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BookKazimierczuk, Agnieszka Helena (2018)
See this documentNever a rose without a prick : (Dutch) multinational companies and productive employment in the Kenyan flower sector
Abstract presentLeiden: African Studies Centre Leiden. #142. 77p.

Periodical articleIdemudia, Uwafiokun (2017)
See this documentBusiness and peace in the Niger Delta: what we know and what we need to know
Abstract presentAfrican Security Review. Volume 26 #1. p. 41-61.

Periodical articleAkinyoade, Akinyinka and Ekumankama, Ogbuagu and Uche, Chibuike (2016)
See this documentThe use of local raw materials in beer brewing: Heineken in Nigeria
Abstract presentJournal of the Institute of Brewing. Volume 122 #4. p. 682-692.

Periodical articleEkhator, Eghosa O. (2016)
See this documentRegulating the activities of oil multinationals in Nigeria: a case for self-regulation?
Abstract presentJournal of African Law. Volume 60 #1. p. 1-28.

Periodical articleOllong, Kingsly Awang (2016)
See this documentSustainability issues in the Cameroon banana supply chain
Abstract presentRevista Brasileira de Estudos Africanos = Brazilian journal of African studies. Volume 1 #2. p. 211-242.

BookBeemen, Olivier van (2015)
Heineken in Afrika
Amsterdam: Prometheus. 414p.

Periodical articleBezuidenhout, Henri and Kleynhans, Ewert (2015)
See this documentImplications of foreign direct investment for national sovereignty: the Wal-Mart/Massmart merger as an illustration
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of International Affairs. Volume 22 #1. p. 93-110.

BookBurgis, Tom (2015)
The looting machine: warlords, tycoons, smugglers, and the systematic theft of Africa's wealth
London: William Collins. 319p.

BookHansen, Rasmus Torpe (2015)
See this documentCorporate social responsibility and tax avoidance in Sub-Saharan Africa: a case study of the beverage manufacturing sector
Abstract present94p.

Periodical articleHesse, Brian J. (2015)
See this documentAfrica's intoxicating beer markets
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 58 #1. p. 91-111.

Periodical articleLundsgaard, Thorbjørn Waal (2015)
Non-state actors and legal accountability
Abstract presentEast African Journal of Peace and Human Rights. Volume 21 #1. p. 183-191.

Periodical articlePatton, Adell (2015)
See this documentCivil rights in America's African diaspora: Firestone Rubber and segregation in Liberia
Abstract presentCanadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 49 #2. p. 319-338.

Periodical articleSutherland, Ewan (2015)
See this documentMTN: a South African mobile telecommunications group in Africa and Asia
Abstract presentCommunicatio: South African journal for communication theory and research. Volume 41 #4. p. 471-505.

Periodical articleAnonymous (2014)
See this documentWine: Ethiopia
Africa research bulletin: economic, financial and technical series. Volume 51 #7. p. 20503-20504.

Periodical articleChen, Mo (2014)
See this documentThe Transnationalization Strategy of Chinese Oil Companies: Case Studies of Sudan and Saudi Arabia
Abstract presentPerspectives on Global Development and Technology. Volume 13 #5-6. p. 613-625.

Periodical articleDakouri, Jean-Claude (2014)
La réparation des dommages liés aux transports de déchets dangereux en Droit ivoirien: leçon à tirer d'un accord transactionnel relatif à l'affaire du Probo Koala
Abstract presentPenant: revue de droit des pays d'Afrique. Volume 124 #886. p. 114-134.

BookDaouda, Youssoufou Hamadou (2014)
See this documentResponsabilité sociétale des multinationales en Afrique subsaharienne: enjeux et controverses (Cas du groupe AREVA au Niger)
Montréal: Les Éditions en environnement VertigO.

Periodical articleEkhator, Eghosa Osa (2014)
See this documentCorporate social responsibility and Chinese oil: multinationals in the oil and gas industry of Nigera: an appraisal
Abstract presentCadernos de Estudos Africanos. #28. p. 119-140.

Periodical articleHamadou Daouda, Youssoufou (2014)
See this documentCSR and sustainable development: multinationals are they socially responsible in Sub-Saharan Africa? The case of Areva in Niger
Abstract presentCadernos de Estudos Africanos. #28. p. 141-162.

