Online phase: March 25- May 27, 2019
Residential phase: June 20 - 28, 2019
Final Assignment due on: October 1, 2019
Khazar University, Baku
March 20, 2019
Responsive and comprehensive resource governance outcomes depend on the details of well-formed policies. Shortsighted approaches offering quick-fix solutions to complex economic challenges in post-Soviet Eurasia make efficient and accountable resource governance elusive. Transparent and accountable resource governance and implementation of innovative methods within the system of governance provides an opportunity to reach stable development and prosperity for the country.
Efficient policy programs are an important ingredient for reaching positive results in resource governance in extractive industries. Governance of natural resources is a complicated matter, especially in the Eurasian region. A knowledge gap among critical decision-makers can be observed in the region. In order to fill this gap we are organizing this multi-mode course.
The multi-mode course offers a well grounded knowledge of theories and practices for efficient resource governance. The overarching goal of the course is to equip participants with the knowledge and skills necessary:
- To build a broad understanding of policy challenges in resource governance with an in-depth focus on legal and fiscal framework and revenue management
- For developing policy scenarios with integrating analytical tools into forming an information base in decision making process
- For assessing most relevant decisions in achieving specific country development priorities
The program aims to facilitate a rich dialogue about best practices from around the globe and their lessons for countries in the region. Lectures combined with practical work based on case studies, policy analysis and peer-to-peer discussions with practitioners and experts in the field will help participants to share experience in how to manage resource revenues for sustainable development.
One of the previous participants of the Eurasia Hub training course Irina Lupashko from Ukraine Dixi Group said:
“The course provided a complex vision of the revenue management process, going behind commonly known concepts such as taxation. I feel like I have a comprehensive picture of the natural resource decision chain and understand policy-making process.”
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