sharing in governance of extractive industries

Alexandra Readhead
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Aug 15, 2018
Alexandra Readhead posted a blog post

Storing the Power, Losing the Profit? Allegations of Under-pricing of Lithium in Chile

Co-authored with Jaqueline Terrel. Cross-posted from Bloomberg Tax.Amid allegations of transfer pricing abuse in Chile, the government needs to reinforce its monitoring of the lucrative lithium…See More
Aug 15, 2018
Alexandra Readhead favorited Dominic Eagleton's blog post Finding the Missing Millions: a new handbook for using revenue data from the extractive industries
Aug 15, 2018

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Resource Governance Consultant
About My Work
I am an independent advisor on international taxation and extractive industries. My work focuses on issues of tax avoidance, and other forms of illicit financial flows, by multinational extractive companies in Africa. I have authored and co-authored a range of policy reports and guidelines, including the first reference book for tax practitioners on transfer pricing in mining; and directly advised numerous African tax authorities, Parliamentary Committees, and regional assemblies, on strengthening legal frameworks against abusive transfer pricing in the mining sector.
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oil and natural gas, governance and anti-corruption, investing, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection
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Alexandra Readhead's Blog

Storing the Power, Losing the Profit? Allegations of Under-pricing of Lithium in Chile

Posted on August 15, 2018 at 17:16 0 Comments

Co-authored with Jaqueline Terrel. Cross-posted from Bloomberg Tax.

Amid allegations of transfer pricing abuse in Chile, the government…


Paid Internship - IGF-OECD Project on Mining Tax Incentives

Posted on July 13, 2017 at 8:26 0 Comments

The Intergovernmental Forum on Mining, Minerals, Metals and Sustainable Development (IGF) is seeking a summer intern to work on the issue of harmful tax incentives.

30 days paid work between July 31st and September 8th. Based in London or Oxford.

Strong qualitative and quantitative research skills, and knowledge of international tax and investment incentives required.

Terms of Reference: …


Inflated Expectations about Mineral Export Misinvoicing are Having Real Consequences in Tanzania

Posted on June 26, 2017 at 16:20 3 Comments

Co-authored with Maya Forstater

At the Buzwagi and Bulyanhulu gold mines in Tanzania, and at the Port of Dar Es Salaam, around a thousand containers of copper-gold concentrate (a processed product between rock and refined metal) are…


Is Indonesia’s move to “gross-split” the future of oil and gas production sharing arrangements?

Posted on June 6, 2017 at 16:14 1 Comment

Over the last decade, the Government of Indonesia has become increasingly concerned that petroleum companies operating the country’s oil and gas fields have been inflating costs through overspending. In 2016, a report by the Supreme Audit Agency (BPK), revealed that several petroleum companies (“contractors”) had …


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At 8:12 on March 17, 2015, Peter Godwin said…

Hi Alexandra,

Welcome to GOXI!

It looks like an interesting masters that you are doing.





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