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This paper evaluates the conditions under which a fish-harvester cooperative (co-op) with monopoly power represents a preferable outcome when compared to a rent dissipate [...]
2014 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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It is often argued that, ethically, resource rents should accrue to all citizens. Yet in reality the rents from exploiting national resources are often concentrated in th [...]
02 February 2016 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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In July 2010, the Australian Government announced that, effective from 1 July 2012, the petroleum resource rent tax will apply to all offshore and onshore oil and gas pro [...]
2012 | Journal Article |
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Most empirical studies of the Resource Curse Hypothesis (RCH) find evidence of a strong negative relationship between a country's natural resource abundance and economic [...]
2006 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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Are natural resources a source of conflict or stability? Empirical studies demonstrate that rents from natural resources, and in particular oil, are an important source o [...]
2010-04 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Resource rents represent a return to the community for the exclusive use of resources and therefore are quite distinct from the recovery of governmental regulatory or ope [...]
2007 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |

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