BookHansen, Michael W. (2014)
See this documentFrom enclave to linkage economies? A review of the literature on linkages between extractive multinational corporations and local industry in Africa
Copenhagen: Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS). 52p.

Periodical articleJain, Meetali and Meyersfeld, Bonita (2014)
Lessons from Kiobel v Royal Dutch Petroleum Company: developing homegrown lawyering strategies around corporate accountability
Abstract presentSouth African Journal on Human Rights. Volume 30 #3. p. 430-457.

Conference paperNadir, Bouchra (ed.) (2014)
L'environnement et le développement durable: les nouvelles alternatives
Abstract presentRabat: Université Mohammed V, Souissi.

BookYorbana, Seign-Goura (2014)
Les investissements directs chinois en Afrique: la China National Petroleum Corporation international Chad, CNPCIC
Paris: L'Harmattan. 228p.

BookAbba, Seidik (2013)
Niger: la junte militaire et ses dix affaires secrètes (2010-2011)
Paris: L'Harmattan. 107p.

Periodical articleAgbiboa, Daniel E. and Maiangwa, Benjamin (2013)
See this documentOil multinational corporations, environmental irresponsibility and turbulent peace in the Niger Delta
Abstract presentAfrica Spectrum. Volume 48 #2. p. 71-83.

Periodical articleCampos-Serrano, Alicia (2013)
See this documentExtraction offshore, politics inshore, and the role of the State in Equatorial Guinea
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 83 #2. p. 314-339.

Periodical articleGeenen, Sara and Claessens, Klara (2013)
Disputed access to the gold sites in Luhwindja, eastern Democratic Republic of Congo
Abstract presentJournal of Modern African Studies. Volume 51 #1. p. 85-108.

BookParis, Marjolaine (2013)
Le business franco-nigérian à l'heure de l'Afrique émergente
Paris: Karthala. 370p.

BookRamazani Bishwende, Augustin (2013)
L'Afrique dans la modernité néolibérale: responsabilités éthiques des multinationales capitalistes
Paris: L'Harmattan. 258p.

BookSchouten, Peer (2013)
See this documentBrewing security? Heineken's engagement with commercial conflict-dependent actors in the Eastern DRC
Abstract presentStockholm: CCDA Project. 41p.

BookSefa-Nyarko, Clement (2013)
See this documentDevelopment and security challenges in oil-producing countries: the main causes and lessons in sub-Saharan Africa
Abstract presentNairobi: African Leadership Centre. #28. 71p.

Book chapterBeers, Cees van and Knorringa, Peter and Leliveld, André (2012)
Frugal innovation in Africa: tracking Unilever's washing-powder sachets
In: Transforming innovations in Africa: explorative studies on appropriation in African societies. p. 59-77.

Periodical issueCiganikova, Martina and Krenceyová, Misa (eds.) (2012)
See this documentHuman rights and Africa: between theory and practice
Abstract presentStichproben - Vienna Journal of African Studies. Volume 12 #23. 133p.

DVD / videoGuldbrandsen, Christoffer (ed.) (2012)
See this documentStealing Africa
Abstract presentHilversum: IKON.

Book chapterWijk, Jeroen van and Kwakkenbos, Herma (2012)
See this documentBeer multinationals supporting Africa's development? How partnerships include smallholders into Sorghum-beer supply chains
Abstract presentIn: Global value chains: linking local producers from developing countries to international markets. p. 71-88.

Periodical articleAdunbi, Omolade (2011)
See this documentOil and the production of competing subjectivities in Nigeria: 'platforms of possibilities' and 'pipelines of conflict'
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 54 #3. p. 101-120.

Periodical articleCohen, Andrew (2011)
See this documentLonrho and oil sanctions against Rhodesia in the 1960s
Journal of Southern African Studies. Volume 37 #4. p. 715-730.

Periodical articleEzeudu, Martin-Joe (2011)
Revisiting corporate violations of human rights in Nigeria's Niger Delta region: canvassing the potential role of the International Criminal Court
Abstract presentAfrican Human Rights Law Journal. Volume 11 #1. p. 23-56.

BookFalola, Toyin and Paddock, Adam (eds.) (2011)
Environment and economics in Nigeria
Abstract presentLondon: Routledge. 278p.

Periodical articleMajinge, Charles Riziki (2011)
Can multinational corporations help secure human rights and the rule of law? The case of Sudan
Verfassung und Recht in Übersee. Volume 44 #1. p. 7-31.

