International Competition for Resources: The Role of Law, the State and of Markets
April 2008 saw the publication of International Competition for Resources: the Role of Law, the State and of Markets, an edited compilation of papers written for the 30th anniversary of the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy.
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