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Extractive IndustriesThe Management of Resources as a Driver of Sustainable Development$

Tony Addison and Alan Roe

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9780198817369

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2018

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198817369.001.0001

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(p.xix) List of Tables

(p.xix) List of Tables

Source:
Extractive Industries
Author(s):
Tony Addison, Alan Roe
Publisher:
Oxford University Press

  1. 2.1. Mineral export dependence in 2012 36

  2. 2.2. Oil and gas export dependence in 2012 37

  3. 2.3. Changes in extractives export dependence since 1996 38

  4. 3.1. MCI-W top 20, 2014 56

  5. 4.1. Factors creating the shale gas revolution in the United States 81

  6. 10.1. Annual average copper exports from Chile, 1960–2014 202

  7. 10.2. Parametric changes in relevant variables and effects on effective and structural fiscal incomes by sector, 2014 207

  8. 11.1. Ghana, selected economic indicators, 2000–8 223

  9. 11.2. Annual budget allocations to four priority areas, 2012 229

  10. 13.1. Contributions of the mining sector to domestic revenue, 1990–2012 260

  11. 13.2. Total mineral revenue and mineral revenue returned, 2009–12 262

  12. 14.1. Fiscal methods and their amenability to fiscal decentralization 279

  13. 15.1. NOC average commercial performance vs. private oil companies, 2002–4 302

  14. 15.2. NOC non-commercial roles 306

  15. 15.3. Public assets held by 100% NOCs, 2014 308

  16. 18.1. Forty-five initiatives aimed at improving the performance of the mining and metals industry over and above the formal legal system 371

  17. 25.1. Import tariff range, selected metals and countries, % 529

  18. 25.2. Vertical integration, less processed raw material transformed into more processed material within the same country 533

  19. 25.3. Processing margins, cost of turning less processed material into next stage as % of more processed price 534

  20. 26.1. Price variations in smoothed resource revenue projections in relation to the combined health and education financing gaps 551

  21. 26.2. Price variations in revenue projections in relation to the health financing gap 554

  22. 26.3. Price variations in revenue projections in relation to the education financing gap 555

  23. (p.xx) 26.4. Revenue characteristics and their implications for social sector spending 558

  24. 26.5. Diagnostics framework—investing natural resource revenues in social sectors 560

  25. 32.1. Countries where community development is required by law or agreement 678