World Bank Extractives forDevelopment (E4D) initiative:    focus on the ExtractiveIndustries Source Book project
Overview of E4D ‘DNA’                    KnowledgeCollaboration                           Front Line Development
E4D: Nuts and Bolts• Supports key change agents, where prudent -  anonymously.• Responsive to needs of the Front Line• A f...
E4D: Knowledge Consortium base• Partnership established under the EI Source Book• Already includes the Universities of Dun...
E4D: Can-do approach• Focussing the resources of  complementary activities into one  Extractive Industries enterprise, und...
Extractive Industries Source  Book, www.eisourcebook.org                    Knowledge                    (the core        ...
Extractive Industries (EI) Source     Book, www.eisourcebook.org• Knowledge portal for the full EI Value Chain.• The joint...
EI Source Book … Partners and Partners’Materials (some, specially commissioned)
EI Source Book…. The core               Narrative chapters:I. Introduction   1. Why a Source Book?   2. Opportunities and ...
EI Source Book … exampleNarrative section & “Dashboard”
EI Source Book…. Dashboard          Resources (so far….)• World Bank products• Other Attachments• Comment/ Submit• Third P...
EI Source Book … example “WorldBank Products” uploaded to Chapter    9, Sustainable Development
EI Source Book … example “OtherAttachments” uploaded to Chapter7, Fiscal Design and Administration
EI Source Book … example “OtherAttachments” uploaded to Chapter7, Fiscal Design and Administration
EI Source Book … Submit your      document online
EI Source Book … first online 3rdParty Submission: by Global Witness
EI Source Book … example quick-      resource Summaries
Rents to Riches?: The Political Economy ofNatural Resource Led Development (World            Bank publication)            ...
GOXI, Governance of the ExtractiveGOXI, Governance of the Extractive   Industries, http://goxi.org/    Industries, http://...
GOXI, http://goxi.org/• Discuss the big ideas.• Share news, opinions and information,  including new research, events and ...
GOXI, http://goxi.org/
Foci for action: the Hot Topics                  Knowledge Collaboration                       Front Line Development
World Bank’s 5 Hot Topics for 2011    Hot Topic            Description    Geodata              Scaled-up support for pre-c...
Hot Topics: 2011 workshops• 2011/12 global workshop series in place to take  these forward:  o Jakarta, Indonesia, on the ...
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Ei source book in context of the e4 d initiative

  1. 1. World Bank Extractives forDevelopment (E4D) initiative: focus on the ExtractiveIndustries Source Book project
  2. 2. Overview of E4D ‘DNA’ KnowledgeCollaboration Front Line Development
  3. 3. E4D: Nuts and Bolts• Supports key change agents, where prudent - anonymously.• Responsive to needs of the Front Line• A focus on Knowledge: the Extractive Industries Source Book, www.eisourcebook.org• The ‘Art of the Possible’?: “Rents to Riches”• A focus on Collaboration: the GOXI online community, http://goxi.org/• Where the action is: the “Hot Topics”
  4. 4. E4D: Knowledge Consortium base• Partnership established under the EI Source Book• Already includes the Universities of Dundee (Scotland), Witwatersrand (South Africa), Queensland (Australia) and the International Council on Mining and Minerals• Potential additions to the consortium include the African Center for Economic Transformation in Ghana, and the Enterprise Research Institute at the Development Research Center of the State Council, P.R. China
  5. 5. E4D: Can-do approach• Focussing the resources of complementary activities into one Extractive Industries enterprise, under World Bank leadership• Strong evidence of commitment to joined-up partnership working to build a greater whole• Common ethos of • Democratising Knowledge • Informing and Empowering Action
  6. 6. Extractive Industries Source Book, www.eisourcebook.org Knowledge (the core focus of the Source Book)Collaboration(the SourceBook is builtupon a solidprojectpartnership)
  7. 7. Extractive Industries (EI) Source Book, www.eisourcebook.org• Knowledge portal for the full EI Value Chain.• The joint product of a partnership of global universities and centres of learning• Continually updated, easy to navigate and a one-stop library of key documents• From state-specific materials to global cross- cutting themes, from Discovery through to Development and Depletion to Diversification
  8. 8. EI Source Book … Partners and Partners’Materials (some, specially commissioned)
  9. 9. EI Source Book…. The core Narrative chapters:I. Introduction 1. Why a Source Book? 2. Opportunities and Challenges 3. The Extractive IndustriesII. Cross-Cutting Topics 4. Transparency and AccountabilityIII. The Extractive Industries Value Chain 5. Policy, Legal and Contractual Framework 6. Sector Organization and Institutions 7. Fiscal Design and Administration 8. Revenue Management and Allocation 9. Sustainable Development
  10. 10. EI Source Book … exampleNarrative section & “Dashboard”
  11. 11. EI Source Book…. Dashboard Resources (so far….)• World Bank products• Other Attachments• Comment/ Submit• Third Party SubmissionsAlso, “Additional Reading”: summary documentsand links to full text downloads.
