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Mineral Rents and the Financing of Social…
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Mineral Rents and the Financing of Social Policy: Opportunities and…

by Katja Hujo

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 023037090X, Hardcover)

An exploration of the implications of mineral-led wealth and the opportunities that this creates for economic and social development. The book includes theoretical and policy analyses as well as micro level country case studies, including Norway, Chile, Indonesia, Nigeria and Botswana.

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