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The Art and Science of Benefit Sharing

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Cumulative social impacts
Date submitted:   25/05/2015
Member:   Walquiria Felizardo


The Art and Science of Benefit Sharing in the Natural Resource Sector, IFC, February 2015.

If developed and managed appropriately, a country’s oil, gas, and mineral resources can make a major contribution to economic development and poverty alleviation. The revenues generated by the production of oil, gas, and minerals can fund government programs and transform natural assets into human, social, and physical capital, helping to drive sustainable development and long-term poverty reduction. The sector encompasses a diverse group of stakeholders who have strong interests in the decision to develop an oil, gas or mineral resource, the timing, and how the development of the asset is managed, including how the costs and benefits of natural resource development1 are shared.

IFC_Art and Science of Benefits Sharing_Final_1.pdf

 

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