Étude d'OPM: Bénédiction ou malédiction? L'augmentation de la dépendance aux minerais parmi les pays à bas et moyens revenus

Published Date: 
December, 2011
Publisher: 
Oxford Policy Management

De nombreux pays à bas et moyen niveau de revenus sont devenus dépendants des exportations de minerais tels que ceux de métal et d'hydrocarbure, d'après cette étude d'OPM, en faisant des pays très vulnérables devant le ralentissement de l'économie mondiale.

L'étude, considérée comme la première du genre, retrace l'évolution de la dépendance aux minerais dans les pays à bas et moyen niveau de revenus de 1996 à 2010 et évalue leur vulnérabilité à cet égard face à la prétendue "malédiction des ressources", caractérisée par un développement économique et institutionnel faible.

Rapport de validation pour la Norvège

Published Date: 
September, 2010
Publisher: 
Oxford Policy Management

This is the report of the 2010 Validation of the Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI) in Norway. The report represents the first EITI validation exercise in Norway and the first validation to be undertaken in Europe. A consortium led by Oxford Policy Management (OPM), in association with Advokatfirmaet G-Partner AS (G-Partner), conducted the validation.Norway was designated as EITI Compliant on 01 March 2011

Validation Report for Liberia

Published Date: 
July, 2009
Publisher: 
Oxford Policy Management

This is the report of the 2009 Validation of the Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI) in Liberia. The validation represents the second EITI validation exercise undertaken, and the first EITI validation exercise in Africa. A consortium led by Oxford Policy Management (OPM), in association with the Emerging Markets Group (EMG) and the UK National Audit Office (NAO), conducted the validation.

Liberia was designated as EITI Compliant on 15 October 2009

Validation Report for Liberia

Published Date: 
July, 2009
Publisher: 
Oxford Policy Management

The final EITI Validation Report for Liberia was published August 2009. The report presents the results of the 2009 Validation of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) in the Republic of Liberia (LEITI). The validation represents the second EITI Validation exercise undertaken, and the first EITI validation exercise in Africa. A consortium led by Oxford Policy Management (OPM), in association with the Emerging Markets Group (EMG) and the UK National Audit Office (NAO), conducted the validation.