By: Richard M Auty and Raymond F Mikesell
296 pages, Illus
Draws upon case-studies and analysis of nine countries to demonstrate the difficulties currently faced and the policies which will be required in the future in order to take advantage of finite mineral resources to maintain the economic and social conditions for sustaining growth.
Recommended as being of interest to both practitioners and researchers as well as students of the subject for whom it offers succinct theory and case-study material supported by a useful bibliography for further reading. Progress in Development Studies Sustainable Development in Mineral Economies is a useful and wide-ranging analysis of the economic, environmental and social implications of mineral resource wealth and extraction based upon the varied experiences of eight developing countries. Progress in Development Studies Important book ... a good read ... clear and logical ... carefully crafted. Natural Resources Forum
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