International Journal of Law and Management: Volume 56 Issue 2


Table of contents - Special Issue: Corporations, human rights and corporate social responsibility in Africa: between neglect and inadequate policy direction

Establishing liability for multinational corporations: lessons from Akpan

Lee James McConnell

This article aims to explore the central challenges that preclude the attribution of liability to multinational corporations (MNCs) through a contextual analysis of the recent…


The governance of corporate social responsibility: Developing an inclusive regulation framework

Bethel Uzoma Ihugba

This paper aims to examine the limitations of promoting corporate social responsibility (CSR) regulation and suggests a model for improving accountability in CSR practices through…


The rebirth of dependence – offering an alternative understanding of financial crisis

Ciara Hackett

– This article aims to contribute to the re-evaluation of the global market system using a Marxist inspired theory of development, dependency.

CSR, human rights abuse and sustainability report accountability

Engobo Emeseh, Ondotimi Songi

CSR within a purely voluntary context has so far not made meaningful contributions to the problem of corporate environmental and human rights abuses in Africa. The paper therefore…


Corporate human rights social responsibility and employee job outcomes in Kenya

Thomas Kimeli Cheruiyot, Loice Chemngetich Maru

The purpose of this paper is to identify dimensionality and evaluate effect of corporate human rights social responsibility (CHRSR) on employee job outcomes among three leading…

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