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Mineral Economics

2011 - 2023

Current editor(s): Magnus Ericsson and Patrik Söderholm

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Raw Materials Group (RMG)
Luleå University of Technology
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Volume 30, issue 3, 2017

What is behind the search for social acceptability of mining projects? Political economy and legal perspectives on Canadian mineral extraction pp. 171-180 Downloads
Bonnie Campbell and Marie-Claude Prémont
Artisanal versus industrial mining: impacts on poverty in regions of Burkina Faso pp. 181-191 Downloads
Youmanli Ouoba
Long-term demand and supply of non-ferrous mineral resources by a mineral balance model pp. 193-206 Downloads
Koji Tokimatsu, Shinsuke Murakami, Tsuyoshi Adachi, Ryota Ii, Rieko Yasuoka and Masahiro Nishio
Trade specialisation patterns in major steelmaking economies: the role of advanced economies and the implications for rapid growth in emerging market and developing economies in the global steel market pp. 207-227 Downloads
Naoki Sekiguchi
Towards a multi-dimensional methodology supporting a safeguarding decision on the future access to mineral resources pp. 229-255 Downloads
A. Mateus, C. Lopes, L. Martins and J. Carvalho
Assessment of critical minerals: updated application of an early-warning screening methodology pp. 257-272 Downloads
Erin McCullough and Nedal T. Nassar

Volume 30, issue 2, 2017

Peak minerals: What can we learn from the history of mineral economics and the cases of gold and phosphorus? pp. 73-93 Downloads
Friedrich -W. Wellmer and Roland W. Scholz
Linkages between mining and non-mining sectors in Botswana pp. 95-105 Downloads
Kegomoditswe Koitsiwe and Tsuyoshi Adachi
Investigating the effect of price process selection on the value of a metal mining asset portfolio pp. 107-115 Downloads
Mikael Collan, Jyrki Savolainen and Pasi Luukka
Assessing the timing of mining investment under tax policy uncertainty: the case of the Asia-Pacific region pp. 117-139 Downloads
Nam Foo, Harry Bloch and Ruhul Salim
Sustainable development opportunities within corporate social responsibility practices from LSM to ASM in the gold mining industry pp. 141-152 Downloads
A. Cristina Ribeiro-Duthie, Líllian M.B. Domingos, Marina F. Oliveira, Patrícia C. Araujo, Renata C.J. Alamino, Ricardo S.V. Silva, James M. Ribeiro-Duthie and Zuleica C. Castilhos
Towards a sustainable development licence to operate for the extractive sector pp. 153-165 Downloads
Antonio Pedro, Elias T. Ayuk, Christina Bodouroglou, Ben Milligan, Paul Ekins and Bruno Oberle
Erratum to: Towards a sustainable development licence to operate for the extractive sector pp. 167-167 Downloads
Antonio Pedro, Elias T. Ayuk, Christina Bodouroglou, Ben Milligan, Paul Ekins and Bruno Oberle
International taxation and the extractive industries pp. 169-170 Downloads
Magnus Ericsson

Volume 30, issue 1, 2017

Mineral Economics/Raw Materials Report 30th anniversary pp. 1-2 Downloads
Magnus Ericsson
Mineral Economics—special issue on the SusMinNor project pp. 3-5 Downloads
Mattia Pellegrini
Introduction pp. 7-13 Downloads
Magnus Ericsson and Kristiina Jokelainen
Stakeholder management theory meets CSR practice in Swedish mining pp. 15-29 Downloads
Helena Ranängen
Social impacts of the “glocal” mining business: case studies from Northern Europe pp. 31-39 Downloads
Leena Suopajärvi, Thomas Ejdemo, Elena Klyuchnikova, Elena Korchak, Vigdis Nygaard and Gregory A. Poelzer
Challenges that mining companies face in gaining and maintaining a social license to operate in Finnish Lapland pp. 41-51 Downloads
Pamela Lesser, Leena Suopajärvi and Timo Koivurova
The local employment impacts of mining: an econometric analysis of job multipliers in northern Sweden pp. 53-65 Downloads
Thomas Moritz, Thomas Ejdemo, Patrik Söderholm and Linda Wårell
A Handbook of Primary Commodities in the Global Economy pp. 67-71 Downloads
Phillip Crowson