Periodical articleOkogbule, Nlerum S. (2011)
Transnational corporations and the protection of human rights in Nigeria: towards an integrated functional approach
Abstract presentEast African Journal of Peace and Human Rights. Volume 17 #2. p. 407-428.

Periodical articleSingh, Nitya (2011)
See this documentNigeria's elusive quest for democracy: multinational corporations and sustenance of authoritarianism
Abstract presentAfrican and Asian Studies. Volume 10 #2-3. p. 209-233.

Periodical articleTheron, Nicola M. and Boshoff, Willem H. (2011)
See this documentWhen do vertical restraints harm competition? The economics-based approach and its application in the BATSA case
South African Journal of Economics. Volume 79 #3. p. 330-345.

BookVan der Borght, Stefaan (2011)
See this documentMaking HIV programmes work: the Heineken workplace programme to prevent and treat HIV infection 2001-2010
143p.

Periodical articleWayana Oguttu, Annet (2011)
Developing South Africa as a gateway for foreign investment in Africa: a critique of South Africa's headquarter company regime
South African Yearbook of International Law. Volume 36. p. 61-93.

Periodical articleEdu, O.K. (2010)
Corporate social responsibility: the case of multinational oil companies in the Niger Delta of Nigeria
African Renaissance. Volume 7 #3-4. p. 111-129.

Periodical articleHönke, Jana (2010)
New political topographies: mining companies and indirect discharge in Southern Katanga (DRC)
Abstract presentPolitique africaine. #120. p. 105-127.

Periodical articleUche, Chibuike (2010)
See this documentBritish Petroleum vs. the Nigerian government: the capital gains tax dispute, 1972-9
Abstract presentThe Journal of African History. Volume 51 #2. p. 167-188.

Periodical articleBezuidenhout, Andries and Cock, Jacklyn (2009)
See this documentCorporate power, society and the environment: a case study of ArcelorMittal South Africa
Abstract presentTransformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. #69. p. 81-105.

Periodical articleDonkor, David Afriyie (2009)
'Gyamfi's Golden Soap': commodity marketing, reform legitimation, and the performance of cultural authenticity in Ghana's popular theatre
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 12-13. p. 189-216.

Periodical articleAmao, Olufemi O. (2008)
Corporate social responsibility, multinational corporations and the law in Nigeria: controlling multinationals in host States
Abstract presentJournal of African Law. Volume 52 #1. p. 89-113.

Periodical articleAsiedu, Elizabeth and Gyimah-Brempong, Kwabena (2008)
See this documentThe effect of the liberalization of investment policies on employment and investment of multinational corporations in Africa
Abstract presentAfrican Development Review. Volume 20 #1. p. 49-66.

Periodical articleCorkin, Lucy (2008)
See this documentCompetition or collaboration? Chinese & South African transnational companies in Africa
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 35 #115. p. 128-134.

Periodical articleDuru, E.J.C. and Ering, S.O. and Ojong, T.E. (2008)
Oil militancy and kidnapping: challenges of multinationals corporations in Nigeria's Niger Delta Region
Identity, Culture and Politics: an Afro-Asian Dialogue. Volume 9 #1. July. p. 131-152.

Periodical articleMiller, Darlene (2008)
'Retail renaissance' or company rhetoric: the failed partnership of a South African corporation and local suppliers in Zambia
Labour, Capital and Society. Volume 41 #1. p. 34-55.

Periodical articleMujih, Edwin (2008)
See this documentThe regulation of multinational companies operating in developing countries: a case study of the Chad-Cameroon pipeline project
Abstract presentAfrican Journal of International and Comparative Law. Volume 16 #1. p. 83-99.

Periodical articleMujih, Edwin C. (2008)
See this document'Co-deregulation' of multinational companies operating in developing countries: partnering against corporate social responsibility?
African Journal of International and Comparative Law. Volume 16 #2. p. 249-261.

Periodical articleMuñoz, José-María (2008)
Au nom du développement: ethnicité, autochtonie et promotion du secteur privé au Nord Cameroun
Abstract presentPolitique africaine. #112. p. 67-85.

Periodical articleOwusu-Koranteng, Daniel (2008)
See this documentMining investment & community struggles
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 35 #117. p. 467-473.

