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Natural Resources and Local Communities: Evidence

2013-10-22  Evidence from a Peruvian Gold Mine By Fernando M. Arag on and Juan Pablo Rud This paper examines the local economic impact of Yanacocha, a large gold mine in Northern Peru. Using annual household data from 1997 to 2006, we nd evidence of a positive e ect of the mine’s demand for local inputs on real income. The e ects are

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Natural Resources and Local Communities: Evidence

Peru has a long tradition as a mining country and ranks among the top producers of minerals in the world. One of the most important mines is Yanacocha, the second largest gold mine in the world, and producer of around 45 percent of Peruvian gold. Yanacocha mine is

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PERUVIAN ECONOMIC ASSOCIATION The Local Impact

2016-3-22  The Local Impact of Mining on Poverty and Inequality: Evidence from the Commodity Boom in Peru Norman Loayza Jamele Rigolini World Bank World Bank and IZA January 2016 Abstract This paper studies the impact of mining activity on socioeconomic outcomes in local communities in Peru.

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Peru’s mining protests suspended amid evidence of

2015-6-16  Peru’s mining protests suspended amid evidence of leadership’s corruption. Mass protests in Peru against the proposed Tia Maria mining project have been suspended following a statement by the

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IDSS Presents: 'The Local Impact of Mining on Poverty and

2015-5-28  Norman Loayza's research examines the impact of mining activity on socioeconomic outcomes in local communities in Peru. In the last two decades, the value of Peruvian mining exports has grown by fifteen times; and since a decade ago, one-half of fiscal revenues from mining

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Natural Resources and Local Communities: Evidence from

This paper examines the local economic impact of Yanacocha, a large gold mine in Northern Peru. Using annual household data from 1997 to 2006, we find evidence of a positive effect of the mine’s demand for local inputs on real income. The effects are only present in the supply market and surrounding areas, and reach unskilled workers in

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[PDF] The Local Impact of Mining on Poverty and

This paper studies the impact of mining activity on socioeconomic outcomes in local communities in Peru. In the 1990s and 2000s, the value of Peruvian mining exports grew by 15times; and since the early 2000s, one-half of fiscal revenues from mining have been devolved to local governments. Has this boom benefitted people in local communities? Using the district-level “poverty map” of 2007

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The long legacy of Peru's "Mine of Death"

2021-4-17  They called the mine the Mine of Death. Now, a new study has exposed a 3,500-year history of mercury pollution from the cinnabar mines, a much longer legacy than researchers had previously realized. Huancavelica, Peru, located 450 kilometers southeast of Lima, has been known as one of the world’s most abundant sources of mercury since the Spaniards assumed control of the Peruvian mines

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The Local Impact of Mining on Poverty and Inequality

Mining has positive average but negative distributional effect on Peru’s districts. • Positive: mining districts have larger consumption and lower poverty. • Negative: Inequality is larger in producing than in nonproducing districts. • Benefits are limited to producing districts, with no spillovers to neighbors. •

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The Explosive Combination of Inefficient Local

mining operations are numerous, analyses that test arguments through quantitative techniques are rare. Peru is an important case for the study of localized social protest for various rea-sons. First, Peru is one of the leading mining producers in the world.1 Peru opened to mining investment in the 1990s under the authoritarian government of President

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Natural Resources and Local Communities: Evidence

Evidence from a Peruvian Gold Mine1 By Fernando M. Aragón and Juan Pablo Rud* This paper examines the local economic impact of Yanacocha,a large gold mine in Northern Peru. Using annual household data from 1997 to 2006, we find evidence of a positive effect of the mine ' s demand for local inputs on real income.

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[PDF] The Local Impact of Mining on Poverty and

This paper studies the impact of mining activity on socioeconomic outcomes in local communities in Peru. In the 1990s and 2000s, the value of Peruvian mining exports grew by 15times; and since the early 2000s, one-half of fiscal revenues from mining have been devolved to local governments. Has this boom benefitted people in local communities? Using the district-level “poverty map” of 2007

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CAN A MINING WINDFALL IMPROVE WELFARE?

2019-11-6  1 Can a Mining Windfall Improve Welfare? Evidence from Peru with municipal level data. Adriana Arreaza*1 Alexandra Reuter** 2012 Abstract In this paper we investigate whether fiscal performance is affected by the presence of natural resource

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Peru’s mining protests suspended amid evidence of

2015-6-16  Peru’s mining protests suspended amid evidence of leadership’s corruption. Mass protests in Peru against the proposed Tia Maria mining project have been suspended following a statement by the

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The long legacy of Peru's "Mine of Death"

2021-4-17  Cores from the lakes closest to the mine show evidence of mercury pollution from mining dating back as early as 1400 B.C., making these the earliest and longest-exploited mines in the Andes. The earliest people probably were not after the liquid

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The Persistent Effects of Peru's Mining Mita Melissa Dell

2013-1-11  Dell, M. “The Persistent Effects of Peru's Mining Mita.” Econometrica 78, no. 6 (2010): 1863-1903.

