sharing in governance of extractive industries
Time: June 24, 2013 to June 25, 2013
Location: Natural History Museum
Event Type: seminar, (paid, event)
Organized By: Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy, University of Dundee & Raw Materials Group
Latest Activity: May 27, 2013
Emerging debates and policy instruments are pointing at a role for mining as a catalyst for potential economic diversification.
This basically entails envisioning the mining sector in the context of broader development policy and building cross-sector linkages at potentially several levels - national, sub-national, local.
There is as yet fragmented understanding both in terms of conceptualisation and of experiences in the sector on the question of how cross-sectoral linkages supporting economic diversification have been and could be built.
The CEPMLP Mining Seminar will explore emerging experiences and share the lessons that already exist. The seminar, now in its XIVth year, provides a level playing field for the discussion of current concerns affecting the mining industry. In keeping with the university setting, it brings together a select group of people with high level experience from industry, governments, academia and NGOs.
This years discussion will be based on working papers delivered by speakers, which upon peer review will be published in the Mineral Economics journal.
The preliminary seminar programme including details for registration is available from http://www.dundee-reunited.com/document.doc?id=569
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