on institutional reforms in the mining sector

articles on institutional reforms in the mining sector

2020-5-27  Avantis RegTech - Reforms in the Mining Sector. Jul 28, 2021 Ministry of Mines on July 26, 2021 has issued reforms for the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Amendment Act, 2021 which was notified on March 28, 2021, for giving a boost to mineral production, improving ease of doing business in the country, and increasing contribution of mineral production to Gross Domestic ...

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Institutional and Structural Reforms for a Stronger and ...

2020-7-31  While growth of the mining sector has fueled very rapid GDP growth, it has exposed the economy to the volatility of global commodity demand and prices with procyclical macroeconomic policies intensifying rather – dampening boom and bust cycles. Moreover, capital intensive mining activity offers limited opportunities for substantial jobs growth.

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Political Economy of the Mining Sector in Ghana

With a focus on the institutional set-up and the political environment as central to understanding and rectifying the poor impact of mining on Ghana’s economic development, this paper highlights the vulnerabilities in mining sector governance along the industry value chain. The authors explain why it

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MINERALS COUNCIL URGES ACCELERATED

2021-8-25  the sector in the new normal. “Logistics remains one of the main constraints for the South African economy, and it is one of the main infrastructural reforms government has committed to undertaking.” The average monthly export performance of the mining sector in the first six months of 2021 has not returned to 2019 pre-Covid levels.

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Africa Review Report on Mining - United Nations

2012-9-11  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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Tools for Institutional, Political, and Social Analysis

2016-7-17  2.1 Political Economy of Reform: Mining Sector Restructuring in Romania13 2.2 Ten Elements of Good PSIA16 2.3 Considering the Counterfactual in the Albania Water Sector Reform PSIA18 2.4 Six Transmission Channels for PSIA18 2.5 Policy Reforms Involving Changes in Authority21 3.1 Country Social Analysis of the Republic of Yemen35

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Oil, Gas, and Mining - World Bank

2021-4-23  5.1 Institutional Structure: The Ministry and the Regulatory Agency 118 5.2 Mining Participation 124 5.3 NRC Success Stories 125 5.4 Petroleum Technical Assistance to South Sudan 128 5.5 Petroleum Reform in Colombia 129 5.6 Petroleum Sector Reform in Brazil 130 5.7 Mining Sector Reforms 131 5.8 Unitization in Maritime Waters 136

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Artisanal Mining in Ghana: Institutional Arrangements ...

Aryee, B.N.A. (2012) ‘Contribution of the minerals and mining sector to national development: Ghana’s experiment’, GREAT Insights, 1(5), July. Google Scholar Ayee, J.A. (2008) The Evolution and Development of the New Patriotic Party in Ghana , SAIIA Occasional Paper no. 19 (Johannesburg: University of the Witwatersrand).

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Institutional Strengthening Framework: A Guidance Note

2014-9-11  Institutional Building as Key to National Development 4 The Dili Consensus was adopted by the g7+ countries on 28 February 2013, as part of an international conference on the post-2015 development agenda for fragile and conflict-affected countries, hosted by the Government of Timor-Leste on 27–28 February 2013.

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Sovereign Rights to Natural Resources as a Basis for ...

2020-9-11  The reforms affect the legal and institutional framework governing the mining industry, and have resulted in Tanzania being placed at the top of the resource nationalism index in the first quarter of 2019. In doing so, the country has predominantly relied on the principle of permanent sovereignty over natural resources emphasizing the primacy ...

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articles on institutional reforms in the mining sector

2020-5-27  Avantis RegTech - Reforms in the Mining Sector. Jul 28, 2021 Ministry of Mines on July 26, 2021 has issued reforms for the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Amendment Act, 2021 which was notified on March 28, 2021, for giving a boost to mineral production, improving ease of doing business in the country, and increasing contribution of mineral production to Gross Domestic ...

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Implementation of institutional and structural reforms ...

2021-8-26  Implementation of institutional and structural reforms taking too long. The Minerals Council South Africa notes the StatsSA report of record unemployment of 34.4% announced yesterday and urges government to accelerate the implementation of institutional and structural reforms to improve competitiveness, grow investment and raise the inclusive ...

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The World Bank’s Evolutionary Approach to Mining

2016-7-15  Suggested Reading Related to Mining Sector Reform 35 Boxes, Figures, and Tables. Box 1: Argentina Mining Sector Reform and Investment, Production and Employment 13 Box 2: Extractive Industries Review (EIR) – Implementing Reforms, Achieving Sustainability 15 Box 3: Papua New Guinea Mining Sector Reform and Institutional Capacity for Monitoring ...

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Africa Review Report on Mining - United Nations

2012-9-11  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.

