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Extractive industries : the management of resources as a driver of sustainable development

Author: Tony Addison; Alan Roe, (Professor)
Publisher: Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018. ©2018
Series: Studies in development economics.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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This volume is about the challenges and opportunities facing developing countries in using their extractive industries to achieve inclusive and sustainable development. It recognises explicitly the greatly increased importance of mining, oil and gas in many lower income countries.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tony Addison; Alan Roe, (Professor)
ISBN: 9780198817369 0198817363
OCLC Number: 1024115155
Notes: "A study prepared by the United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research (UNU-WIDER)".
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Description: xxxii, 733 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: pt. I Overview --
1. Extractives for Development: Introduction and Ten Main Messages / Alan Roe --
pt. II Minerals and Oil and Gas in the Global Context --
2. Dependence on Extractive Industries in Lower-income Countries: The Statistical Tendencies / Samantha Dodd --
3. Mining's Contribution to Low- and Middle-income Economies / OIof Lof --
4. Role of Oil and Gas in the Economic Development of the Global Economy / Paul Stevens --
pt. III Academic Literature and the Resources Curse --
5. Curse of the One-size-fits-all Fix: Re-evaluating What We Know about Extractives and Economic Development / Paul Stevens --
6. Political Economy and Governance / Evelyn Dietsche --
7. New Industrial Policy and the Extractive Industries / Evelyn Dietsche --
pt. IV Policy Challenges in the Macro-management of Extractives --
8. Macroeconomic Management of Natural Resources / Alan Roe --
9. Extractive Revenues and Government Spending: Short- versus Long-term Considerations / Anthony J. Venables --
10. Copper Sector, Fiscal Rules, and Stabilization Funds in Chile: Scope and Limits / Diego Calderon Guajardo --
11. Oil Discovery and Macroeconomic Management: The Recent Ghanaian Experience / Hdvard Holland --
pt. V National Institutions of Extractives Management --
12. Regulation of Extractives: An Overview / Alan Roe --
13. Regulatory Structures and Challenges to Developmental Extractives: Some Practical Observations from Ghana / Toni Aubynn --
14. Taxation of Extractive Industries: Mining / James M. Otto --
15. Doubling Down: National Oil Companies as Instruments of Risk and Reward / Patrick R. P. Heller --
16. Protecting the Environment during and after Resource Extraction / Ruth Greenspan Bell --
17. Enhancing Sustainable Development from Oil, Gas, and Mining: From an `All of Government' Approach to Partnerships for Development / Kathryn McPhail --
pt. VI International Regulatory Concerns and Structures --
18. Towards Contribution Analysis / R. Anthony Hodge --
19. Role of Governance and International Norms in Managing Natural Resources / James Cust --
20. Oil and Gas Companies and the Management of Social and Environmental Impacts and Issues: The Evolution of the Industry's Approach / Kathryn Tomlinson --
21. Role of Gender in the Extractive Industries / Catherine Macdonald --
22. Climate Change and the Extractives Sector / Tony Addison --
pt. VII Leveraging the Direct Impacts of Extractives into Sustainable Development --
23. Framework: The Channels for Indirect Impacts / Jeffery Round --
24. Local Content, Supply Chains, and Shared Infrastructure / Olle Ostensson --
25. Downstream Activities: The Possibilities and the Realities / Anton Lof --
26. Choices for Spending Government Revenue: New African Oil, Gas, and Mining Economies / Maja Jakobsen --
27. Donor-supported Approaches to Improving Extractives Governance: Lessons from Nigeria / Nicholas Travis --
pt. VIII Capturing Economic and Social Benefits at Community Level --
28. Role of Participation in Sustainable Community Development Programmes in the Extractive Industries / Catherine Macdonald --
29. Approaches to Supporting Local and Community Development: The View from Zambia / Angel Mondoloka --
30. Approaches to Supporting Local and Community Development: Brazil and the Vale SA Model of Corporate Interaction / Isabel Ache Pillar --
31. Capturing Economic and Social Benefits at the Community Level: Opportunities and Obstacles for Civil Society / Keith Slack --
32. How Do We Legislate for Improved Community Development? / James M. Otto --
33. Conclusions / Alan Roe.
Series Title: Studies in development economics.
Responsibility: edited by Tony Addison and Alan Roe.

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