Le boom minier de la Mongolie et la montée du nationalisme des ressources:tensions politiques, promesses électorales et normes néolibérales (2016)
Mongolia has witnessed spectacular economic growth, with the recent development of its enormous mineral reserves. Despite such success, the government began a review of its mining regime, a review quickly labelled a display of “resource nationalism”. Building on critical political economy insights, this article argues that such recent changes – and their contradictions – must be analysed in light of the tensions rooted in the country’s mining legacy.
CitationHatcher P (2016). Le boom minier de la Mongolie et la montée du nationalisme des ressources: tensions politiques, promesses électorales et normes néolibérales. Canadian Journal of Development Studies. 37(4). 466-483.
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KeywordsExploitation minière; gouvernance; Mongolie; nationalisme des ressources; Oyu Tolgoi; mineral exploitation; governance; resource nationalism; Mongolia
ANZSRC Fields of Research44 - Human society::4408 - Political science::440808 - International relations
41 - Environmental sciences::4104 - Environmental management::410406 - Natural resource management
35 - Commerce, management, tourism and services::3507 - Strategy, management and organisational behaviour::350701 - Corporate governance
38 - Economics::3801 - Applied economics::380105 - Environment and resource economics
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