articles on institutional reforms in the mining sector

Sustainability Free FullText The Regulatory Framework

This paper aims to identify the key components of a modern mining regulatory framework and examines the extent to which the Vietnamese context reflects these characteristics. Through detailed observation of two research loions in Vietnam—Phuoc Son and Bong Mieu—the paper investigates how national policy operates at a local level.

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Political Economy of the Mining Sector in Ghana: Policy

With a focus on the institutional setup 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.

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Amendments to the Mining Act in Tanzania Lexology

Amendments to the Mining Act in Tanzania The Natural Wealth Act has had a noticeable impact on the mining sector, particularly the producers of minerals and concentrates, as it allows the

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Coal mining in China: policy and environment under market

– The purpose of this paper is to identify the main environmental impacts of coal mining in China, examine the main institutions and reform factors that failed the control of these damages, and discuss what would be necessary to establish a sustainable and environmentally responsible coal mining sector in the context of market and institutional

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Institutional Reforms in the Public Sector: What Did We

Part II: A Case Study of Kyrgyzstan''s Public Sector Institutional Reforms in 1991–2011 Chapter 6 Kyrgyzstan''s Governance Institutions at the Start of Reforms Mahabat Baimyrzaeva (pp. 117 130)

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SA''s key economic sectors Brand South Africa

South Africa is worldrenowned for its mining sector, with an abundance of mineral resources, accounting for a significant proportion of world production and reserves with an estimated worth of R20.3 trillion (US$2.5 trillion). The country is estimated to have the world''s fifth largest mining sector in terms of gross domestic product (GDP) value.

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Impact of public sector reforms on service delivery in

Impact of public sector reforms on service delivery in Tanzania Hussein Lufunyo President''s Office, Public Service Management, Tanzania Public Service College, P. O Box 329, Tabora, Tanzania. Accepted 12 February, 2013 This paper is an investigation on the impact of public sector reforms on service delivery in Tanzania.

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Institutional challenges for mining and sustainability in

Oct 13, 2009 · Global consumption continues to generate growth in mining. In lesser developed economies, this growth offers the potential to generate new resources for development, but also creates challenges to sustainability in the regions in which extraction occurs. This context leads to debate on the institutional arrangements most likely to build synergies between mining, livelihoods, and

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Tools for Institutional, Political, and Social Analysis of

Tools for Institutional, Political, and Social Analysiswas initially launched as a Webbased resource in 2005. The objective was to provide guidance on tools and techniques to conduct distributional impact analysis of policy reforms and to complement existing, largely economic, guidance and

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MiningWeekly Breaking News RealTime Mining News

Mining Weekly covers realtime news on mining projects across a range of minerals including gold, platinum, diamonds, copper and ferrous metals.

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Albania to reform mining sector New Europe

The ministry of economy, trade and mining are trying to give Albania''s mining industry a boost as they plan to issue 151 mining licenses this year, AENews reported. The ministry plans to alloe 20 of these mining licenses in weekly competitions. The country has abundant resources of bauxite, c

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Water institutional reforms in Chile

institutional changes in Chile''s water management include ideology, transactions costs, interestgroup behavior and path dependency. While the already observed institutional changes, such as the transferable water rights, water markets and urban water reforms, are all significant, further reforms

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Emerging issues for the Australian resources and energy

Jun 04, 2018 · The article is part of a series on proposed reforms and new developments in the Australian energy and resources industry. Australia Energy and Natural Resources McCullough Robertson 4 Jun 2018. These ancillary rules will be an important development for the mining industry.

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Africa Review Report on Mining

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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Emerging issues for the Australian resources and energy

Jun 04, 2018 · The article is part of a series on proposed reforms and new developments in the Australian energy and resources industry. Australia Energy and Natural Resources McCullough Robertson 4 Jun 2018. These ancillary rules will be an important development for the mining industry.

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The World Bank''s Evolutionary Approach to Mining Sector

viii The World Bank''s Evolutionary Approach to Mining Sector Reform Acknowledgments This paper began its life as a sector brief for the International Development Association (IDA) for which the content had to be greatly reduced. It expands beyond the World Bank''s mining sector work in

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LAND REFORMS IN KENYA: GAINS & CHALLENGES ONE YEAR

institutional frameworks as envisaged in the new constitutional dispensation. For the land sector, far reaching legal and institutional reforms are envisaged in Chapter 5 of the constitution. The Chapter on Land and Environment also lays out broad principles through which

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Burkina Faso: a reform of the mining sector Publiions

Burkina Faso is a member of two regional organisations involved in the mining sector, namely WAEMU, which passed a Regulation No. 18/2003/CM/UEMOA dated 23rd December 2003 containing a Community Mining Code, and ECOWAS, which passed a Directive No. C/DIR3/05/09 harmonising guidelines and policies in the mining sector.

