Lynda Hubert Ta and Bonnie Campbell
LYNDA HUBERT TA is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Law, Civil Law Section, of University of Ottawa where she teaches business law, environmental law and corporate social responsibility. Her research focuses on issues at the interface between environmental protection and economic development. She is interested in the complex questions raised by voluntary initiatives deployed by companies as part of their CSR strategies with a view to ensuring social and environmental acceptability of their activities. | BONNIE CAMPBELL is Professor Emeritus, Department of Political Science, University of Quebec in Montreal where she taught political economy. She has written extensively on international development, governance and mining and is the author of many journal articles, and author or editor of fifteen volumes including, Regulating Mining in Africa: For whose Benefit? (2004); Modes of Governance and Revenue Flows in African Mining
(2013); and La responsabilité sociale des entreprises dans le secteur minier : Réponse ou obstacle aux enjeux de légitimité et de développement en Afrique ? (2016).