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His work focuses on creating tools and resources to establish an effective framework for resource-based development, including building financial models to assess how fiscal and non-fiscal benefits are shared between countries and industry, exploring synergies of extractive industry infrastructure investments, designing strategies for resource management, and promoting economic diversification through industrial and local procurement policies. That new supply is boosting demand for workers. "I feel very lucky," says Colorado School of Mines student Chris Enger, who has a job as a petroleum engineer waiting on him in Texas.

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Publisher: Cornell University Press; 1 edition (May 8, 2012)

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