governing the extractive sector the politics of

Advancing the frontiers of transparency and accountability

Apr 30 2020· Advancing the frontiers of transparency and accountability in the extractives sector from Institute of Development Studies The EITI started out in 2007 by disclosing payments made by companies to governments in the form of license fees taxes and other payments

Inclusive and Extractive Institutions – The Wealth and

Inclusive and Extractive Institutions Critical Junctures Japan and China Acemoglu and Robinson explore the nature of economic growth and failure in Why Nations Fail The Origins of Power Prosperity and Poverty looking at the world through the combined perspectives of an economist and a political

Governing extractive industries Politics histories

Jul 24 2019· Governing extractive industries Politics histories ideas Laura Smith Governing extractive industries Politics histories ideas African Affairs Volume 118 Issue 472 July 2019 The premise of the book is that politics matters to how the extractives sector is governed Although not a new idea the book is ambitious in its task to

Governing the Extractive Sector The Politics of

Governing the Extractive Sector The Politics of Globalisation and Copper Policy in Chile By Jewellord T Nem Singh Abstract Chile exhibits an immense continuity in its copper policy and the sector s reliable output contributes enormously to the tax revenues of the state Copper in Chile is thus an interesting case because it challenges

Buttonwood The question of extractive elites Finance

In an extractive economy such as the Belgian Congo and its successor state Zaire a narrow elite seizes power and uses its control of resources to prevent social change

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Governing the Extractive Sector The Politics of Globalisation and Copper Policy in Chile pdf Available via license CC BY NC ND 4 0 Content may be subject to copyright

Switzerland Adopts Extractive Sector Transparency Law

Jun 19 2020· LONDON The Swiss parliament today adopted a new law requiring Swiss extractive companies to disclose the payments they make to governments around the world The law covers payments made for the right to explore for and extract oil gas and minerals The new law is aligned with rules already in place in Canada the European Union Norway and the United Kingdom Together

The political economy of local content in African extractives

6 Perspectives on local content Much of the academic literature on local content is based on economic logic the point is to ensure that rents from foreign controlled extractive operations stay in the host country4 so as to promote local economic development and

Role of Gender in the Extractive Industries Oxford

Recognizing that women s participation is necessary for the achievement of sustainable development extractives industry companies are increasingly committed to integrating gender equality and women s economic empowerment into aspects of their operations This chapter reviews recent literature on gender and the extractive industries and considers the following questions emerging from the

A Guide to Good Governance in Extractive Industries

The Sourcebook is a guide for good practice and effective management of the sector For the first generation of countries those undertaking resource development for the first time or having limited experience in transactions knowledge of the optimum practices for developing their oil gas and mineral wealth not readily available

State of Beneficial Ownership Disclosure in the Tanzania

Tanzania being one of the EITI implementing states has taken a number of initiatives including undertaking a pilot study in 2017 for beneficial ownership disclosure and formulating and amending a number of laws and regulations that govern the sector to

Human Rights in Tanzania s Extractive Sector

Human Rights in Tanzania s Extractive Sector Exploring the Terrain Executive Summary Institute for Human Rights and Business 7 Executive Summary Tanzania is a relative newcomer to managing large scale extractive sector operations Small scale mining has been going on in the country for over a hundred years and to date

Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act ESTMA

The Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act the Act was enacted on December 16 2014 and brought into force on June 1 2015 The Act delivers on Canada s international commitments to contribute to global efforts to increase transparency and deter corruption in the extractive sector by requiring extractive entities active in Canada to

Extractive Industries Our priorities Transparency org

Lobbying and undue influence can distort policies and laws in favour of vested interests rather than the public good Corporate bribery might lead state authorities not to enforce laws and turn a blind eye to illicit activities in the extractive sector

Why nations fail Extractive economies The Himalayan Times

Extractive political institutions concentrate power in the hands of a narrow elite and place few constraints on the exercise of this power Extractive economies sow the seeds of their own

Experts condemn violation of regulatory laws in Nigeria s

Lack of transparency and accountability and weak enforcement of regulatory laws in the Nigerian extractive industry sector are undermining the sector and the nation s economy experts in the

Governance transformed into Corporate Social

4 Governing the extractive hot zone Historically the governance structure of Canada s extractive hot zones has been dominated by two groups of stakeholders that is governments at all levels and industry Rummens 2009 Over the past two decades tensions have increased between local Aboriginal communities and the Crown because of the

Malawi Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative

Developing the mining sector is a national priority In total the small extractive sector contributed 1 7 to government revenue 0 6 to export and about 0 2 of employment In 2017 the mining sector employed 16 029 people an increase from about 13 140 in 2015

Governing Extractive Industries Anthony Bebbington

Proposals for more effective natural resource governance emphasize the importance of institutions and governance but say less about the political conditions under which institutional change occurs Governing Extractive Industries synthesizes findings regarding the political drivers of institutional change in extractive industry governance

Governing the Extractive Sector The Politics of

Governing the Extractive Sector The Politics of Globalisation and Copper Policy in Chile Jewellord T Nem Singh Chile exhibits an immense continuity in its copper policy and the sector s

The Executive Session on the Politics of Extractive Industries

Why do Politics Matter in Extractive Industries There are now a significant number and diversity of organizations and initiatives focusing on norm advocacy and the identification and promotion of technical best practices related to the governance of EI GEI This work on normative and technical aspects of governance has generated notable accomplishments over the last decade or so

Toronto is the political and corporate wing of global

If we are to put an end to abuses stemming from the mining industry and curtail the worst impacts of environmental change including climate change we must see Toronto for what it is the political and corporate wing of global extractive violence PDAC s function is to promote and support status quo growth across the mining sector

Governing Extractive Industries Carleton University

Governing Extractive Industries Anastasia Ufimtseva 115 izes it within the resource curse debate Subsequently it will exam ine the governance of petroleum extraction which is the country s main resource that generates the largest revenue for the government Lastly the paper outlines strategies for economic diversification be

Extractive Industries Overview World Bank

Apr 16 2020· Natural resources have the potential to drive growth development and poverty reduction in developing countries The extractive industries sector plays a dominant economic social and political role in the lives of 3 5 billion people living in 81 countries 51 of which are now compliant with the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative a global standard for transparency and accountability

Contracts Confidential Ending Secret Deals in the

Revenue Watch is pleased to announce the release of a new report Contracts Confidential Ending Secret Deals in the Extractive Industries that aims to promote a serious conversation among industry governments investors banks and civil society organizations about disclosure and confidentiality in extractive industry contracts

Post Doctoral Researcher on the politics of governing the

Jul 15 2017· Post Doctoral Researcher on the politics of governing the extractive sector at the international level and the interplay with national level politics in producer countries Application Deadline 15 07 2017 00 00 Europe Brussels Contact Details Where to send your application

Corruption The Western Canadian Perspective

Dec 13 2018· Western Canadians perceive federal political parties as the institution most affected by corruption Forty seven percent of the public believes federal political parties face corruption issues followed closely by 55 of extractive sector respondents TI Canada Executive Director James Cohen said The results are troubling

Costs of Company Community Conflict in the Extractive

COSTS OF COMPANY COMMUNITY CONFLICT IN THE EXTRACTIVE SECTOR Institutional Partners and Acknowledgements T his report is the product of research conducted by the Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative CSRI at Harvard Kennedy School and the Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining CSRM at the