Gold Mining and Political Struggles for Access in Banyuwangi, East Java. Power, Conflict, and Democracy Journal, 8(1), 69-89.
Wardhani, I. S. and Devy Dhian Cahyati (2020) This article explores how the materiality of natural resources influences social movements. Applying a relational paradigm and new materialism approach, this article explores the materiality of [...]
Regulating sustainable minerals in electronics supply chains: local power struggles and the ‘hidden costs’ of global tin supply chain governance. Review of International Political Economy, 1-26.
Diprose, R., Nanang Kurniawan, Kate Macdonald, & Poppy Winanti. (2020) Voluntary supply chain regulation has proliferated in recent decades in response to concerns about the social and environmental impacts of global production and trade. [...]
Impacts of key provisions in Ghana’s Petroleum Revenue Management Act. 3ie Impact Evaluation Report 94.
Edjekumhene, I., Voors, M., Lujala, P., Brunnschweiler, C., Owusu, C.K., and Nyamekye, A. (2019). In 2007, Ghana discovered oil and gas in commercial quantities and subsequently enacted the Petroleum Revenue Management Act (PRMA) 2011 (Act [...]
Transparency and accountability in Ghana’s petroleum revenue management: evidence from a field experiment. Policy Brief.
Christa Brunnschweiler, Ishmael Edjekumhene, Päivi Lujala, and Marten Voors (2019). This policy brief reports the findings from an evaluation of measures by Ghana’s Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) to provide transparency and accountability in [...]
Transparent for whom? Dissemination of information on Ghana’s petroleum and mining revenue management. Policy Brief.
Päivi Lujala, Christa Brunnschweiler, and Ishmael Edjekumhene (2019). This policy brief reports the findings from a large-scale survey of Ghanaians’ level and sources of information on resource revenue management. The Government of Ghana puts [...]
Ghana’s mining communities are still not getting their just dues. The Conversation (January 8, 2020)
Päivi Lujala (2020). Ghana has gold, diamonds, bauxite, manganese, salt, limestone, granite and oil. Its mining and quarrying sector contributes significantly to its economy. It is the second-largest gold producer in Africa after South [...]
A Theory of Change for the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative: Designing Resource Governance Pathways to Improve Developmental Outcomes. U4 Issue 2020, 11.
Philippe Le Billon, Päivi Lujala, and Siri Aas Rustad (2020). The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative is a major international effort to disclose information about extractive activities. Having an explicit Theory of Change could help [...]
Ghana’s Minerals Development Fund Act: Addressing the Needs of Mining Communities. Journal of Energy & Natural Resources Law, 38(2), 183-200.
Päivi Lujala and John Narh (2019). Despite a large mining sector and a well-structured mineral revenue distribution system, mining communities are among the poorest in Ghana. To promote socio- economic development in the mining [...]
Transparent for whom? Dissemination of information on Ghana’s petroleum and mining revenue management. Journal of Development Studies, 1-19.
Päivi Lujala, Christa Brunnschweiler, and Ishmael Edjekumhene (2020). Greater transparency has been proposed as an antidote to mismanagement of natural resource revenues in resource-rich, developing countries. The dominant transparency narrative in policymaking attributes a [...]
The management of the water supply has long been a state concern in Indonesia due to water stress in many areas and poor governance. Tadzkia Nurshafira and Husna Yuni Wulansari of Universitas Gadjah Mada [...]
Mainstreaming Modernisation Risk Politics in Indonesia’s Democratisation: Towards Public Control of Welfare and Risk in Expanding Water Access. Power, Conflict, and Democracy Journal, 6(2), 271-304
Nurshafira, T. (2018) Tadzkia Nurshafira is a student at Master of Politics and Government with specialisation on Natural Resource Governance, Universitas Gadjah Mada This paper explores how modernisation risk politics are understood and [...]
Diprose, R., Kurniawan, N. I., & Macdonald, K. (2019) Many domains of transnational policy are now governed through dynamic, multilevel governance processes, encompassing transnational, national, and subnational scales. In such settings, both membership of [...]
Neoliberal performatives and the ‘making’ of Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES). Progress in Human Geography, 43(1), 3-25.
Vijay Kolinjivadi, Gert Van Hecken, Diana Vela Almeida, Jérôme Dupras, Nicolás Kosoy (2019). This paper argues that Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES) serve as a neoliberal performative act, in which idealized conditions are re-constituted by well-resourced and networked epistemic [...]
There is no one amongst us with them! Transparency and participation in local natural resource revenue management. Extractive Industries and Society 6(1): 198-205.
Sam A. Kasimba and Päivi Lujala (2018). To redistribute natural resource revenues back to local communities and to promote equitable beneﬁt-sharing and inclusive decision-making, companies and governments increasingly use local beneﬁt-sharing trust funds (LBSTFs) [...]
Has the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative been a success? Identifying and evaluating EITI goals. Resources Policy 51(1): 151-162.
Rustad, Siri A., Philippe Le Billon and Päivi Lujala (2017). Launched in 2003, the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) has become a global standard for transparency in extractive sectors. Yet, there remains much debate [...]