The Leveraging Transparency to Reduce Corruption project (LTRC)—a five-year initiative led by the Brookings institution and supported by the Natural Resource Governance Institute and Results for Development—is pleased to share an annotated bibliography of more than 150 books, papers, tools/datasets and other resources addressing transparency accountability, and participation efforts along the natural resource value chain.
"State capture" is defined as the efforts of individuals or firms to shape the formation of laws, policies, and regulations of the state to their own advantage by providing illicit private gains to public officials.
Myanmar’s state-owned economic enterprises regularly generate approximately 50 percent of the government's fiscal revenues and spend as much in the domestic economy. But there are governance problems, which this report addresses with recommended reforms.
Les enquêtes les plus récentes montrent que le renforcement de la transparence et de l’implication du public en matière de passation de marchés constitue un moyen efficace de négocier des termes plus avantageux pour le public, d’améliorer les services publics, de décourager la fraude et la corruption, d’établir la confiance et de promouvoir un environnement commercial plus concurrentiel.
Deals in the oil, gas and mining sectors may be worth billions of dollars over decades. Yet there is surprisingly little systematic guidance for ensuring transparency in allocating and managing the rights to explore for and exploit natural resources.
L’indice mesure la qualité de la gouvernance des ressources naturelles dans 81 pays, qui représentent 82% de la production mondiale de pétrole, 78% de la production mondiale de gaz et une part importante de la production de minéraux, dont 72% de la production mondiale de cuivre.
To help the Kyrgyz Republic realize more benefits from its endowments of minerals through the improvement of mining sector management, NRGI conducted a high-level analysis of the country’s mineral resources governance.