Discussion paper 26 regulating mining in africa for whose benefit edited by bonnie campbell groupe de recherche sur les activites minieres en afrique grama faculty of political science and law universite du quebec a montreal uqam bonnie campbell pascale hatcher ariane lafortune and bruno sarrasin with the collaboration of thomas akabzaa department of geology university of ghana . Regulating mining in africa for whose benefit nai discussion papers by bonnie campbell bruno sarrasin pascale hatcher ariane lafortune paperback details isbn 978 91 7106 527 8 isbn 10 91 7106 527 x nordic africa institute 2004 2004. Regulating mining in africa for whose benefit nai discussion papers paperback december 1 2004 by bonnie campbell editor bruno sarrasin editor pascale hatcher editor ariane lafortune editor 1 more see all formats and editions hide other formats and editions. Section 1 of this collective volume summarizes the process of liberalization of the african mining sector in the 1980s from a developmental perspective section 2 examines the creation of a new regulatory framework in the 1990s for mining in africa in section 3 case studies illustrate how this process has given rise to specific mining codes and environmental regulations in different african . Regulating mining in africa for whose benefit by bonnie k campbell thomas m akabzaa and paula butler abstract one of the main hypotheses underlying much of the discussion about extractive industries and a central recommendation in the report of the world bank groups extractive industries review is that the quality of a countrys governance is a key determinant of the development
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