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articles on institutional reforms in the mining sector Sustainability Free FullText The Regulatory Framework This paper aims to identify the key components of a modern mining regulatory framework and examines the extent to which the Vietnamese context reflects these characteristics.

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Institutional gaps and challenges in ... - ISI Articles

Institutional gaps and challenges in artisanal and small-scale mining in South Africa P.F. Ledwaba⁎, N. Mutemeri1 Centre for Sustainability in Mining and Industry (CSMI), University of the Witwatersrand, Private Bag 3, Johannesburg 2050, South Africa ARTICLE INFO Keywords: Artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) Zama-zama mining Institutional ...

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The role of institutional mining investors in driving ...

Nov 01, 2020  1. Introduction. Institutional investors have a growing interest in knowing a company's degree of transparency in disclosing Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) performance and policies (Eccles et al., 2011).Given the mining industry's association with large-scale environmental damage and social conflict, the sector is ranked as being the most exposed to ESG risks (SP

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Governing the impacts of mining and the impacts of

Oct 01, 2014  1. Introduction. As mining activity intensifies in parts of rural and regional Australia, concerns are growing about the social impacts of mining expansion as they relate to housing and service provision; the capacity of local infrastructure to withstand increased demands; and heightened conflict over land use and resource allocation (Carrington and Pereira, 2011; Connor et al., 2009, Minerals ...

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Politics of institutional reforms in the water and ...

May 19, 2004  This paper develops an approach to assess the political risk associated with implementation of institutional reforms in the water sector, while providing insights into the interrelationship of institutional arrangements, power structure, and policy outcome. The analytical approach consists of a two-tier process to assess the institutional ...

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Fighting for black stone: extractive conflict ...

Jan 11, 2021  Environmental governance reform—especially in the minerals sector—has featured prominently in Sierra Leone's peacebuilding agenda. While reform has en ... the World Bank promoted a vision of a dual mining sector in which a foreign-propelled, ... institutional reform is in general a contentious process. 100 As such, ...

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Mining Weekly - Major legal, regulatory and institutional ...

Jul 14, 2006  Chibamba says the 1995 legislation introduced “international standards and best practices for public supervision and control of the mining sector” but that, for example, the institutional ...

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An assessment of the regulatory legal and institutional ...

Aug 20, 2021  In this article the legal and institutional framework regulating the mining industry in selected jurisdictions in Africa is examined to determine the extent to which they respond to the problems arising from the development of mineral resources, particularly the human rights violations caused by the adverse impacts of mining.

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Fighting for black stone: extractive conflict ...

Jan 11, 2021  Environmental governance reform—especially in the minerals sector—has featured prominently in Sierra Leone's peacebuilding agenda. While reform has en ... the World Bank promoted a vision of a dual mining sector in which a foreign-propelled, ... institutional reform is in general a contentious process. 100 As such, ...

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Africa Review Report on Mining - United Nations

The mining sector reforms of the 1980s and 1990s under the auspices of the World Bank (WB) and International Monetary Fund (IMF) did not help the situation as they were aimed at attracting Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs). The reforms also received criticism for the magnitude of special incentives offered to mining companies.

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Skewed critical minerals global supply chains post COVID ...

The mining sector reforms would help fulfil India’s commitment to a clean and sustainable energy future as well as ensuring availability of other high-tech equipment including solar panels ...

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(DOC) KENYA’S LEGAL FRAMEWORK ON MINING: IT’S

Legal and Policy Reforms in the Mining Sector to achieve Optimum Coal Exploration The coal discoveries in Kenya is poised to impact the mining sector a great deal in that it has not only created an urgent need for legal reforms it also means that there are numerous institutional challenges and policy complications that will require re-alignment ...

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IMPACT OF MINING SECTOR INVESTMENT IN GHANA: A

adjustment, including all policy and institutional reforms implemented in the sector under SAP. 3. A cost-benefit analysis of mining investments, taking the following into consideration: level of foreign direct investment inflows to the sector since the reforms, level of employment, net foreign exchange earned, extent of linkages with

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Politics of institutional reforms in the water and ...

This paper develops an approach to assess the political risk associated with implementation of institutional reforms in the water sector, while providing insights into the interrelationship of institutional arrangements, power structure, and policy outcome.

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Which Reforms Work and under What Institutional ...

Jul 01, 2013  First-pass evidence based on growth breaks analysis and on panel growth regressions suggests that on average, both real and financial sector reforms are positively associated with higher growth. However, on several occasions, botched reforms resulted in growth disasters.

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Institutional Reform - Publications - Faculty Research ...

The case addresses reforms to regulations in Israel’s telecommunications industry initiated and implemented under the leadership of Minister of Communications Moshe Kahlon in 2009-2010. The case highlights the challenges faced by a politician attempting to institute... View Details

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Institutional gaps and challenges in artisanal and small ...

"The multidimensionality of exclusion in the small-scale gold mining sector in Guyana: Institutional reform, landlordism, and mineral uncertainty," World Development, Elsevier, vol. 123(C), pages 1-1. Rejoice Selorm Wireko-Gyebi Michael Osei Asibey Owusu Amponsah Rudith Sylvana King Imoro Braimah Godfred Darko Anne Mette Lykke, 2020.

