Workshop on Civil-Society-Led Corporate Governance in Latin America: Critical Research Issues and Opportunities for Collaboration (30/08/2010)



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Abertura/

Conference introduction, by Michael Conroy (Colibrí Consulting - Certification for Sustainable Development)./

Session 1 - Creating mechanisms for social and environmental governance -

Presentation 1 - REACH AND LIMITS OF PRIVATE MARKET REGULATION: A COMPARATIVE APPROACH, by Tim Bartley ( Indiana University).

Presentation 2 - CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: THE FIRM BETWEEN EFFICIENCY AND LEGITIMACY CONSTRAINTS IN THE MODEL OF CONTESTABLE MANAGEMENT, by Thierry Hommel (Anses).

Discussants: Roberto Smeraldi (Amigos da Terra – Amazônia Brasileira) and Leda Paulani (FEA/USP).

Session 2 – From confrontation to cooperation: civil society organizations and corporate environmental responsibility -

Presentation 1 – LESSONS FROM CIVIL SOCIETY –LED BUSINESS ACCOUNTABILITY IN CHILE AND COLOMBIA, by Maria Emilia Correa (Casa da La Paz y Universidad Adolfo Ibañez, Santiago).

Presentation 2 – PRIVATE GOVERNANCE IN THE MINING SECTOR: THE CASE OF JURUTI SUSTAINABLE COUNCIL (Alcoa – Pará), by João Paulo Candia Veiga (FFLCH e IRI/USP) and Flávia Donadelli .

Discussant: Hélio Mattar (Instituto Akatu pelo Consumo Consciente).


Session 3 – Origins and developments of interactions between civil society and private sector -

Presentation 1 : HOW CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS ARE INFLUENCING BANKING SUSTAINABILITY POLICIES, by Reginaldo Magalhães (IFC Procam e NESA/USP).


Presentation 2: DECIPHERING A CONVERGENCE: MANAGERIAL RATIONALITY AND POWER CONFIGURATIONS IN THE INDUSTRY - NGO’S PARTNERSHIPS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, by Marcel Djama (Cirad).

Discussant: Roland Widmer


Data: 
30-08-2010
Duração: 
00:12:37
Categoria: 
Economia e Sustentabilidade

Coordenação

Prof. Dr. Ricardo Abramovay

Participantes

Prof. Dr. Ricardo Abramovay, Prof. Dr. Charles Hale, Profa. Dra. Maria Hermínia Tavares, Prof. Dr. Michael Conroy