Elite capture and the development of natural resource linkages in Mozambique

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Abstract

This chapter explores these broader processes from the perspective of linkage creation in Mozambique related to mega-projects in natural resource extraction and development from a political economy perspective. From a resource fairness perspective, linkage creation is essential as it allows for a more fair distribution of opportunities for local firms to gain from large-scale natural resource investments and for learning and spillover effects to other parts of the economy. In a longer term perspective, it is a potential key source of economic transformation towards higher value added activities and more and better local employment, therefore reducing dependence on resources.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFairness and Justice in Natural Resource Politics
EditorsMelanie Pichler, Cornelia Staritz, Karin Küblböck, Christina Plank, Werner Raza, Fernando Ruiz Peyré
Number of pages17
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherRoutledge
Publication date2017
Pages200-217
Chapter12
ISBN (Print)9781138195950
ISBN (Electronic)9781315638058
Publication statusPublished - 2017
SeriesRoutledge explorations in environmental studies

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Buur, L., & Monjane, C. M. (2017). Elite capture and the development of natural resource linkages in Mozambique. In M. Pichler, C. Staritz, K. Küblböck, C. Plank, W. Raza, & F. R. Peyré (Eds.), Fairness and Justice in Natural Resource Politics (pp. 200-217). London: Routledge. Routledge explorations in environmental studies
Buur, Lars ; Monjane, Celso Marcos. / Elite capture and the development of natural resource linkages in Mozambique. Fairness and Justice in Natural Resource Politics. editor / Melanie Pichler ; Cornelia Staritz ; Karin Küblböck ; Christina Plank ; Werner Raza ; Fernando Ruiz Peyré. London : Routledge, 2017. pp. 200-217 (Routledge explorations in environmental studies).
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Buur, L & Monjane, CM 2017, Elite capture and the development of natural resource linkages in Mozambique. in M Pichler, C Staritz, K Küblböck, C Plank, W Raza & FR Peyré (eds), Fairness and Justice in Natural Resource Politics. Routledge, London, Routledge explorations in environmental studies, pp. 200-217.

Elite capture and the development of natural resource linkages in Mozambique. / Buur, Lars; Monjane, Celso Marcos.

Fairness and Justice in Natural Resource Politics. ed. / Melanie Pichler; Cornelia Staritz; Karin Küblböck; Christina Plank; Werner Raza; Fernando Ruiz Peyré. London : Routledge, 2017. p. 200-217 (Routledge explorations in environmental studies).

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Buur L, Monjane CM. Elite capture and the development of natural resource linkages in Mozambique. In Pichler M, Staritz C, Küblböck K, Plank C, Raza W, Peyré FR, editors, Fairness and Justice in Natural Resource Politics. London: Routledge. 2017. p. 200-217. (Routledge explorations in environmental studies).