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Resources Policy is an international journal devoted to minerals policy and economics, aimed at individuals in academia, government, and industry. Submissions are invited that analyze issues of public policy, economics, and business in the areas of mining, minerals, metals, and materials.
Topics covered in the broad discipline of mineral economics include mineral market and price analysis, project evaluation and real options valuation, mining and sustainable development, mineral resource rents and the resource curse, mineral wealth and corruption, mineral taxation and regulation, the rise of China and India as major mineral consumers, and the impact of mineral development on local communities and indigenous populations.
Submissions also are invited on related natural resource topics of interest and importance to the minerals community, such as sustainability, natural resources in national-income accounting, and topics from environmental economics related to mineral production and use.