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Institutional reforms are the need of hour: Dr Ishrat

Punjab. Institutional reforms are the need of hour: Dr Ishrat Hussain * Buzdar says hard work done by ministers and secretaries for the 100day plan is praiseworthy

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Tools for Institutional, Political, and Social Analysis of

Tools for Institutional, Political, and Social Analysiswas initially launched as a Webbased resource in 2005. The objective was to provide guidance on tools and techniques to conduct distributional impact analysis of policy reforms and to complement existing, largely economic, guidance and

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Strengthening Governance Reforming Public Institutions and

Box 2. Public Sector Reform and the Comprehensive Development Framework 5 Box 3. Why an Institutional Focus in Public Sector Reform? 8 Box 4. Tax Policy, Tax Administration, and Institutional Reform 10 Box 5. Reforming the "Rules of the Game" for Policymaking Through a MediumTerm Expenditure Framework 11 Box 6.

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Water supply and sanitation in Zambia Wikipedia

Water supply and sanitation in Zambia is characterized by achievements and challenges. Among the achievements are the creation of regional commercial utilities for urban areas to replace fragmented service provision by local governments the establishment of a regulatory agency that has substantially improved the availability of information on service provision in urban areas the

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Improving Public Sector Efficiency: Challenges and

Improving Public Sector Efficiency: Challenges and Opportunities by Teresa Curristine, Zsuzsanna Lonti and Isabelle Joumard* This article examines key institutional drivers that may contribute to improving public sector efficiency and focuses on one of them in more detail: performance information and its role and use in the

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Water institutional reforms in Morocco Environmental

The fourth section deals with some key factors explaining the recent reform initiatives and also evaluates the effectiveness of the reform in addressing water sector problems. The fifth section provides evidences for the way institutional features such as path dependency and institutional linkages are used during the reform process.

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LAND REFORMS IN KENYA: GAINS & CHALLENGES ONE YEAR

institutional frameworks as envisaged in the new constitutional dispensation. For the land sector, far reaching legal and institutional reforms are envisaged in Chapter 5 of the constitution. The Chapter on Land and Environment also lays out broad principles through which

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Tanzania: Magufuli''s mining reforms are a masterclass in

Jul 17, 2017 · The events of two weeks ago amount to a radical overhaul of Tanzanian mining policy, but also a masterclass in political manoeuvring. This is not to cast aspersions about the sincerity of Magufuli''s intentions to reform the mining sector, but to illustrate that those reforms serves several purposes at

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The multidimensionality of exclusion in ScienceDirect

The notion that institutional mining reforms disadvantage miners also connects to a broader ASM literature that has explored the role of governance measures in contributing to poorer miners'' exclusion (e.g. Fisher, 2007, Maconachie and Hilson, 2011, Geenen, 2012).

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Strengthening Governance Reforming Public Institutions and

Box 2. Public Sector Reform and the Comprehensive Development Framework 5 Box 3. Why an Institutional Focus in Public Sector Reform? 8 Box 4. Tax Policy, Tax Administration, and Institutional Reform 10 Box 5. Reforming the "Rules of the Game" for Policymaking Through a MediumTerm Expenditure Framework 11 Box 6.

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Royalties reform seeks to kickstart mining sector eiu

Royalties reform seeks to kickstart mining sector June 7th 2019 Colombia Coal. Colombia is a resourcerich country that has not been able to realise its extractivesector potential. The business environment around mining has been clouded by factors such as a lack of transparency regarding royalties and an inefficient framework for dialogue

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Institutional challenges for mining and sustainability in

In 2008, a Ministry of Environment was created, potentially a significant change for natural resource governance. However, the Executive, the MEM, and the mining sector have each resisted giving it the role of regulating the environmental impacts of mining. Consequently, Environmental Impact Statements are still approved by the MEM.

