July 18 2013

FEEM Re3: "Competition for Access to Natural Resources. Are Collaborative Solutions Possible?"

How may conflicts in oil, gas and mineral markets undermine future global peace and economic development? Which modes of behaviour can promote an appropriate balance between competition and collaboration?

Possible answers to these key questions stem from the EU project on the Policy for Natural Resources, POLINARES. In this article, Daniele Benintendi, FEEM senior researcher, and Professor Philip Andrews-Speed, coordinator of POLINARES, offer a brief overview of the project, its objectives and conclusions.

Review of Environment, Energy and Economics - Re3

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