Dissertation / thesisReed, Kristin Michelle (2008)
Washing ashore: the politics of offshore oil in northern Angola
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI. 514p.

Periodical articleYusuf, Hakeem O. (2008)
Oil on troubled waters: multinational corporations and realising human rights in the developing world, with specific reference to Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrican Human Rights Law Journal. Volume 8 #1. p. 79-107.

Periodical articleHemson, David (2007)
See this documentThe burden of care: water, health and gender in the Dolphin Coast concession
Abstract presentUrban Forum. Volume 18 #3. p. 211-225.

Periodical articleOlowu, Dejo (2007)
Environmental governance and the accountability of non-State actors in Africa: a rights-based approach
South African Yearbook of International Law. Volume 32. p. 261-282.

Periodical articleAlden, Chris and Davies, Martyn (2006)
See this documentA profile of the operations of Chinese multinationals in Africa
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of International Affairs. Volume 13 #1. p. 83-96.

BookBritwum, Akua and Enu-Kwesi, Francis and Akorsu, Angela (2006)
See this documentFNV company report: Heineken Guiness Ghana Breweries Limited (GGBL)
Cape Coast: Centre for Development Studies (CDS). #2006. 48p.

Periodical articleEdu, O.K. (2006)
An evaluation of production sharing contracts and service contracts laws in the petroleum industry in Nigeria
Abstract presentLesotho Law Journal: A Journal of Law and Development. Volume 16 #2. p. 293-327.

Periodical articleMiller, Darlene (2006)
'Spaces of Resistance': African Workers at Shoprite in Maputo and Lusaka
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 31 #1. p. 27-49.

Periodical articleAguirre, Daniel (2005)
Corporate Social Responsibility and Human Rights Law in Africa
African Human Rights Law Journal. Volume 5 #2. p. 239-265.

Periodical articleAniekwu, N.I. (2005)
Human rights and environmental issues relating to oil production in the Niger-Delta
Abstract presentLesotho Law Journal: A Journal of Law and Development. Volume 15 #2. p. 207-223.

Periodical articleFolarin, Sheriff (2005)
International pressures on Nigeria's economy: an evalutation of activities of MNCs
The Nigerian Journal of Economic History. #7-8. p. 154-163.

Periodical articleKeenan, Jeremy H. (2005)
See this documentChad-Cameroon oil pipeline: World Bank & ExxonMobil in 'Last Chance Saloon'
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 32 #104-105. p. 395-405.

Periodical articleMiller, Darlene (2005)
See this documentNew Regional Imaginaries in Post-Apartheid Southern Africa: Retail Workers at a Shopping Mall in Zambia
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 31 #1. March. p. 117-145.

Periodical articleMiller, Darlene (2005)
Regional solidarity and a new regional mo[ve]ment in post-apartheid Southern Africa: retail workers in Mozambique and Zambia
Labour, Capital and Society. Volume 38 #1-2. p. 94-125.

Periodical articleNoah, Attah N. (2005)
A critical analysis of industrialization in Nigeria: UAC and Nestle Foods
The Nigerian Journal of Economic History. #7-8. p. 95-108.

BookRowell, Andrew and Marriott, James and Stockman, Lorne (2005)
The next Gulf: London, Washington and oil conflict in Nigeria
London: Constable. 306p.

Periodical articleAla, Jacqui (2004)
See this documentSouthern African Multinational Corporations Confront the Challenges of HIV/AIDS
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of International Affairs. Volume 11 #2. p. 143-153.

Periodical articleBikoumou, Bienvenu (2004)
L'exténuation en sourdine de la souveraineté étatique: un diagnostic des contrats d'État du Congo
Abstract presentPenant: revue de droit des pays d'Afrique. Volume 114 #847. p. 170-187.

Periodical articleFrynas, Jedrzej G. (2004)
See this documentSocial and Environmental Litigation Against Transnational Firms in Africa
Abstract presentJournal of Modern African Studies. Volume 42 #3. September. p. 363-388.

Periodical articleMiller, Darlene (2004)
See this documentSouth African Multinational Corporations, NEPAD and Competing Regional Claims on Post-Apartheid Southern Africa
Abstract presentAfrican Sociological Review. Volume 8 #1. p. 176-202.

Periodical articleOkwandu, Gabriel A. and Obitusin, Olajide G. (2004)
Correlates of employee compensation and job attitudes in selected multinational corporations in Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrican Administrative Studies. #62. p. 49-63.