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Mining reforms in Mali leave the country poorer

Firstly, the reforms imposed a limit in the state’s ownership and control of investment in the mining sector while expanding the role of transnational corporations. Prior to the reforms, the state had almost 100% ownership in mining investment. The new code downsized this to a maximum of 20% in shares of any mining establishment in the country.

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Cabinet approves mining reforms - The Economic Times

Jan 13, 2021  Comprehensive license for exploration and production, clarity in illegal mining, national mineral index and joint auctions of bauxite and coal mines for aluminium sector are some of the other proposals that have been approved by the Cabinet. The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi approved structural reforms in the mining ...

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The multidimensionality of exclusion in the small-scale ...

This article finds that Guyana’s relatively established and egalitarian ASM sector has become the site of various complex exclusionary dynamics. On the one hand, the impacts of increasingly restrictive state-led forms appear to support contentions about how formal mining environments tend towards the exclusion of smaller operators.

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Public–Private Inquiries: Institutional Intermediaries and ...

Apr 15, 2021  Deanna Kemp is a professorial research fellow and director of the Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining at the University of Queensland, Australia. Her research focuses on company–community conflict, displacement and resettlement, and human rights and development. She also examines how the global mining industry is organized, resourced, and incentivized to respond

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Institutional challenges for mining and sustainability in ...

Oct 13, 2009  Results Mining and Sustainability Challenges in Peru. Minerals account for 62% of the exports of Peru, and the mining boom of the country has helped foster sustained economic growth, running at 8% growth (per annum) by 2008 ().Fig. 1 illustrates the effects of this growth on the long-term trend of mining concessions. Since 1990, 89% of all of the area ever claimed for mining has been

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Policy and Institutional Reforms Millennium Challenge ...

Compact Project(s) Major Policy Reform Condition Precedent (CP) Rating Narrative Power Sector Reform Project Funding of Turnaround Facility (TAF) to meet ESCOM’s working capital and investment capital needs by the Government of Malawi in Fiscal Year 2012 prior to Entry into Force (EIF) Met on Time. Government did provide TAF funds prior to EIF; however, []

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Resource Booms and Institutional Pathways: The Case of the ...

en Scholars of mining policies are beginning to understand how the most recent boom in commodity prices (2000–2014) influenced the institutional development of the mining sector in Latin America.

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Skewed critical minerals global supply chains post COVID-19

Jun 10, 2020  The mining sector reforms would help fulfill India’s commitment to a clean and sustainable energy future as well as ensuring availability of

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Institutional reforms and agricultural policy process ...

Jun 24, 2014  A conceptual framework is developed in the next section after a brief review of institutional reform and policy process literature. In section three, we present the methods used. In section four, we apply the framework and methods to study the recent institutional reform processes in the food and agricultural sector of DRC.

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Cabinet approves blueprint for mining sector reforms - The ...

Jan 14, 2021  The Union Cabinet has approved a blueprint for facilitating reforms in the mining sector. This includes amending the Mines and Mineral (Development and Regulation) Act 1957, clarifying doubt on ...

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Botswana: Mining a New Growth Model

Sep 05, 2018  For instance, the public sector can play a significant role in prioritizing public projects that have economy-wide benefits. Such projects include air transportation and internet connectivity. Reforms that encourage higher levels of lending by banks and access to credit will also support growth.

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Change is Coming: Current and Proposed Institutional ...

Change is Coming: Current and Proposed Institutional Reform in Competition Law and The Path Forward. Jul.21.2021. On June 29, 2021, our annual EU Competition Law Conference took place (virtually this year), co-hosted by Crowell Moring and King’s College London.

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Zim’s economy on path to recovery? - The Zimbabwe Independent

Jun 25, 2021  The TSP, however, fell short on institutional reforms, particularly the privatisation of state enterprises, creating new formal jobs, increasing foreign direct investment flows (critical for increased productive capacity of the economy), failure to deal with the foreign debt albatross entailing re-engagement with external creditors for purposes of resolving the external debt overhang including ...

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Institutional Reforms Gide Loyrette Nouel

Institutional Reforms The legal framework in place in each state is paramount to the development of its infrastructure. For over 30 years now, Gide has been a leading counsel to governments on the implementation of general or sector laws fostering the development of public-private partnerships (PPP).

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What Is at Stake for the Mining Sector in the Global ...

Mar 12, 2020  The mining sector is often subject to a higher rate of tax than other business activities because of the existence of location-specific rents and public ownership of the resource, typically between 25% and 35% (International Monetary Fund, 2010).

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CHAPTER 7: POWER SECTOR REFORM AND REGULATION

Power Sector Reform and Regulation in Tanzania – Tanzania Institutional Diagnostic ... Despite over two decades of attempted institutional reforms, the structure of the power ... July, a new law was passed to increase mining taxes, force companies to renegotiate their contracts, and allow the state to own up to 50% of mining firms.

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Mining reforms will increase employment, GDP: Ficci - The ...

Mar 20, 2021  The mining reforms will play a fundamental role in enhancing the sector's contribution to the employment and GDP of the country, contributing immensely to the vision of Aatmanirbhar Bharat, industry body Ficci said. The statement comes a day after the Lok Sabha passed a Bill to amend the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act. The industry body said it has always

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