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Fresh perspectives and insights from NRGI
Going Beyond Revenues in Extractive Sector Governance: But How?
22 July 2019
New Database Reveals Prominence of Tax Incentives in Mining
1 August 2019
Will Extractive Companies Move Away from Corruption-Prone Intermediaries?
2 August 2019
A 2017 Year-End Message from NRGI President and CEO Daniel Kaufmann
14 December 2017
It was a turbulent year for extractives governance, bringing both setbacks and achievements. That said, there also is much cause for optimism.
Countries Struggling with Governance Manage $1.2 Trillion in Resource Wealth
8 September 2017
David Mihalyi, Anna Fleming
NRGI set out to collect total oil, gas and mining revenue data for the countries included in the Resource Governance Index to find out how many dollars flow to governments that mismanage the handling of their natural resources.
Oil Company Data on Payments to Governments is Now Coming Thick and Fast
13 June 2017
Over the last fortnight, disclosures of oil and gas company payments to governments have poured in.
All That Glitters Is Not Gold: Will Expectations Be Dashed in Canada's North?
30 June 2014
Part I in a two-part series on the challenges of natural resource governance in Canada's North.