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Mineral dealers appreciate reforms in mining sector

Mineral dealers appreciate reforms in mining sector. STAKEHOLDERS in the mining sector have appreciated the government efforts to revamp the sector for the benefits of all Tanzanians. institutional reforms and initiated task forces to renegotiate mining contracts with mining giants like Acacia and Tanzanite One.

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Institutional gaps and challenges in artisanal and small

Downloadable (with restrictions)! While South Africa is respected in the mining fraternity for its seemingly prosperous largescale mining industry its artisanal and smallscale mining (ASM) sector is characterised by informal and illegal activities with limited prospects for growth and contribution to socioeconomic development. This paper examines through literature review, the

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Institutional gaps and challenges in artisanal and small

Institutional gaps and challenges in artisanal and smallscale mining in South Africa P.F. Ledwaba⁎, N. Mutemeri1 Centre for Sustainability in Mining and Industry (CSMI), University of the Witwatersrand, Private Bag 3, Johannesburg 2050, South Africa ARTICLE INFO Keywords: Artisanal and smallscale mining (ASM) Zamazama mining Institutional

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The Contribution of the Mining Sector to Socioeconomic and

The Contribution of the Mining Sector to Socioeconomic and Human Development institutional, legal and regulatory reform Governments with per capita income between $1,025 and $6,055. Contribution to Socioeconomic and Human Development . Mining Contribution to Socioeconomic and Human Development 13

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KENYA''S LEGAL FRAMEWORK ON MINING: IT''S ADEQUACY IN

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 compliions that will require realignment

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Mineral dealers appreciate reforms in mining sector

Mineral dealers appreciate reforms in mining sector. STAKEHOLDERS in the mining sector have appreciated the government efforts to revamp the sector for the benefits of all Tanzanians. institutional reforms and initiated task forces to renegotiate mining contracts with mining giants like Acacia and Tanzanite One.

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Water institutional reforms in Chile

institutional changes in Chile''s water management include ideology, transactions costs, interestgroup behavior and path dependency. While the already observed institutional changes, such as the transferable water rights, water markets and urban water reforms, are all significant, further reforms

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KENYA''S LEGAL FRAMEWORK ON MINING: IT''S ADEQUACY IN

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 compliions that will require realignment

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IMF Survey: Policy Reforms, Mining Boom Power Guinea''s

Strong policy reforms and large miningsector investments have helped revive Guinea''s economic growth performance from nearstagnation two years ago. After drastic measures to cut its budget deficit and curb inflation, the West African country''s growth rate

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Banking Reform in Vietnam frbsf

Early reforms to Vietnam''s banking sector were part of the broader set of marketoriented reforms that the government began implementing in the mid1980s. A number of these reforms focused on decentralizing and privatizing financial activities. Prior to 1990, the SBV functioned as both a central

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Institutional gaps and challenges in artisanal and small

Institutional gaps and challenges in artisanal and smallscale mining in South Africa P.F. Ledwaba⁎, N. Mutemeri1 Centre for Sustainability in Mining and Industry (CSMI), University of the Witwatersrand, Private Bag 3, Johannesburg 2050, South Africa ARTICLE INFO Keywords: Artisanal and smallscale mining (ASM) Zamazama mining Institutional

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Africa Review Report on Mining

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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Mineral dealers appreciate reforms in mining sector

Mineral dealers appreciate reforms in mining sector. STAKEHOLDERS in the mining sector have appreciated the government efforts to revamp the sector for the benefits of all Tanzanians. institutional reforms and initiated task forces to renegotiate mining contracts with mining giants like Acacia and Tanzanite One.

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articles on institutional reforms in the mining sector

SR330Establishing a Mining Sector in Postwar South Sudan.pdf. are alloed fairly among government institutions, private companies, and affected com . in South Sudan''s mining sector since the government was created in 2005. .. rights of indigenous peoples and other affected communities.23 Article 46 of the .. decisions that have informed regulatory reforms in the mining sector.

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REPORT ON POLICY AND INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS ON

governing and having a bearing on the regulation and management of the mining industry in Malawi. The report also makes some concrete recommendations for a robust policy, legal framework that will ensure that the mining industry promotes sustainable development and is governed by transparent, accountable and inclusive processes.

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Institutional gaps and challenges in ScienceDirect

This paper examines through literature review, the institutional frameworks e.g. policy, legislation and programmes put in place to facilitate the development of the ASM sector in order to identify the gaps and challenges in the ASM sector. In line with the current wave of discussions on policy and legislation reforms in the mining and

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