Natural Resource Management
In this paper, Anca Maria Cotet and Kevin K. Tsui reveal the cross-country empirical findings on the relationship between Oil and Conflict.
This report from the U.S. Institute of Peace provides a summary of the roundtable discussion on the vulnerability of energy infrastructure in the Niger Delta.
Small Countries and Big Resources: Harnessing Natural Resources for Development in the g7+ Countries
This World Bank paper written by Paul Collier is about how to harness the exploitation of non-renewable natural resources, such as oil and minerals, for sustained economic development.
In this report from Evidence & Lessons from Latin America, researchers explain the innovating ways that countries in Latin America are dealing with conflict fostered by extractive industries.
In this Annual Report from the German Development Institute, researchers re-evaluate conventional approaches to international development in lieu of the changing economic and political landscape around the world.
In a report from the U.N. Secretary General's High Level Panel on Global Sustainability, Tarja Halonen and Jacob Zuma outline their comprehensive recommendations for future sustainable development around the globe.
In this report, Rachel Davis and Daniel Franks draw insights from how companies are responding to mitigate or avoid the occurrence, extent and costs of conflict in the extractive industry.
In this report from the Overseas Development Institute, Claire Melamed looks at the progress on the current Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and draws some lessons on how a new agreement should aim to finish the job started in 2000.