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					PEACE THROUGH COMMERCE Responsible Corporate Citizenship and The Ideals of the United Nations Global Compact

Oliver F. Williams, C.S.C. Editor and Contributor

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Forward by Sir Mark Moody-Stuart Introduction  Oliver F. Williams, C.S.C. PART I: THE EMERGING PURPOSE OF THE CORPORATION 1. The Purpose of the Corporation o Marilise Smurthwaite Moral Maturity, Peace Through Commerce, and the Partnership Dimension o Timothy L. Fort and Michelle Westermann-Behaylo

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PART II: INFLUENCES FROM THE DISCIPLINES OF LAW AND PEACE STUDIES 3. The United Nations and Multinational Corporate Responsibility: Legally Binding Standards or “Principled Pragmatism”? 118 o Douglass Cassel and Sean O’Brien The Role of Corporate Actors in Peace-building Processes: Opportunities and Challenges o John Paul Lederach

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Broad-based Economic Empowerment(BBEE) and the Deracialization of the South African Economy 163 o Willie Esterhuyse

PART III: SOME LESSONS FROM THE EXPERIENCE OF SEASONED PROFESSIONALS 6. False Promises and Premises? The Challenge of Peace-building for the Corporations o Mary Anderson Commerce and Peace? International Concord and Intra-National Discord. A Study of Freeport-McMoRan o David Lowry

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3 PART IV: ENSURING THE SUCCESS OF PEACE THROUGH COMMERCE 8. Impact Assessment, Transparency and Accountability---Three Keys to Building Sustainable Partnerships Between Business and its Stakeholders o Donal O’Neill Stretching the Limits of Corporate Responsibility o Klaus Leisinger

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PART V: SOME CASE STORIES 10. A Public-Private Partnership for Enterprise Development: The Case of the Angola Enterprise Program 336 o Oflia Eugenio Producing Generic Medicines in Afghanistan: Opportunities and Challenges of a Multistakeholder Partnership o Brigitte Helene Scherrer Conflict Transformation Project: Promoting Sustainable Livelihoods and Grassroots Enterprise Development in Darfur and Southern Sudan o David Wheeler, Samery Abdelnour, Oana Branzei and Susan McGrath Ford Motor Company, Human Rights and Environmental Integrity o Gerald F. Cavanagh, S.J., Mary Ann Hazen, Brad Simmons and David Berdish Creating Shared Value: Nestle S.A. in the Developing Nations o John Bee and Lisa Newton IBM and Corporate Citizenship o Stanley S. Litow General Electric and Corporate Citizenship: Improving the Health of the Poor in Africa o Marshall Greenhut with Bob Corcoran From Being Apart to Being Partners: The Experience of Barloworld o Daniel Malan Occidental Petroleum, Cerrejón and NGO Partnerships in Columbia: Lessons Learned o Alexandra Guáqueta

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4 19. Bristol-Myers Squibb: Secure the Future o Tom Costa 578

PART VI: SOME CONCLUSIONS AND A VISION FOR THE FUTURE 20. Multi-national Enterprises Interacting With Nongovernmental Organizations o Lee Tavis Responsible Corporate Citizenship And The Ideals of the UN Global Compact o Oliver F. Williams, C.S.C. 587

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APPENDICES 1. The Principles for Responsible Management Education 2. The Principles for Responsible Investment 3. Report on the AACSB Task Force on Peace Through Commerce Carolyn Y. Woo CONTRIBUTORS INDEX 643 655 661

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