Global Resources: Conflict and Cooperation by R. DannreutherGlobal Resources: Conflict and Cooperation by R. Dannreuther

Global Resources: Conflict and Cooperation

byR. DannreutherEditorW. Ostrowski

Hardcover | May 30, 2013

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This EU-funded project examines the dynamics of conflict, collaboration and competition in relation to access to oil, gas and minerals. It involves 12 different institutions from across the EU and examines oil, gas and other minerals - spanning geology, technology studies, sociology, economics and political science.
Ariel Bergmann, University of Dundee, UK Michael Bradshaw, University of Leicester, UK Dr Murtala Chindo, IBB University, Nigeria Chris Cragg, Freelance Journalist Patrick Criqui, Université Pierre Mendès France Roland Dannreuther, University of Westminster, UK Evelyn Dietsche, Oxford Policy Management, UK Magnus Ericsson, Luleå Univer...
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Title:Global Resources: Conflict and CooperationFormat:HardcoverDimensions:276 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.91 inPublished:May 30, 2013Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230360505

ISBN - 13:9780230360501

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Table of Contents

Introduction: The Dynamics of Conflict and Cooperation; Roland Dannreuther PART I: HISTORICAL LEGACIES 1. History of the International Oil Industry; Paul Stevens 2. Minerals: Industry History and Fault Lines of Conflict; David Humphreys 3. History of the Gas Industry; Chris Cragg PART II: THEORETICAL FRAMEWORKS 4. Geopolitics and International Relations of Resources; Roland Dannreuther 5. Political Economy of Global Resources; Wojciech Ostrowski PART III: COMPANIES, CONTRACTS AND COMMUNITIES 6. Corporations vs. States in the Shaping of Global Oil Regimes; Giacomo Luciani 7. Communities: A Case Study of Oil Sands in Nigeria; Murtala Chindo and Michael Bradshaw 8. Sector Legal Frameworks and Resource Property Rights; Evelyn Dietsche PART IV: SCARCITY, TECHNOLOGY AND FUTURE SUPPLY 9. Peak Oil: Myth or Impending Doom?; Patrick Criqui 10. Peak Gas: Technology and Environmental Consequences; Ariel Bergmann 11. Mineral Depletion and Peak Production; Magnus Ericsson and Patrik Söderholm Conclusion: Reconceptualising the Dynamics of Conflict and Cooperation; Wojciech Ostrowski

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'For long on the margins of the study of international politics, natural resources have made a comeback over the last decade, in tandem with the rise of prices and the politicization of global markets. Pulling together some of the leading experts in this vast field, this collection of essays stands out for its thoroughness, critical acumen and comprehensive review of the relevant scholarly literature.' - International Affairs