Criteria / principles

POLINARES working paper n. 52; December 2012

Wojciech Ostrowski (Lead / Corresponding author), Francesco Sindico (Lead / Corresponding author), Abba Kolo, Leon Gerber, Stephen Dow, Ariel Bergmann

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    Abstract

    The overall objective of Work Package 4 is to develop a framework that will enable WP5 to formulate future policy approaches to address the challenges and risks identified by the Work Packages 1, 2 and 3. One of the two specific aims of Work Package 4 is to establish a set of criteria for evaluating past, current and possible future approaches and solutions, including efficiency, justice, fairness, equity across generations and long-term political stability. These criteria are to be conceived as benchmarks through which institutions that address the above-mentioned risks will be analysed. In other words, partners are asked throughout WP4 to take into account these criteria when undertaking their study of specific institutions that address risks in the access to oil, gas and mineral resources. This chapter identifies the criteria that will be used and provides guidance as to the kind of questions that partners could use in order to determine whether an institution has or not met a specific criterion. The last section of this chapter provides the reader with an overview of all these questions and some further information regarding the methodology that can be used throughout WP4.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherEuropean Commission European Research Area
    Number of pages40
    Publication statusPublished - Dec 2012

    Publication series

    NamePOLINARES Work Package
    PublisherEuropean Commission European Research Area
    No.D4.1

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    political stability
    policy approach
    fairness
    equity
    justice
    efficiency
    methodology
    resources

    Keywords

    • justice
    • Fairness
    • EQUITY
    • Natural Resources
    • Governance
    • Institutions

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    Ostrowski, W., Sindico, F., Kolo, A., Gerber, L., Dow, S., & Bergmann, A. (2012). Criteria / principles: POLINARES working paper n. 52; December 2012. (POLINARES Work Package ; No. D4.1). European Commission European Research Area.
    Ostrowski, Wojciech ; Sindico, Francesco ; Kolo, Abba ; Gerber, Leon ; Dow, Stephen ; Bergmann, Ariel. / Criteria / principles : POLINARES working paper n. 52; December 2012. European Commission European Research Area, 2012. (POLINARES Work Package ; D4.1).
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    Criteria / principles : POLINARES working paper n. 52; December 2012. / Ostrowski, Wojciech (Lead / Corresponding author); Sindico, Francesco (Lead / Corresponding author); Kolo, Abba; Gerber, Leon; Dow, Stephen; Bergmann, Ariel.

    European Commission European Research Area, 2012. (POLINARES Work Package ; No. D4.1).

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    Ostrowski W, Sindico F, Kolo A, Gerber L, Dow S, Bergmann A. Criteria / principles: POLINARES working paper n. 52; December 2012. European Commission European Research Area. 2012 Dec. (POLINARES Work Package ; D4.1).