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The Local Impact of Mining on Poverty and Inequality

Downloadable (with restrictions)! This paper studies the impact of mining activity on socioeconomic outcomes in local communities in Peru. In the 1990s and 2000s, the value of Peruvian mining exports grew by 15times; and since the early 2000s, one-half of fiscal revenues from mining have been devolved to local governments. Has this boom benefitted people in local communities?

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IDSS Presents: 'The Local Impact of Mining on Poverty and

2015-5-28  About the Program. Norman Loayza's research examines the impact of mining activity on socioeconomic outcomes in local communities in Peru. In the last two decades, the value of Peruvian mining exports has grown by fifteen times; and since a decade ago, one-half of fiscal revenues from mining

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Evidence of the impacts of metal mining and the

2019-2-21  Mining activities, including prospecting, exploration, construction, operation, maintenance, expansion, abandonment, decommissioning and repurposing of a mine can impact social and environmental systems in a range of positive and negative, and direct and indirect ways. Mining can yield a range of benefits to societies, but it may also cause conflict, not least in relation to above-ground and

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Ancient Mines Ancient Trenches

2008-3-4  Grime's Graves also known as Grim's Quarry is a flint mining complex dating to the Neolithic period with the earliest evidence of activity from around 3000 BC. It comprises 433 mineshafts, pits, quarries and spoil dumps which survive as earthworks covering an area of 7.6 hectares.

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[PDF] The Local Impact of Mining on Poverty and

This paper studies the impact of mining activity on socioeconomic outcomes in local communities in Peru. In the 1990s and 2000s, the value of Peruvian mining exports grew by 15times; and since the early 2000s, one-half of fiscal revenues from mining have been devolved to local governments. Has this boom benefitted people in local communities? Using the district-level “poverty map” of 2007

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Natural Resources and Local Communities: Evidence from

Natural Resources and Local Communities: Evidence from a Peruvian Gold Mine by Fernando M. Aragón and Juan Pablo Rud. Published in volume 5, issue 2, pages 1-25 of American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, May 2013, Abstract: This paper examines the

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Mining, social conflict and trust: experimental evidence

Mining, social conflict and trust: experimental evidence from Peru . By Hjalmar Philipp. Abstract. Given the role of mining in Peru's macro-economic development, improving coordination between the mining industry and communities is central to realising welfare gains from their exchange. A key aspect of this coordination is trust and

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Peru’s mining protests suspended amid evidence of

2015-6-16  Peru’s mining protests suspended amid evidence of leadership’s corruption. Mass protests in Peru against the proposed Tia Maria mining project have been suspended following a statement by the

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EconPapers: The Local Impact of Mining on Poverty and

2021-9-11  The Local Impact of Mining on Poverty and Inequality: Evidence from the Commodity Boom in Peru. Norman Loayza and Jamele Rigolini. World Development, 2016, vol. 84, issue C, 219-234 . Abstract: This paper studies the impact of mining activity on socioeconomic outcomes in local communities in Peru. In the 1990s and 2000s, the value of Peruvian mining exports grew by 15times;

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IDSS Presents: 'The Local Impact of Mining on Poverty and

2015-5-28  About the Program. Norman Loayza's research examines the impact of mining activity on socioeconomic outcomes in local communities in Peru. In the last two decades, the value of Peruvian mining exports has grown by fifteen times; and since a decade ago, one-half of fiscal revenues from mining

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The Explosive Combination of Inefficient Local

mining operations are numerous, analyses that test arguments through quantitative techniques are rare. Peru is an important case for the study of localized social protest for various rea-sons. First, Peru is one of the leading mining producers in the world.1 Peru opened to mining investment in the 1990s under the authoritarian government of

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Evidence of the impacts of metal mining and the

2019-2-21  Mining activities, including prospecting, exploration, construction, operation, maintenance, expansion, abandonment, decommissioning and repurposing of a mine can impact social and environmental systems in a range of positive and negative, and direct and indirect ways. Mining can yield a range of benefits to societies, but it may also cause conflict, not least in relation to above-ground and

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Ancient Mines Ancient Trenches

2008-3-4  Grime's Graves also known as Grim's Quarry is a flint mining complex dating to the Neolithic period with the earliest evidence of activity from around 3000 BC. It comprises 433 mineshafts, pits, quarries and spoil dumps which survive as earthworks covering an area of 7.6 hectares.

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Environmental impact of mining in the rainforest

2012-7-27  Reports indicated that Yanomani populations have fallen significantly since the first incursion of miners in the 1980s. While deforestation and chemical pollution from mining can impact the rainforest environment, downstream aquatic habitats fare

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