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245 00 Andean states and the resource curse :|binstitutional 
       change in extractive economies /|cedited by Gerardo 
       Damonte and Bettina Schorr. 
263    2112 
264  1 Abingdon, Oxon ;|aNew York, NY :|bRoutledge,|c2022. 
300    1 online resource. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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490 0  Routledge studies of the extractive industries 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
520    "This volume explores institutional change and performance
       in the resource-rich Andean countries during the last 
       resource-boom and in the early post-boom years. The latest
       global commodity boom has profoundly marked the face of 
       the resource-rich Andean region, significantly 
       contributing to economic growth and notable reductions of 
       poverty and income inequality. The boom also constituted a
       period of important institutional change with these new 
       institutions sharing the potential of preventing or 
       mitigating the maladies extractive economies tend to 
       suffer from, generally denominated as the "resource 
       curse". This volume explores these institutional changes 
       in the Andean region to identify the factors that have 
       shaped their emergence and to assess their performance. 
       The interdisciplinary and comparative perspective of the 
       chapters in this book provide fine-grained analyses of 
       different new institutions introduced in the Andean 
       countries and discusses their findings in the light of the
       resource curse approach. They argue that institutional 
       change and performance depend upon a much larger set of 
       factors than those generally identified by the resource 
       curse literature. Different, domestic and external, 
       economic, political and cultural factors such as 
       ideological positions of decision-makers, international 
       pressure or informal practices have shaped institutional 
       dynamics in the region. Altogether, these findings 
       emphasize the importance of nuanced and contextualized 
       analysis to better understand institutional dynamics in 
       the context of extractive economies. This book will be of 
       great interest to students and scholars of the extractive 
       industries, natural resource management, political 
       economics, Latin American studies and sustainable 
       development"--|cProvided by publisher. 
545 0  Gerardo Damonte is a professor of the Department of Social
       Sciences at Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú 
       (PUCP). He holds a PhD in Anthropology from Cornell 
       University. Along with being member of the trAndeS 
       Executive Committee, he is also Principal Investigator of 
       the Development Analysis Group (GRADE) in Lima. His 
       research addresses socio-environmental issues in Latin 
       America, particularly the social dynamics linked to global
       extractive development. Bettina Schorr holds a PhD in 
       Political Science from the Department of International 
       Relations and Foreign Policy Analysis of Universit̃t zu 
       Kḻn, Germany. Her research interests include social 
       inequalities and sustainable development, institutional 
       change and dynamics of social conflicts (contentious 
       politics). Currently, she is a lecturer at the Institute 
       for Latin American Studies at Freie Universit̃t Berlin, 
       Germany, and the program director of trAndeS - 
       Postgraduate Program on Social Inequalities and 
       Sustainable Development in the Andean Region. 
588    Description based on print version record and CIP data 
       provided by publisher; resource not viewed. 
590    Taylor & Francis|bTaylor & Francis eBooks: Open Access 
650  0 Mineral industries|xEconomic aspects|zAndes Region. 
650  0 Sustainable development|zAndes Region. 
650  0 Equality|zAndes Region. 
650  7 BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Development / Sustainable 
650  7 NATURE / Ecology.|2bisacsh 
651  0 Andes Region|xEconomic conditions. 
700 1  Damonte, Gerardo,|eeditor. 
700 1  Schorr, Bettina,|eeditor. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tAndean states and the resource curse
       |dAbingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2022
       |z9781032016788|w(DLC)  2021037245 
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