Table of contents for Resource governance and developmental states in the global South : critical international political economy perspectives / edited by Jewellord Nem Singh, Lecturer in Development, University of Sheffield, UK, and France Bourgouin, Advisory Services Manager, BSR, Copenhagen, Denmark.
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Introduction: Resource Governance at a Time of Plenty; Jewellord Nem Singh and France Bourgouin 1. States and Markets in the Context of a Resource Boom: Engaging with Critical IPE ; Jewellord Nem Singh and France Bourgouin 2. Neoliberalism, Mineral Resource Governance and Developmental States: South Africa in Comparative Perspective; Andrew Lawrence 3. Citizenship, Democratization and Resource Politics; Jean Grugel and Jewellord Nem Singh 4. From 'Good Governance' to the Contextual Politics of Extractive Regime Change ; France Bourgouin and Håvard Haarstad 5. The EITI Transparency Standard: Between Global Power Shifts and Local Conditionality; Ana Carolina Gonzalez Espinosa and Asmara Klein 6. 'The Chilean Wage': Mining and the Janus face of the Chilean Development Model; Jonathan R. Barton, Cecilia Campero and Rajiv Maher 7. Sustainable vs. Development? Mining and Natural Resources Governance in Colombia; Olga Lucia Castillo-Ospina 8. Mining Governance in India: Questioning the Neoliberal Agenda; Matilde Adduci 9. Conclusions: Shifting Authority in the Age of the Resource Boom; France Bourgouin, Andrew Lawrence and Jewellord Nem Singh
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Mineral industries -- Developing countries.
Mineral industries -- Government policy -- Developing countries.
Mines and mineral resources -- Developing countries.