This section contains resources that deal with how collected revenue is shared and managed. Resources contained here have a bias to the practice in developing countries and best practices in the industry.
This page contains information on how revenue ought to be shared in resource rich countries in accordance with the Natural Resource Charter, from the database of the Natural Resource Governance Institute.
This page contains information on revenue management in line with the Natural Resource Charter, and focusing on countries where the NRGI carries out its work.
The page contains information on the legal requirements that extractives companies are expected to abide by in EITI implementing countries. Additionally, there are links provided on information to License allocation, License Regulation and Contract Transparency.
The Collaborative Africa Budget Reform Initiative (CABRI) is a peer-learning and exchange network for senior officials working in ministries of finance and/or planning on public financial management. (Text courtesy of CABRI).
This article focuses on the 2014 publication 'Administering Fiscal Regimes for the Extractive Industries: A Handbook'. It is a joint publication by the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank Group addressing the complex challenges of managing fiscal revenues from the extractive industries.
This document contains links to presentations on various topics ranging from An Overview of Extractive Industries Governance to EITI Implementation Globally and Extractive Industries Sector Governance.