Periodical articleZalik, Anna (2004)
Keeping the peace in the Niger Delta: from 'petro violence' to 'partnership development'
Abstract presentNigerian Journal of International Affairs. Volume 30 #1. p. 68-105.

BookShindondola, Hilma and Jauch, Herbert (2003)
See this documentRamatex: on the other side of the fence
Katutura, Windhoek: Labour Resource and Research Institute. 42p.

Periodical articleEkerete, Paulinus P. (2001)
See this documentThe Effect of Culture on Marketing Strategies of Multinational Firms: A Survey of Selected Multinational Corporations in Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrican Study Monographs. Volume 22 #2. July. p. 93-101.

Periodical articleEl-Garf, Mona Toema (2001)
The role of multi-national corporations in technology transfer: determinants and policies, with an application to the case of Egypt
L'Égypte contemporaine. Volume 92 #463-464. p. 51-109.

Periodical articleFrynas, Jedrzej G. and Beck, Matthias P. and Mellahi, Kamel (2000)
See this documentMaintaining Corporate Dominance After Decolonization: The 'First Mover Advantage' of Shell-BP in Nigeria
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 27 #85. September. p. 407-425.

BookMartin, William G. (ed.) (2000)
See this documentUS, corporate America, and Africa
East Lansing: Association of Concerned Africa Scholars. #59. 32p.

DVD / videoReinders, Albert (ed.) (200*)
Health Insurance Fund
Abstract presentAmsterdam: Health Insurance Fund.

Periodical articleAchime, Nwabueze H. (1998)
Investment policies of multinational pharmaceutical manufacturing firms in Nigeria
Abstract presentThe Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies. Volume 40 #1. p. 51-65.

Periodical articleAgbodike, C.C. (1998)
Foreign investments and the Nigerian economy: the role of multinational corporations
Abstract presentThe Nigerian Journal of Economic History. #1. p. 162-182.

Periodical articleOmoweh, Daniel A. (1998)
Shell and Land Crisis in Rural Nigeria: A Case Study of the Isoko Oil Areas
Abstract presentScandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives and Area Studies. Volume 17 #2-3. June-September. p. 17-60.

Periodical articleNwosu, Nereus I. (1997)
Multinational corporations and the economy of Third World States
Abstract presentScandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives and Area Studies. Volume 16 #2. p. 107-113.

Periodical articleCayford, Steven (1996)
See this documentThe Ogoni Uprising: Oil, Human Rights, and a Democratic Alternative in Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 43 #2. April-June. p. 183-197.

Periodical articleOlukoshi, Adebayo and Mustapha, Abdul Raufu and Soyinka, Wole (1995)
See this documentKen Saro-Wiwa
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 22 #66. p. 471-480.

Periodical articleHentz, James J. (1994)
Multinational Corporations at the Interstices of Domestic and International Politics and the Case of the H.J. Heinz Company in Zambia and Zimbabwe
Abstract presentJournal of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics. Volume 32 #2. p. 200-229.

Periodical articleSwindell, Kenneth (1994)
The Commercial Development of the North: Company and Government Relations, 1900-1906
Abstract presentPaideuma. Volume 40. p. 149-162.

Periodical articleAlade, J.A. (1991)
The role of multinational corporations in economic development: the Nigerian experience
Abstract presentQuarterly Journal of Administration. Volume 25 #3-4. p. 291-306.

Periodical articleApata, Z.O. (1991)
See this documentIlorin-Lagos Relations in the Nineteenth Century: A Study of British Imperial Struggle in Yorubaland
Abstract presentTransafrican Journal of History. Volume 20. p. 145-160.

Periodical articleOhiare, J.A. (1990)
The Royal Niger Company: the impact of European activities on the communities of the Lower Benue, 1884-1897
Abstract presentSavanna: A Journal of the Environmental and Social Sciences. Volume 11 #2. p. 84-90.

Periodical articleOkafor, F.O.E. (1990)
The mining multinationals and the Zambian economy
Abstract presentThe African Review: A Journal of African Politics, Development and International Affairs. Volume 17 #1-2. p. 66-79.

Periodical articleTignor, R.L. (1990)
See this documentIn the grip of politics: the Ford Motor Company of Egypt, 1945-1960
Abstract presentMiddle East Journal. Volume 44 #3. p. 383-398.

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