In this course, you will learn:
- Stakeholders and their interests in mining, development, and sustainability must be identified.
- The costs and advantages of the mining exploration and development cycle
- The two main extractive development paradigms (private-led and neo-extractivism), as well as their consequences for mining taxation.
- The notion of mineral resource rentals, as well as the benefits and drawbacks of various types of mining royalties.
- Gender inequities, green fiscal regimes, and transparency initiatives are examples of perspectives that are rarely discussed in tax debates.