Social Licence to Operate in Businesses Generally

School of Business and Law
Dr. Manjo Oyson


This research examines how the concept of social licence to operate has spread to the non-extractive industries and its impact on their business activities using qualitative methodology such as case studies and in-depth qualitative interviews.

Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services| Law and Legal Studies
Social Licence to Operate, Corporate Social Responsibility, Stakeholder Theory
September 2019

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