The book offers new critical insights into the relationship between corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainable development in Africa.

The extent to which CSR initiatives can contribute to sustainable development in Africa remains debatable. This book examines in a very clear structure how, when, and whether CSR initiatives are able to contribute to the realization of the sustainable development goals, peace, and environmental sustainability at the micro-levels of society. It also explores some macro-level issues such as the relationship between taxation and CSR, CSR and human rights, and CSR and public governance and, in so doing, challenges existing CSR dogmas.

With themes aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), this book provides useful practical guidance for policymakers and business leaders seeking to better understand the strength and limitations of CSR as a vehicle for advancing sustainable development in Africa. It will also appeal to scholars, researchers, and students of African studies, development studies, international business, strategic management, and business and society.

chapter |15 pages


The Nexus of Business, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Sustainable Development in Africa

chapter 5|20 pages

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Taxation in Africa

The Battle for the Ethics of Tax and Responsible Governance

chapter 7|18 pages

Corporate Social Responsibility and Institutional Strengthening

A RARE Model for Anti-corruption in Africa

chapter 8|21 pages

CSR and Environmental Sustainability Implementation in Mining

Perspectives from Ghana