standards and principles in the corporate world.
The Unit receives direct guidance from ILO constituents. This article focuses on the extant corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices in the oil and gas industry in Nigeria.
The oil and gas sector of Nigeria has been beset by a lot of problems not limited to violence, kidnappings, eco-terrorism, and maladministration amongst others.
One way of curing the inherent problems is the use of CSR by many oil multinational corporations (MNCs Cited by: 9. This article analyses the Tripartite Declaration of Principles Concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy of the International Labour Organization.
It argues that given the current lack of a legally binding international document on human rights obligations of corporations, the focus on work towards legally-enforceable, existing Cited by: For example, in a study of the disclosure practices of multinational petroleum firms, Cannizzaro and Weiner () document that multinationals strategically manage their disclosures.
Specifically. However, the pursuit of profits by multinational corporations has led to a series of questionable corporate actions and the consequences of such practices are particularly evident in developing countries.
Adefolake O. Adeyeye explores how CSR has evolved to aid the anti-corruption by: 5. It is now generally accepted that the expansion of the multinational corporation is a major, perhaps the major, phenomenon of the international economy today.
Large corporations with their headquarters in the United States, in other Western industrialized countries, and now increasingly in Japan as well, are expanding their activities both into industrialized countries, including the Soviet Cited by: Despite its complex subject matter, the book distils core issues down and makes them very clear to a reader unfamiliar with the issues facing multinational corporations and their role in fostering international human rights.
this work is a worthy addition to the academic Author: Jennifer A. Zerk. Challenges and Opportunities in the Petroleum Industry and the Role of the WPC Pierce Riemer, Director General, World Petroleum Council. The World Petroleum Council (WPC) is a non-political, not for profit, registered charity with the mission of promoting the sustainable exploration, production and consumption of oil and natural gas and other sources of energy for the benefit of mankind.
Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy, which may be cited as the MNE Declaration, and invites governments of States Members of the ILO, the employers’ and workers’ organizations concerned and the multinational enterprises operating in their territories to observe the File Size: KB.
OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises EDITION Contents Declaration on International Investment and Multinational Enterprises Part I - OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises: Recommendations for Responsible Business Conduct in a Global Context Preface I.
Concepts and Principles II. General Policies III. Disclosure IV. Human File Size: 1MB. The OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises are the most comprehensive set of government-backed recommendations on responsible business conduct in existence today. The governments adhering to the Guidelines aim to encourage and maximise the positive impact MNEs can make to sustainable development and enduring social progress.
Varia e Dossier "Multinational enterprises in Africa: Corporate governance, social responsibility and risk practices in the oil and gas industry in Nigeria.
The oil and gas sector of Nigeria has been beset by a lot of problems not limited to violence, kidnappings, eco-terrorism, and maladministra- labour rights or standards, bribery and.
OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises Chapter V. Environment Enterprises should, within the framework of laws, regulations and administrative practices in the countries in which they operate, and in consideration of relevant international agreements, principles, objectives, and standards, take due account of the need to protect theFile Size: 4MB.
As a consequence, there have been attempts by multinational enterprises to implement corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives in the region.
However, the existing literature does not comment upon the different CSR practices of MNCs in Nigeria. During the last two decades of the 20th cent.
many smaller corporations also became multinational, some of them in developing nations. Proponents of such enterprises maintain that they create employment, create wealth, and improve technology in countries that are in dire need of such development. A multinational corporation, or multinational enterprise, is an international corporation that derives at least a quarter of its revenues outside its home country.
Many multinational enterprises.The volatile nature of corporate-community relations, which has meant significant loss in oil revenue for government and decline in corporate profit for multinational oil corporations (MNCs), has elevated the obtaining of a 'social licence to operate' from the periphery to the heart of strategic business thinking within the Nigerian oil industry.The multinational as economic entity broadly speaking takes one of two forms: one is actor‐based, the other network‐based.
To illustrate the actor‐based view, consider Total, the French oil and gas company whose global headquarters is just a short taxi ride from the OECD in Paris, and whose organization illustrates the conventional Cited by: