sharing in governance of extractive industries

Thomas Measham
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Thomas Measham favorited Per Stromberg's blog post Positive or negative effects on agriculture, fisheries, forestry?
Oct 19, 2017
Thomas Measham commented on Per Stromberg's blog post 'Positive or negative effects on agriculture, fisheries, forestry?'
"Hi Per That's a good question and there are lots of studies out there but all looking at different aspects and related to different commodities. So there is a need for more synthesis type papers. There are a few synthesise around on…"
Oct 17, 2017
Thomas Measham is now a member of GOXI
Feb 11, 2016

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Team Leader: Resources and Communities
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Tom Measham leads a team of economists and geographers focused on regional and community sustainability at CSIRO Land and Water (Australia). His research focuses on how regional communities are affected by and engage with the social and economic challenges and opportunities which face them, including the development of mining and energy sectors. He holds a PhD from Australian National University where he continues to serve as an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Fenner School of Environment and Society. He also holds a Masters Degree in Environmental Science from James Cook University and a Bachelors Degree in social history from Sydney University.
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oil and natural gas, csr, governance and anti-corruption, social accountability, redistribution and sustainable development
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First impressions count: initial terms of engagement and their role in Social Licence

Posted on November 7, 2017 at 2:36 0 Comments

Pre-conditions for social licence include confidence in governance, procedural fairness, amd trust in companies.

A new paper by GOXI members Tom Measham and Kieren Moffat, led by Airong Zhang has looked at how the terms of engagement set out in an initial letter to residents influences their disposition towards a proposed development. Based on a quasi-experimental design employing a case study of a hypothetical mine, the research measured the effects on community…


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