From Controversy to Consensus? Lessons Learned from Government and Company Consultations with Indigenous Organizations in Peru and Bolivia
In light of the urgent need to reduce conflict around extractive industry and other large-scale development projects with potentially significant impacts on indigenous peoples and local communities, Oxfam America compiled case studies in this report highlighting lessons learned from three community consultation experiences.
Rents to Riches? focuses on the political economy of the detailed decisions that governments make at each step of the natural resource management (nrm) value chain.
Extractive Industries Revenues Distribution at the Sub‐National Level: The Experience in Seven Resource‐Rich Countries
This paper presents a comparative analysis of the legislation that regulates the distribution of revenues from Extractive Industries (EI) across levels of government in seven resource‐rich countries. The sample of countries includes low‐income and middle‐income economies, from three Regions, with varying levels of fiscal dependence on extractive industry revenues.
Natural Disasters and Remittances Exploring the Linkages between Poverty, Gender, and Disaster Vulnerability in Caribbean SIDS
This UNU-WIDER report examines the value of remittances and their effects in natural disaster stricken Caribbean countries.
Earnings Inequality within and across Gender, Racial, and Ethnic Groups in Four Latin American Countries
This paper demonstrates that within-group earnings inequality rather than between-group earnings inequality is the main contributor to overall earnings inequality.
This paper is prepared as part of the multi-donor Operationalising Pro-Poor Growth study, which is focusing on aiming to provide advice to governments on how to facilitate the involvement of poor people in the growth process. This looks at the case of Bolivia
Opening Markets Through Strategic Partnerships: An analysis of the Alliance between FIE and Pro Mujer
This USAID document looks at ways to broaden markets in fragile states in order to improve livelihood of the poor.