  12. 12. EI Source Book … example “WorldBank Products” uploaded to Chapter 9, Sustainable Development
  13. 13. EI Source Book … example “OtherAttachments” uploaded to Chapter7, Fiscal Design and Administration
  14. 14. EI Source Book … example “OtherAttachments” uploaded to Chapter7, Fiscal Design and Administration
  15. 15. EI Source Book … Submit your document online
  16. 16. EI Source Book … first online 3rdParty Submission: by Global Witness
  17. 17. EI Source Book … example quick- resource Summaries
  18. 18. Rents to Riches?: The Political Economy ofNatural Resource Led Development (World Bank publication) Knowledge (specialist knowledge is key USP for this book)Front LineDevelopment(Rents to Richesis a practicalguide for theFront Line)
  19. 19. GOXI, Governance of the ExtractiveGOXI, Governance of the Extractive Industries, http://goxi.org/ Industries, http://goxi.org/ Front Line Development, (a focus on the Front Line globally, originally the specific focus was Africa, a continent that GOXICollaboration, membership/ content(the core value remains particularlyproposition of strong regarding)GOXI)
  20. 20. GOXI, http://goxi.org/• Discuss the big ideas.• Share news, opinions and information, including new research, events and vacancies.• Connect with others (800+ members thus far) actively working on the sector and dealing with similar challenges.• Announce initiatives in which you are engaged and collaborate to make them happen.
  21. 21. GOXI, http://goxi.org/
  22. 22. Foci for action: the Hot Topics Knowledge Collaboration Front Line Development
  23. 23. World Bank’s 5 Hot Topics for 2011 Hot Topic Description Geodata Scaled-up support for pre-competitive geo-science information for developing countries could help national authorities derive greater value from resource auctions. Resource corridors The development of shared-use, green infrastructure from private sector and green growth investments can significantly enhance the footprint and sustainability of large “anchor” extractives developments though better spatial linkages. PFM for Natural The design of effective arrangements for the management of NRM revenues - Resource Rich and the expenditures that they finance - is often a critical to the development Settings impact of extractive industries. Transparency & Global norms and standards can play an important role in strengthening Global governance accountability of extractive industries and their development impacts at a norms country and project level. Diversified The extraction of natural resources can play an important role in promoting extractives led development by supporting diversification of the economic activity. development
  24. 24. Hot Topics: 2011 workshops• 2011/12 global workshop series in place to take these forward: o Jakarta, Indonesia, on the 24th - 25th October 2011, particularly for Hot Topic 4. o Tunis, Tunisia, on the 3rd - 4th November 2011, particularly for Hot Topic 1. o Washington DC, USA, on the 7th - 8th December 2011, particularly for Hot Topics 2 and 5. o Mexico City, Mexico, on 12th - 13th January 2012 (exact dates tbc), particularly for Hot Topic 3.
  25. 25. Thank You
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