The politics of power and natural gas in Tanzania: How political settlement dynamics shapes deals in a ‘new oil’ country
Working paper 149 Download pdf Peter Bofin, Rasmus Hundsbæk Pedersen and Thabit Jacob While research suggests that the rise in global
13 July 2020 In the second in our series of spotlights on Research Associates, we discover more about Farwa Sial
12 June 2020Farwa Sial The global oil industry is experiencing major shocks as the Covid-19 pandemic endures. The challenge to the
Resource nationalism: Enabler or spoiler of pockets of effectiveness in ‘new oil’ Tanzania’s petroleum sector?
Working paper 144 Download pdf Rasmus Pedersen, Thabit Jacob and Peter Bofin A great deal of attention has been paid
Competition, fragmentation and ‘resource factionalism’: The politics of governing oil and gas in Kenya
Working paper 140 Download pdf Matthew Tyce This paper explores how Kenya’s political settlement has shaped the governance of its
Working paper 139 Download pdf Addisu A. Lashitew, Michael L. Ross and Eric Werker The ‘resource curse’ is often understood
10 March 2020 Angelo Izama Recently a government minister, Hon. David Bahati, claimed that money in early
The politics of governing oil after ‘best-practice’ reforms: Can ‘pockets of effectiveness’ survive within Uganda’s political settlement?
Working paper 128 Download pdf Sam Hickey Angelo Izama Uganda is frequently lauded for adopting a rules-based approach to oil
Universidad del Pacífico presenta libro 'Gobernanza de las industrias extractivas: política, historia, ideas'
8 July 2019 For all non-Spanish readers, this blog is about the launch of the Spanish version of the book, Governing
26 June 2019 With the recent publication of two new books, The Politics of Education in Developing Countries and Negotiating
17 April 2019 Professor Anthony Bebbington Having somebody else explain to you what your book is about is both a
17 April 2019 Gobernanza de las industrias extractivas : política, historia, ideas Las ideas para el proyecto de investigación sobre
LIVE STREAMED EVENT – Anthony Bebbington speaks at Oxfam America on Extractive Industries, Inclusion, Rights and Climate
Political Settlements and Extractive Industries: Implications for Inclusion, Rights and Climate When: Thursday, 4 April, 2019 12 - 2pm Where:
12 February 2018 Our Research Director, Professor Sam Hickey, is this week featured on The UN Global Dispatches Podcast. He talks
Working paper 104 Download pdf Ishmael Ayanoore The resurgence in local content reforms in most oil-rich Africa countries is broadly
22 August 2018 This exciting new book is drawn from ESID research on natural resource governance that began in 2012.
17th July 2018 A new open access article by ESID researchers Giles Mohan, Kojo Asante and Abdul Gafaru Abdulai has
2 July 2018 Last week we launched a new book, Governing Extractive Industries, at the DSA Conference and now it's
27 March 2018 ESID Research on the politics of governing Ghana's oil has been published as an article, Party politics and
Working paper 96 Download pdf Tania Masi, Antonio Savoia and Kunal Sen While several studies have focused on the effect
Role Eric Werker is Associate Professor of Strategy and International Business in the Beedie School of Business at Simon Fraser