English, Article edition: Non-renewable resource depletion and reinvestment: issues and evidence for an oil-exporting country YOUSIF, BASSAM

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  • Non-renewable resource depletion and reinvestment: issues and evidence for an oil-exporting country
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  • YOUSIF, BASSAM
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  • This essay offers a limited study of income sustainability for one oil-exporting country: Iraq. The nature of the study motivates a discussion of some theoretical issues concerning levels of non-renewable resource depletion and re-investment as well as related questions about the substitutability of man-made and natural capital and critical natural capital. The results of the study, which decomposes oil revenues into consumption and capital portions, suggest that the re-investment in physical capital offset the depletion of natural assets arising from oil extraction in the period under consideration. Because of the lack of data, a complete study of the capital balance is not feasible. Consequently the findings are tentative.
  • RePEc:cup:endeec:v:14:y:2009:i:02:p:211-226_00
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