The half-good oil contract may or may not bring chicken feed money

The previous column critically analysed the cost components of the production sharing agreement with ExxonMobil.

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Chicken feed money and cost issues

The previous six columns asked the question whether Guyana could escape the natural resource curse.

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Oil and other sectors

Part 6 The previous column explored how the lack of economic research capacity might have contributed to the lopsided contract in favour of ExxonMobil.

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Economic research capacity and the oil contract Part 5

Making predictions in a complex and non-linear world often involves identifying initial conditions and then sequentially reasoning (or solving) forward.

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Could Guyana escape the natural resource curse? Part 4

In the previous column we explored the possibility of Guyana becoming a petro state overnight.

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