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Implementation of institutional and structural reforms ...

2021-8-26  Implementation of institutional and structural reforms taking too long. The Minerals Council South Africa notes the StatsSA report of record unemployment of 34.4% announced yesterday and urges government to accelerate the implementation of institutional and structural reforms to improve competitiveness, grow investment and raise the inclusive ...

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Reforms in the Mining Sector

2021-7-28  Ministry of Mines on July 26, 2021 has issued reforms for the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Amendment Act, 2021 which was notified on March 28, 2021, for giving a boost to mineral production, improving ease of doing business in the country, and increasing contribution of mineral production to Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

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Institutional gaps and challenges in artisanal and small ...

The ASM sector seen in South Africa today is not what was envisioned back in 1994. • The sector is characterised by illegal ASM activities with minimal contribution to local socio-economic development. • While the legislative framework supports the broad mining agenda, it is counterproductive to the formalization of ASM.

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A decade of economic reforms in India: the mining sector ...

The aim of this paper is to review the progress made so far in liberalizing the mining sector in India and to flag important aspects that still need attention. It is argued that successful liberalisation of the mining sector is contingent upon the liberalisation of the coal sector, which is the largest mining sector and is still being ...

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Institutional gaps and challenges in artisanal and small ...

Downloadable (with restrictions)! While South Africa is respected in the mining fraternity for its seemingly prosperous large-scale mining industry; its artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) sector is characterised by informal and illegal activities with limited prospects for growth and contribution to socio-economic development. This paper examines through literature review, the ...

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Politics of institutional reforms in the water and ...

This paper develops an approach to assess the political risk associated with implementation of institutional reforms in the water sector, while providing insights into the interrelationship of institutional arrangements, power structure, and policy outcome.

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Institutional determinants of power sector reform in ...

2017-3-1  The electricity supply sector in Pakistan has performed poorly in recent years. Reforms were introduced in the mid-1990s to improve the sector, but progressed slowly with no significant impacts on pre-reform performance. This study uses new institutional economics as a theoretical basis to elucidate reasons for the failure of power sector ...

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Environmental and socio-economic impacts of institutional ...

2005-1-1  Local institutional reforms in the eighties have accelerated coffee expansion in three ways: demographic resettlement, socio-economic liberalization and legislation towards land ownership. Interaction between these three factors has induced a second spontaneous migration flow

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Global Review of Institutional Reforms in the Irrigation ...

2018-12-18  This paper reviews institutional reforms in the irrigation sector for sustainable agricultural water management (AWM) undertaken in 14 countries and regions, including Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Nepal, South Korea, Sudan, Chinese Taipei, Turkey and Ukraine.

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Institutional gaps and challenges in ... - ISI Articles

2020-3-20  review, the institutional frameworks e.g. policy, legislation and programmes put in place to facilitate the de-velopment of the ASM sector in order to identify the gaps and challenges in the ASM sector. The recognition of the ASM sector in 1994 came with a series of frameworks aimed at supporting the development of the sector.

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Institutional Reform - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

V. Desai, in International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, 2009 Aid Conditionality. There was an increase in condition-based lending in the 1980s based primarily on institutional reform and economic policies with strong neoliberal principles of market-led development in developing countries. These economic conditions came to be known as the Washington Consensus.

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Reforms in the Mining Sector

2021-7-28  Ministry of Mines on July 26, 2021 has issued reforms for the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Amendment Act, 2021 which was notified on March 28, 2021, for giving a boost to mineral production, improving ease of doing business in the country, and increasing contribution of mineral production to Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

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Global Review of Institutional Reforms in the Irrigation ...

2018-12-18  This paper reviews institutional reforms in the irrigation sector for sustainable agricultural water management (AWM) undertaken in 14 countries and regions, including Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Nepal, South Korea, Sudan, Chinese Taipei, Turkey and

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Institutional gaps and challenges in artisanal and small ...

Downloadable (with restrictions)! While South Africa is respected in the mining fraternity for its seemingly prosperous large-scale mining industry; its artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) sector is characterised by informal and illegal activities with limited prospects for growth and contribution to socio-economic development. This paper examines through literature review, the ...

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Institutional gaps and challenges in ... - ISI Articles

2020-3-20  review, the institutional frameworks e.g. policy, legislation and programmes put in place to facilitate the de-velopment of the ASM sector in order to identify the gaps and challenges in the ASM sector. The recognition of the ASM sector in 1994 came with a series of frameworks aimed at supporting the development of the sector.

