From Curse To Blessing?: Using Natural Resources To Fuel Sustainable Development
June 2009, Wiley-Blackwell
1. Introduction (Irakli Khodeli).
2. Resolving conflicts of interest in state-owned enterprises (Jenik Radon and Julius Thaler).
3. The devil’s excrements as social cement: natural resources and political terror, 1980–2002 (Indra de Soysa and Helga Malmin Binningsbø).
4. Natural resource rent-cycling outcomes in Botswana, Indonesia and Venezuela (Richard M. Auty).
5. Governance strategies to remedy the natural resource curse (Joseph Siegle).
6. Budget transparency and development in resource-dependent countries (Paolo de Renzio, Pamela Gomez and James Sheppard).
7. Before the peak: impacts of oil shortages on the developing world (Ben W. Ebenhack and Daniel M. Martínez).
Part II: A view from the field.
8. Social and economic implications of oil policy development in Nigeria (Alexis Rwabizambuga).
9. The public oversight of oil projects in Azerbaijan, 2004–2007 (Farda Asadov).
10. Energy relations in Russia: administration, politics and security (Andrey Makarychev).
11. Doing business with integrity: the experience of Anglogold Ashanti in the Democratic Republic of Congo (Paul Kapelus, Ralph Hamann and Edward O’Keefe).
Part III: A view from the industry.
12. The IPIECA social responsibility working group and human rights (Jenny Owens).