sharing in governance of extractive industries
ELLED CoP Webinar: Modelling Local Content Impacts - Oil and Gas in Ghana, and Mining in Zambia
Please find the webinar recording here. The video must be downloaded to view more than the first 10 minutes.
In their attempts to maximize the economic benefits of extractive industry activity, host country governments and companies often work to model the impacts in terms of variables including employment creation and revenue retained in country. In addition to informing the public on the impacts of sector activity, modelling potential economic impacts can help inform government policy and multi-stakeholder programming that attempts to increase benefits including local hiring, procurement and increased tax revenue.
This webinar will present two examples of this kind of modelling:
Questions that will be addressed include:
Presentations will be followed by ample time for Q & A and discussion with the audience.
Following the presentation, a summary will be posted on the ELLED Community of Practice (CoP) and the discussion will continue online. For questions and information on joining the ELLED CoP please email email@example.com (community administrator) and firstname.lastname@example.org (community operations officer). For an overview of the ELLED CoP please see this section of the World Bank’s Extractives Practice website.
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