Volume 29, issue 2, 2016

An examination of copper contained in international trade flows pp. 47-56 Downloads
Luis A. Tercero Espinoza and Marcel Soulier
Conditional linkages between iron ore exports, foreign aid and terrorism pp. 57-70 Downloads
Simplice Asongu and Jacinta Nwachukwu
Coal mining in Indonesia: forecasting by the growth curve method pp. 71-85 Downloads
Fadhila Achmadi Rosyid and Tsuyoshi Adachi
Reformation in mining sector: a national perspective pp. 87-96 Downloads
P.K. Jain
Social licencing in mining—between ethical dilemmas and economic risk management pp. 97-104 Downloads
W. Eberhard Falck
Social license revisited pp. 105-108 Downloads
Eduardo Vale
Indian mining reform—a second perspective pp. 109-113 Downloads
G D Kalra
Garpenberg—the success story by Rolf Jonsson pp. 115-115 Downloads
Magnus Ericsson
The extractive industries sector: essentials for economists, public finance professionals and policy makers by Håvard Halland, Martin Lökanc and Arvind Nair, with Sridar Padmanabhan Kannan pp. 117-117 Downloads
Michael Bleaney
Review by David Humphreys of Mineral Economics and Policy by John E Tilton and Juan Ignacio Guzmán, RFF Press, 2016. Paperback. ISBN: 978–1–138-83895-6 pp. 119-120 Downloads
David Humphreys
Dennis L. Buchanan. Review of metals and energy finance pp. 121-122 Downloads
Henric Thornberg

Volume 29, issue 1, 2016

Opencast coal mining and sustainable local livelihoods in Odisha, India pp. 1-13 Downloads
Padmanabha Hota and Bhagirath Behera
The country mining vision: towards a new deal pp. 15-22 Downloads
Antonio M. A. Pedro
Consolidating policies on Chinese rare earth resources pp. 23-28 Downloads
Zhenbin Rao
Global PGM mining during 40 years—a stable corporate landscape of oligopolistic control pp. 29-36 Downloads
Magnus Ericsson and Andreas Tegen
The price of oil by Roberto F Aguilera and Marian Radetzki pp. 37-40 Downloads
Phillip Crowson
Daniel Franks’ “Mountain movers—mining, sustainability and the agents of change” pp. 41-43 Downloads
Nicolas Di Boscio
Erratum to: Daniel Franks’ “Mountain movers—mining, sustainability and the agents of change” pp. 45-45 Downloads
Nicolas Boscio

Volume 28, issue 3, 2015

The economic decline of large remote mining towns: does the Broken Hill experience offer lessons for Kalgoorlie Boulder? pp. 83-101 Downloads
Philip Maxwell
Defining chromite ore production trend by CCD method to reach sustainable development goals in mining sector, Iran pp. 103-115 Downloads
Mehrdad Soleimani and Behshad Jodeiri Shokri
Improving access to Africa’s geological information through the “Billion Dollar Map” project pp. 117-121 Downloads
David Ovadia
Global mining governance evaluation methods pp. 123-127 Downloads
Liping Chen, Jie Yang and Wei Liu
Review of David Humphreys, The Remaking of the Mining Industry pp. 129-130 Downloads
Marian Radetzki
Hjalmar Fors, The Limits of Matter—Chemistry, mining & enlightenment pp. 131-132 Downloads
Magnus Ericsson

Volume 25, issue 1, 2012

Editorial pp. 1-1 Downloads
Magnus Ericsson
There’s nothing surer, the rich get rich and pp. 3-5 Downloads
Gill Burke
The present understanding of Earth’s global anthrobiogeochemical metal cycles pp. 7-15 Downloads
Jason Rauch
The 2008 commodity price boom: did speculation play a role? pp. 17-28 Downloads
Olle Östensson
Taxing construction minerals: a contribution to a resource-efficient Europe pp. 29-43 Downloads
Bettina Bahn-Walkowiak, Raimund Bleischwitz, Martin Distelkamp and Mark Meyer
Recycling of metal scraps—a positive concept leading to augmentation of reserve base pp. 45-51 Downloads
Pradeep Jain
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