Resource nationalism is building momentum across the oil-rich countries. A resource nationalism is a policy that emerged in the 20th century, the era of oil and decolonization. However, the recent wave of resource nationalism has led to a renewed discussion among researchers, policy makers, and various stakeholders. The oil-rich nations’ governments are consolidating ownership over strategically important oil resources. A recent Ernst and Young (2011) report has flagged the increasing spectre of resource nationalism as the number-one risk facing mining industries.
|Publication status||Published - 11 Sep 2012|
|Event||British Academy of Management Conference 2012 - Cardiff, United Kingdom|
Duration: 11 Sep 2012 → 13 Sep 2012
|Conference||British Academy of Management Conference 2012|
|Period||11/09/12 → 13/09/12|
- Resource Nationalism
- oil and gas industry