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Socioeconomic Impact of Mining on Local Communities in Africa

WASTE POPULATION DENSITIES RISKS ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY FISH QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH ECONOMIC GROWTH TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESS MULTIPLIERS ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION PERVERSE INCENTIVES DISPOSABLE INCOME CARBON PREVENTION ECONOMIC WELFARE LAWS AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION EXPECTATIONS PRODUCERS SOCIAL RESEARCH PROPERTY RIGHTS ENVIRONMENTAL COSTS HEAVY METALS COMMUNITY HEALTH PEDIATRICS LABOR FORCE EMISSIONS POLITICAL ECONOMY HEALTH CARE REVENUES ECONOMIC EFFECTS INCENTIVES HEALTH EQUILIBRIUM MODELS EMPIRICAL STUDIES NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCY REAL WAGES RETURNS TO SCALE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT INPUT PRICES AGRICULTURAL OUTPUT PUBLIC HEALTH DEVELOPED COUNTRIES KNOWLEDGE EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS ECONOMIC ACTIVITY FISCAL POLICIES EXERCISES OIL PRICES EXPLOITATION ARABLE LAND CROPPING SYSTEMS OIL AIR POLLUTION CROWDING OUT WELFARE EFFECTS EXTERNAL COSTS POPULATION GROWTH INTERVENTION HEALTH INDICATORS LABOR PRODUCTIVITY EXTERNALITIES NURSES MIGRATION SPATIAL PATTERNS OBSERVATION VIOLENCE POLLUTION LAND RESOURCES WELFARE GAINS ECONOMIC POLICIES DIVIDENDS ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS NATURAL RESOURCES MIGRANTS METALS MORTALITY SUBSIDIES EFFICIENCY FISHING FOOD PRODUCTION TAXES LAND USE EFFECTIVE USE PRIMARY SCHOOLS RESOURCES EQUITY PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH CONSUMPTION ECONOMIC IMPACT WORKERS WAGES SOCIAL SERVICES ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT VALUES POLICY MAKERS AIR POLLUTION CONTROL HEALTH EFFECTS ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS DEMAND HEALTH OUTCOMES NATIONAL INCOME MINES SUSTAINABLE GROWTH AGGREGATE DEMAND PUBLIC EXPENDITURES FAMILY PLANNING STRESS EXPENDITURES PROPERTY CORPORATE TAXES MEASUREMENT NUTRITION ENVIRONMENT SOIL DEGRADATION ECONOMICS INFANT HEALTH TERMS OF TRADE TAX REVENUE BUSINESS CYCLES FISHERIES WEIGHT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TRADE LAND CHILDREN ECONOMIES OF SCALE CLINICS DRINKING WATER WORKING CONDITIONS HEALTH PROBLEMS OZONE COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE POSITIVE EXTERNALITIES COAL ECOLOGY WATER POLLUTION REVENUE POLLUTION CONTROL EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE LIVING CONDITIONS ARSENIC STRATEGY EPIDEMIOLOGY ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS REGISTRATION FAMILIES INTERMEDIATE INPUTS PROFITS ENVIRONMENTAL ACID RAIN LABOR MARKETS PUBLIC GOOD HEALTH SERVICES IMPLEMENTATION DECREASING PRODUCTIVITY PRICES NEGATIVE EXTERNALITIES ECONOMIES FOOD INDUSTRY PUBLIC GOODS
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Washington, DC
Africa | Africa | Ghana | Mali | Tanzania
2015-08-18T20:42:31Z | 2015-08-18T20:42:31Z | 2015-06-25

For more than a decade, Africa has enjoyed a mineral boom. is the growth mostly happening in isolated places, sectors and periods? The approach adopted in this study is two-pronged. First, through case studies, including the results of fieldwork, mining’s impacts are examined in a country-specific context for each of three countries, Ghana, Mali, and Tanzania; and second, a statistical analysis is used to test whether the indicators of welfare improve with proximity to a mine.

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