Costs of Company-Community Conflict in the Extractive Sector.
Rachel Davis & Daniel Franks (2014)
This research shows that most extractive
companies do not currently identify, understand and aggregate the full range of
costs of conflict with local communities. Although company-community conflict may
generate the same broad effects as those caused by technical problems,
contractual or regulatory disputes, or environmental or safety breakdowns (such
as a reduction in or suspension of operations), it is typically not given
equivalent attention or resources.