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Leila Kazemi
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  • Brooklyn, NY
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Nov 30, 2016
Leila Kazemi favorited Mauricio O. Rios's blog post Preventing Conflict in Resource-Rich Countries? Start with the Value Chain!
Sep 27, 2016
Leila Kazemi favorited Dana Wilkins's blog post Supreme Audit Institutions: The Guardians of Resource Governance
Sep 27, 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
Leila Kazemi and Alex Tilley are now friends
May 6, 2016
Luke Balleny favorited Leila Kazemi's blog post Good governance after the boom: a snapshot of company attitudes and behaviors
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OpenOil UG is a Berlin-based consultancy working on transparency, governance and more progressive outcomes of extractive industries. We publish guides to  EI in English, French, Arabic & Spanish, and consult to public and private sector partners on three continents.See More
Mar 22, 2016
Susie Wood favorited Leila Kazemi's blog post Good governance after the boom: a snapshot of company attitudes and behaviors
Mar 22, 2016
Juan Herrera favorited Leila Kazemi's blog post Good governance after the boom: a snapshot of company attitudes and behaviors
Mar 21, 2016
Sofi Halling commented on Leila Kazemi's blog post 'Good governance after the boom: a snapshot of company attitudes and behaviors'
"Leila, thanks for posting. Worrying and interesting findings. And food for thought when giving policy-advice for this sector in the current environment...."
Mar 18, 2016
Sofi Halling favorited Leila Kazemi's blog post Good governance after the boom: a snapshot of company attitudes and behaviors
Mar 18, 2016
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Good governance after the boom: a snapshot of company attitudes and behaviors

For the last few years the main story around the extractive industries (EI) has been widespread and often deep price declines.  For almost as long, industry observers and practitioners have been trying to figure out what these changed market conditions mean.  As part of its efforts on this front, the World Bank decided to look at the private sector and its impact on EI governance.In early consideration of the impacts of commodity price adjustments on governance, the World Bank reached out to a…See More
Mar 17, 2016
Leila Kazemi is now a member of GOXI
Mar 16, 2016

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Organisation (if non, specify N/A)
Independent
Type of Organisation
Individual
Job Title
Extractive Industries Governance Consultant
About My Work
For over a decade I have worked as a consultant, providing research, analysis and policy advice to clients such as the World Bank, Kofi Annan Foundation, Ford Foundation, Social Science Research Council, Revenue Watch Institute/Natural Resource Governance Institute, Foundation for the UN Global Compact, Islands First, and the Carbon War Room.
Areas of interest
csr, governance and anti-corruption, environment, social accountability, human rights, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection, redistribution and sustainable development
Intererested in job/consulting opportunities
yes

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Good governance after the boom: a snapshot of company attitudes and behaviors

Posted on March 17, 2016 at 3:30 1 Comment

For the last few years the main story around the extractive industries (EI) has been widespread and often deep price declines.  For almost as long, industry observers and practitioners have been trying to figure out what these changed market conditions mean.  As part of its efforts on this front, the World Bank decided to look at the private sector and its impact on EI governance.

In early consideration of the impacts of commodity price adjustments on governance, the World…

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