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“How can revenues from natural resources extraction be more efficiently utilized for local sustainable development?”

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Document Type: Research Article


Affiliations: 1: Fellow, Resource Management in Asia Pacific ProgramThe Australian National UniversityAustralia 2: Extractive Industries Program ManagerOxfam AmericaWashington, DC 3: Doctoral StudentYale School of Forestry and Environmental StudiesNew Haven, Connecticut 4: Environmental Science & Policy Program,Dept. of International Development, Community & Environment,George Perkins Marsh Research InstituteWorcester, Massachusetts 5: Chief ScientistInternational Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)Gland, Switzerland 6: Center for Industry, SME & Business Competition StudiesUniversity of TrisaktiJakarta, Indonesia 7: School of Agricultural and Resource EconomicsUniversity of Western AustraliaCrawley, Australia 8: Centre for Social Responsibility in MiningSustainable Minerals InstituteThe University of QueenslandBrisbane, Australia 9: Federal University of Amazonas — UFAMManaus Amazonas, Brazil 10: African Wildlife FoundationJohannesburg, South Africa 11: Assistant ProfessorEnvironmental Health SciencesCalifornia State University, East BayHayward, California 12: Sustainable Development Researcher & ConsultantUCC — OCIC Partnership ProgrammesAccra, Ghana 13: Researchers at the Centro de Tecnologia Mineral, CETEMRio de Janeiro, Brazil

Publication date: August 1, 2009


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