English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: Resources for Peace? Managing Revenues from Extractive Industries in Post-Conflict Environments Philippe Le Billon

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  • Resources for Peace? Managing Revenues from Extractive Industries in Post-Conflict Environments
Author
  • Philippe Le Billon
Physical Description
  • preprint
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  • Revenues from extractive sectors such as oil and gas, minerals, and logging play an important role in many post-conflict environments, often providing more than 30% of state fiscal receipts. When managed well, these revenues can help to finance postwar reconstruction and other vital peace-related needs. When mismanaged, however, resource revenues can undermine both economic performance and the quality of governance, thereby heightening the risk of renewed violence. This paper offers a number of proposals for managing revenues from extractive industries to better support peacebuilding. <p class=​"MsoNormal" style=​"text-align: justify;">
  • Extractive resources; oil revenues; peacebuilding; revenue-sharing
  • RePEc:uma:periwp:wp167
Language
  • English
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