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Det svarta guldet : en studie om transnationella oljeföretags samhällsansvar i utvecklingsstater med oljetillgångar

Wiklund Stjärnfeldt, Johanna LU (2010) MRSG20 20101
Human Rights Studies
Centre for Theology and Religious Studies
Abstract
The relationship between vast resources of oil and development has repeatedly provento be a problematic one, and the reality shows that development states who are (un)blessed with the resource always have struggle with economic growth, civil wars, human rights torts and social development. TNC:s with oil interests claims that oil and development do match and that their presence in development states increases the state’s chance to development. The problem I will focus on in this essay concerns even might make the situation worse for the oil rich development state. I discuss if and how TNC:s should have a greater social responsibility for the states they’re exploiting in, both in a legal and moral way. The conclusion of the study is that... (More)
The relationship between vast resources of oil and development has repeatedly provento be a problematic one, and the reality shows that development states who are (un)blessed with the resource always have struggle with economic growth, civil wars, human rights torts and social development. TNC:s with oil interests claims that oil and development do match and that their presence in development states increases the state’s chance to development. The problem I will focus on in this essay concerns even might make the situation worse for the oil rich development state. I discuss if and how TNC:s should have a greater social responsibility for the states they’re exploiting in, both in a legal and moral way. The conclusion of the study is that TNC:s do have a corporate social responsibility when they’re active in oil rich states, partly because the fact that human rights concerns everyone in the world and due to the TNC:s large economic assets and therefore their capability of contributing to development. (Less)
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author
Wiklund Stjärnfeldt, Johanna LU
supervisor
organization
course
MRSG20 20101
year
type
L2 - 2nd term paper (old degree order)
subject
keywords
Lundin Oil, Sudan, Human Rights, TNC, Corporate Social Responsibility, Mineral curse, Oljehandel, Mänskliga rättigheter
language
Swedish
id
1608560
date added to LUP
2010-06-16 13:03:57
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2014-09-04 08:27:47
@misc{1608560,
  abstract     = {The relationship between vast resources of oil and development has repeatedly provento be a problematic one, and the reality shows that development states who are (un)blessed with the resource always have struggle with economic growth, civil wars, human rights torts and social development. TNC:s with oil interests claims that oil and development do match and that their presence in development states increases the state’s chance to development. The problem I will focus on in this essay concerns    even might make the situation worse for the oil rich development state. I discuss if and how TNC:s should have a greater social responsibility for the states they’re exploiting in, both in a legal and moral way. The conclusion of the study is that TNC:s do have a corporate social responsibility when they’re active in oil rich states, partly because the fact that human rights concerns everyone in the world and due to the TNC:s  large economic assets and therefore their capability of contributing to development.},
  author       = {Wiklund Stjärnfeldt, Johanna},
  keyword      = {Lundin Oil,Sudan,Human Rights,TNC,Corporate Social Responsibility,Mineral curse,Oljehandel,Mänskliga rättigheter},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Det svarta guldet : en studie om transnationella oljeföretags samhällsansvar i utvecklingsstater med oljetillgångar},
  year         = {2010},
}