School of Law

Course Credits: 2

Semester(s) Offered

  • Fall 2014

Catalog Description

Examines the suite of policy issues and legal ramifications associated with sustainable natural resource development. Examines most recent research on the "resource curse" theory. Examines recent policy developments and discussions that have occurred among industry, NGOs, multilateral development agencies and governments. Examines issues related to bribery and corruption in developing country environments, and dispute resolution mechanisms at national and local levels. Requisites: Restricted to Law (LAWS) students only.

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