xiv, 304 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
9780415518215 hardback 0415518210 hardback
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
The resource curse compared : Australian Aboriginal participation in the resource extraction industry and distribution of impacts /Marcia Langton and Odette Mazel Curse or opportunity? Mineral revenues, rent seeking and development in Aboriginal Australia /Ciaran O'Faircheallaigh Measuring indigenous outcomes from mining agreements in Australia : the role of applied demography /John Taylor Papua New Guinea : conflicts, customary landholding and resource exploitation /George Yapao, Lee Godden and Steven Pettigrove Mining companies as agents for social development : the case for more effectual corporate-community investments /Ana Maria Esteves Agreements, taxation and natural wealth accounts : distribution, preservation and economic development Legal forms and their implications for long-term relationships and economic, cultural and social empowerment : structuring agreements in Australia /Maureen Tehan and Lee Godden Five principles for managing Timor-Leste's natural resource revenue wisely /Jen Drysdale The development forum in Papua New Guinea : evaluating outcomes for local communities /Colin Filer Tax law and policy for indigenous economic development in Australia /Miranda Stewart Native title agreements, taxation and economic development in Australia /Lisa Strelein The income tax exempt charitable structure as a vehicle for holding Australian native title interests : some lessons from New Zealand /Fiona Martin Turning a benefit agreement into practical development : a case study of a Papua New Guinea development foundation /Tim Offor and Barbara Sharp From paternalism to partnership : the Good Neighbour Agreement and the Argyle Diamond Mine Indigenous Land Use Agreement in Western Australia /Kim Doohan, Marcia Langton and Odette Mazel Engaging communities in resource development initiatives in Timor-Leste /Demetrio do Amaral de Carvalho and Lisa Palmer To be destitute or to benefit : corporate social responsibility and mining in South Africa /Henk Kloppers and Willemien Du Plessis.