Regulating mining in africa for whose benefit edited by bonnie campbell groupe de recherche sur les activits minires en afrique grama faculty of political science and law universit du qubec montral uqm bonnie campbell pascale hatcher ariane lafortune and bruno sarrasin with the collaboration of thomas akabzaa department of geology university of ghana legon and paula . Regulating mining in africa for whose benefit by bonnie k campbell thomas m akabzaa and paula butler abstract one of the main hypotheses underlying much of the discussion about extractive industries and a central recommendation in the report of the world bank groups extractive industries review is that the quality of a countrys governance is a key determinant of the development . At best the answer to this question appears to be uncertain leading to the further question regulating mining for whose benefit the book also includes the contributions of thomas akabzaa professor of geology at the university of ghana legon and of paula butler doctoral candidate at the ontario institute for studies in education university of toronto. Regulating mining in africa for whose benefit bonnie k campbell home worldcat home about worldcat help search search for library items search for lists search for contacts search for a library create lists bibliographies and reviews or search worldcat find items in libraries near you advanced search find a library covid 19 resources reliable information about the coronavirus . Bonnie campbell is professor of political economy at the department of political science at the university of quebec in montreal where she heads the research chair on governance and aid for development her publications include regulating mining in africa for whose benefit ed 2004
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