THE E GLOBAL INSTITUTIONAL ORDER AND THE PROBLEM OF RESOURCE CURSE
In Indian Journal of Commerce & Management Studies. Volume VI Issue 3
This paper is aimed at analysing the role of the global institutional order in resource curse. To achieve this aim, the author discussed the complexity of resource curse and the multifaceted nature of the activities that cause resource curse. Despite the complexity of resource curse and the multifaceted nature of the activities that cause resource curse, the particular role of the global institutional order is identified, among different causal roles played by different agents, and thus attributed causal responsibility to the global institutional order. This attribution of causal responsibility is based on the implicit argument, which pervades this paper, that any actor or agent that contributes to causingresource curse is responsible on the ‘level’, and to the extent, the actor or agent contributes tocausing resource curse.
This project receives funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Grant Agreement No 722826.