Compaoré, W. R. Nadège

New Approaches to the Governance of Natural Resources

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Table of contents

Part I. Introduction: Theoretical Approaches and Policy Implications

1. ‘New’ Approaches to the Governance of Africa’s Natural Resources
J. Andrew Grant, W. R. Nadège Compaoré, Matthew I. Mitchell, Mats Ingulstad

2. Interrogating the ‘Good’ in ‘Good Governance’: Rethinking Natural Resource Governance Theory and Practice in Africa
Mari-Lise du Preez

Part II. Governance Challenges in Africa’s Oil Sectors

3. The Rise and Fall of Oil-Rentier States in Africa
Douglas A. Yates

4. Access to Information and Transparency Provisions in Petroleum Laws in Africa: A Comparative Analysis
Peter G. Veit, Carole Excell

5. Micro-Level Effects of Oil Resources: Insights from a Survey of Angolan Microcredit Clients
Allan Cain, Ivar Kolstad, Arne Wiig

6. Bridging the Governance Gap in South Sudan: Connecting Policy-Makers to Populations in Africa’s Newest Oil-Producing Country
Conrad Winn, Melissa Jennings, Matthew I. Mitchell

Part III. Governance Challenges in Africa’s Non-Petroleum Natural Resource Sectors

7. Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships in Mining: From Engagement to Development in Ghana
Hevina S. Dashwood, Bill Buenar Puplampu

8. Network Governance and the African Timber Organization: Prospects for Regional Forestry Governance in Africa
J. Andrew Grant, Dianne Balraj, Jeremy Davison, Georgia Mavropoulos-Vagelis

9. Refocusing Governance from the ‘Bottom-Up’: Understanding the Gendered Dynamics of Land Deals for Biofuel Development in Kenya and Tanzania
Andrea Collins

10. Casting the Net Widely: Effective Governance and the Contribution of Fisheries to the Development of African Countries
Ussif Rashid Sumaila, Dawit Tesfamichael

11. Hydropolitics and Transboundary River Basin Management Nuances in the Southern African Development Community
Anthony Turton

Part IV. Concluding Remarks: New Challenges and Opportunities

12. Global and Local Challenges and Opportunities: Reflections on China and the Governance of African Natural Resources
Christopher Alden, Ana Cristina Alves

13. Prospects and Trends in the Governance of Africa’s Natural Resources: Reflections on the Role of External and Internal Actors
J. Andrew Grant, W. R. Nadège Compaoré, Matthew I. Mitchell, Timothy M. Shaw

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, African Politics, Political Economy, Environmental Politics, International Relations, Development Economics, Environmental Management

Publication year
International Political Economy Series
Page amount
320 pages
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