Read More
Tools for Institutional, Political, and Social Analysis

2016-7-17  2.1 Political Economy of Reform: Mining Sector Restructuring in Romania13 2.2 Ten Elements of Good PSIA16 2.3 Considering the Counterfactual in the Albania Water Sector Reform PSIA18 2.4 Six Transmission Channels for PSIA18 2.5 Policy Reforms Involving Changes in Authority21 3.1 Country Social Analysis of the Republic of Yemen35

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Oil, Gas, and Mining - World Bank

2021-4-23  5.1 Institutional Structure: The Ministry and the Regulatory Agency 118 5.2 Mining Participation 124 5.3 NRC Success Stories 125 5.4 Petroleum Technical Assistance to South Sudan 128 5.5 Petroleum Reform in Colombia 129 5.6 Petroleum Sector Reform in Brazil 130 5.7 Mining Sector Reforms 131 5.8 Unitization in Maritime Waters 136

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Problematising the relationship between Mining ...

2021-8-25  Ximena Sierra-Camargo In Colombia in the 1990s, a mining boom led to a significant increase in the extractive industries, including large-scale gold mining. This boom was provoked by legal and institutional reform of the framework of the Colombian constitutional State, and following the guidelines of transnational actors like the World Bank, who sought to standardise mining regulation

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From curse to blessing? institutional reform and resource ...

Is it possible to reverse the resource curse through institutional reform? Evidence suggests that there is a negative relationship between abundance of natural resources and economic growth ...

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Institutional Strengthening Framework: A Guidance Note

2014-9-11  Institutional Building as Key to National Development 4 The Dili Consensus was adopted by the g7+ countries on 28 February 2013, as part of an international conference on the post-2015 development agenda for fragile and conflict-affected countries, hosted by the Government of Timor-Leste on 27–28 February 2013.

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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

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Implementation of institutional and structural reforms ...

2021-8-26  Implementation of institutional and structural reforms taking too long. The Minerals Council South Africa notes the StatsSA report of record unemployment of 34.4% announced yesterday and urges government to accelerate the implementation of institutional and structural reforms to improve competitiveness, grow investment and raise the inclusive ...

Read More
The World Bank’s Evolutionary Approach to Mining

2016-7-15  Suggested Reading Related to Mining Sector Reform 35 Boxes, Figures, and Tables. Box 1: Argentina Mining Sector Reform and Investment, Production and Employment 13 Box 2: Extractive Industries Review (EIR) – Implementing Reforms, Achieving Sustainability 15 Box 3: Papua New Guinea Mining Sector Reform and Institutional Capacity for Monitoring ...

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Oil, Gas, and Mining - World Bank

2021-4-23  5.1 Institutional Structure: The Ministry and the Regulatory Agency 118 5.2 Mining Participation 124 5.3 NRC Success Stories 125 5.4 Petroleum Technical Assistance to South Sudan 128 5.5 Petroleum Reform in Colombia 129 5.6 Petroleum Sector Reform in Brazil 130 5.7 Mining Sector Reforms 131 5.8 Unitization in Maritime Waters 136

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Artisanal Mining in Ghana: Institutional Arrangements ...

Aryee, B.N.A. (2012) ‘Contribution of the minerals and mining sector to national development: Ghana’s experiment’, GREAT Insights, 1(5), July. Google Scholar Ayee, J.A. (2008) The Evolution and Development of the New Patriotic Party in Ghana , SAIIA Occasional Paper no. 19 (Johannesburg: University of the Witwatersrand).

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From curse to blessing? institutional reform and resource ...

Is it possible to reverse the resource curse through institutional reform? Evidence suggests that there is a negative relationship between abundance of natural resources and economic growth ...

Read More
(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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Extractive Industries Overview: Development news,

2021-8-13  The extractive industries sector plays a strong economic role in 63 countries, many of which face challenges such as resource dependency and weak governance. The World Bank helps developing countries manage oil, gas, and mining in a way that contributes to sustainable growth and development, protects communities and reduces carbon emissions.

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Minerals Policy 6 Draft Final - Gov

2006-2-28  To achieve a sustained contribution of the mining sector to the economy, the Government has created a conducive and enabling legislative, fiscal and institutional environment to attract private sector driven exploration and in which mining companies can thrive. The Ministry of

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Institutional Strengthening Framework: A Guidance Note

2014-9-11  Institutional Building as Key to National Development 4 The Dili Consensus was adopted by the g7+ countries on 28 February 2013, as part of an international conference on the post-2015 development agenda for fragile and conflict-affected countries, hosted by the Government of Timor-Leste on 27–28 February 2013.

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Liberia Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative

2021-11-15  Since 2010 Liberia has made significant progress in reviving the mining sector, which before 1990 had contributed more than 65% of the country’s export earnings and represented about 25% of the country’s GDP.. According to the 2017 - 2018 LEITI Report, i ron ore was the main commodity produced in 2017/18, with a production volume of about 3.8 million Mt with the most prodcution

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