sharing in governance of extractive industries
Mineral producing countries aspire to climb the value adding ladder. Few, however, have truly succeeded.
How can resource economies move into industrialisation and beyond? Nowhere is the question more puzzling than in Africa.
Renowned economist Carlos Lopes has the answer.
The World Bank advocates the poverty-reducing potential of extractive industries. As we contemplate a future beyond fossil fuels, they are now having to adapt.
Christopher Sheldon leads the extractives work at the World Bank. We sit down to discuss the challenges and opportunities that resource nations face as part of the…Continue
Industrialisation and the Extractives | HIGHGRADE Talks with Olle Östensson
Developing economic linkages is often proposed as the way to break the mining enclave and diversify resource economies. But can they add real value to resource nations?
We have a frank discussion with industry expert Olle Östensson about all types of linkages and the always sensitive question of industrialisation.…Continue
RAW Talks, the acclaimed interview series on natural resources, is reaching for new heights.
Since launching more than two years ago, we've published in-depth interviews with dozens of innovative thinkers and practitioners, sharing their ideas and experience in the field of resource policy and economics.
During this time, we've offered higher quality insights, produced higher volumes of material, and reached higher number of people than ever before.
To reflect this…Continue