Corporate Responsibility in Ghana: An Overview of Aspects of the Regulatory Regime

Olivia Anku-Tsede, Eric Worlanyo Deffor

Abstract


This paper examined some aspects of the regulatory regime  affecting corporate social responsibility (CSR) in Ghana. It sought to assess the relationship between law and actions of corporate organisations and its implication for corporate responsibility in Ghana.  The findings suggested that even though CSR is to a large extent influenced by various regulatory regimes in Ghana, its efficiency is often adversely affected by deficiences in the enforcement of the relevant laws. It is thus suggested that the enforcement agencies should be empowered to ensure compliance with th elaws to enable an effective delivery of CSR in Ghana.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5430/bmr.v3n2p31

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Business and Management Research
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