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Politics of institutional reforms in the water and ...

This paper develops an approach to assess the political risk associated with implementation of institutional reforms in the water sector, while providing insights into the interrelationship of institutional arrangements, power structure, and policy outcome.

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Institutional Reforms In The Higher Education Sector Of ...

The Government of Mozambique in its long-term development strategy, defined central goals. The main one is "poverty reduction through labour-intensive economic growth". The highest priority is assigned to reduce poverty in rural areas, where 90 percent of poor Mozambicans live, and also in urban zones. The Government recognizes also that, for this development strategy on poverty eradication to ...

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Environmental and socio-economic impacts of institutional ...

2005-1-1  Local institutional reforms in the eighties have accelerated coffee expansion in three ways: demographic resettlement, socio-economic liberalization and legislation towards land ownership. Interaction between these three factors has induced a second spontaneous migration flow towards the Highlands in the nineties.

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Institutional gaps and challenges in artisanal and small ...

The ASM sector seen in South Africa today is not what was envisioned back in 1994. • The sector is characterised by illegal ASM activities with minimal contribution to local socio-economic development. • While the legislative framework supports the broad mining agenda, it is counterproductive to the formalization of ASM.

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India’s mining sector to witness reforms, flurry of ...

The country’s mining sector will see “hectic activities” in the new year with the central government’s approvals for pending mining reforms expected in January(Ravi Choudhary/HT PHOTO)

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Reforms in the Mining Sector

2021-7-28  Ministry of Mines on July 26, 2021 has issued reforms for the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Amendment Act, 2021 which was notified on March 28, 2021, for giving a boost to mineral production, improving ease of doing business in the country, and increasing contribution of mineral production to Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

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Mining Weekly - Major legal, regulatory and institutional ...

2006-7-14  Chibamba says the 1995 legislation introduced “international standards and best practices for public supervision and control of the mining sector” but that, for example, the institutional ...

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Institutional challenges for mining and sustainability in ...

2009-10-13  Global consumption continues to generate growth in mining. In lesser developed economies, this growth offers the potential to generate new resources for development, but also creates challenges to sustainability in the regions in which extraction occurs. This context leads to debate on the institutional arrangements most likely to build synergies between mining, livelihoods, and development ...

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Reforms in the mining sector need to be reviewed

2021-4-24  Reforms in the mining sector need to be reviewed. It is vital to strike a balance so that the country’s vision of 200 per cent increase in mineral production is achieved in the next five years ...

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Institutional gaps in mining must be addressed-TWN

2020-2-18  Institutional gaps in mining must be addressed-TWN. Dr Yao Graham, the Coordinator of Third World Network (TWN) has reiterated the need for institutional gaps in the mining sector to be addressed ...

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Institutional gaps and challenges in artisanal and small ...

The ASM sector seen in South Africa today is not what was envisioned back in 1994. • The sector is characterised by illegal ASM activities with minimal contribution to local socio-economic development. • While the legislative framework supports the broad mining agenda, it is counterproductive to the formalization of ASM.

More

Institutional Reform - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

V. Desai, in International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, 2009 Aid Conditionality. There was an increase in condition-based lending in the 1980s based primarily on institutional reform and economic policies with strong neoliberal principles of market-led development in developing countries. These economic conditions came to be known as the Washington Consensus.

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IMPACT OF MINING SECTOR INVESTMENT IN GHANA: A

2008-11-12  adjustment, including all policy and institutional reforms implemented in the sector under SAP. 3. A cost-benefit analysis of mining investments, taking the following into consideration: level of foreign direct investment inflows to the sector since the reforms, level of employment, net foreign exchange earned, extent of linkages with

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Global Review of Institutional Reforms in the Irrigation ...

2018-12-18  This paper reviews institutional reforms in the irrigation sector for sustainable agricultural water management (AWM) undertaken in 14 countries and regions, including Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Nepal, South Korea, Sudan, Chinese Taipei, Turkey and

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Institutional Reforms In The Higher Education Sector Of ...

The Government of Mozambique in its long-term development strategy, defined central goals. The main one is "poverty reduction through labour-intensive economic growth". The highest priority is assigned to reduce poverty in rural areas, where 90 percent of poor Mozambicans live, and also in urban zones. The Government recognizes also that, for this development strategy on poverty eradication to ...

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