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Johanna Jagnow
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Nicolas Maennling favorited Johanna Jagnow's blog post Linkages to the Resource Sector. The Role of Companies, Government and International Development Cooperation
Nov 1, 2016
A blog post by Johanna Jagnow was featured

Linkages to the Resource Sector. The Role of Companies, Government and International Development Cooperation

The study has been prepared by the Sector Project Sustainable Economic Development on behalf of BMZ and in cooperation with the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment. The study focuses on the promotion of economic linkages between foreign EI investments and the rest of RRCs’ economies as well as on these linkages’ potential to foster economic diversification, employment creation, and skill enhancement. After a short overview of the types of economic linkages, the study reviews the academic…See More
Oct 28, 2016
Johanna Jagnow posted a blog post

Linkages to the Resource Sector. The Role of Companies, Government and International Development Cooperation

The study has been prepared by the Sector Project Sustainable Economic Development on behalf of BMZ and in cooperation with the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment. The study focuses on the promotion of economic linkages between foreign EI investments and the rest of RRCs’ economies as well as on these linkages’ potential to foster economic diversification, employment creation, and skill enhancement. After a short overview of the types of economic linkages, the study reviews the academic…See More
Oct 28, 2016
Leila Kazemi commented on Johanna Jagnow's blog post 'New Discussion Paper: The Political Economy of Extractive Resources'
"Agree with Johnny West in praise of this paper and this line of work more generally (see also https://www.oxfamamerica.org/explore/research-publications/the-weak-link/)."
Sep 2, 2016
Leila Kazemi favorited Johanna Jagnow's blog post New Discussion Paper: The Political Economy of Extractive Resources
Sep 2, 2016
Jessie Cato favorited Johanna Jagnow's blog post New Discussion Paper: The Political Economy of Extractive Resources
Aug 5, 2016
Johnny West commented on Johanna Jagnow's blog post 'New Discussion Paper: The Political Economy of Extractive Resources'
"This is the single most useful working paper I have found in my seven years of working on governance issues. It has a masterful review of the Resource Curse literature and brings the vital perspective of political economy to our work. There is all…"
Aug 4, 2016
Kim Rahel Schultze favorited Johanna Jagnow's blog post New Discussion Paper: The Political Economy of Extractive Resources
Aug 2, 2016
A blog post by Johanna Jagnow was featured

New Discussion Paper: The Political Economy of Extractive Resources

GIZ’s Sector Project Sustainable Economic Development has published a new discussion paper titled “The Political Economy of Extractive Resources”, which analyses power structures, the web of interests and resulting incentive structures in resource-rich countries. The study applies new theories of political economy and presents case studies.The realistic analysis provides a political economy framework to support the work of development practitioners. It discusses the dynamics likely to be…See More
Aug 1, 2016
Stephen Yeboah favorited Johanna Jagnow's blog post New Discussion Paper: The Political Economy of Extractive Resources
Aug 1, 2016
Johanna Jagnow posted a blog post

New Discussion Paper: The Political Economy of Extractive Resources

GIZ’s Sector Project Sustainable Economic Development has published a new discussion paper titled “The Political Economy of Extractive Resources”, which analyses power structures, the web of interests and resulting incentive structures in resource-rich countries. The study applies new theories of political economy and presents case studies.The realistic analysis provides a political economy framework to support the work of development practitioners. It discusses the dynamics likely to be…See More
Aug 1, 2016
Johanna Jagnow is now a member of GOXI
Dec 10, 2014

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Organisation (if non, specify N/A)
GIZ
Type of Organisation
Government, Donor Agency
Website
http://www.giz.de
Job Title
Advisor
About My Work
I work on technical cooperation approaches that can support resource-rich countries in making their resources work for a sustainable economic development.
Areas of interest
gold, diamonds, oil and natural gas, investing, geology, social accountability, contract and licensing, redistribution and sustainable development

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Linkages to the Resource Sector. The Role of Companies, Government and International Development Cooperation

Posted on October 28, 2016 at 13:30 0 Comments

The study has been prepared by the Sector Project Sustainable Economic Development on behalf of BMZ and in cooperation with the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment. The study focuses on the promotion of economic linkages between foreign EI…

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New Discussion Paper: The Political Economy of Extractive Resources

Posted on August 1, 2016 at 14:30 2 Comments

GIZ’s Sector Project Sustainable Economic Development has published a new discussion paper titled “The Political Economy of Extractive Resources”, which analyses power structures, the web of interests and resulting incentive structures in…

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