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  • Capstones | Columbia | SIPA
    produces an actionable report and an oral briefing Workshops give students a chance to refine their skills and knowledge make a positive contribution and build a network Workshops are required for the Master of International Affairs MIA Master of Public Administration MPA and Master of Public Administration in Environmental Science and Policy ESP Search Advanced Search Field of Study Economic and Political Development Energy and Environment Human Rights and Humanitarian Policy International Finance and Economic Policy International Security Policy Urban and Social Policy Specializations Advanced Policy and Economic Analysis Applied Science Gender and Public Policy International Conflict Resolution International Media Advocacy and Communications International Organizations Management Region United States Southern Asia East Central Europe East Asia Europe Latin America Russia Middle East Africa Semester View All Fall 2015 https courseworks columbia edu portal site SIPAU9000 038 2015 1 Spring 2015 Summer 2014 Summer 2015 Spring 2014 Fall 2014 Fall 2013 Summer 2013 Spring 2013 Fall 2012 Summer 2012 Spring 2012 Fall 2011 Summer 2011 Spring 2011 Fall 2010 Summer 2010 Spring 2010 Fall 2009 Summer 2009 Spring 2009 Fall 2008 Summer 2008 Spring 2008 Fall 2007 Summer 2007 Spring 2007 Fall 2006 Summer 2006 Spring 2006 Fall 2005 Summer 2005 Spring 2005 Fall 2004 Spring 2004 Summer 2004 Fall 2003 Application Status Open Featured Event Yes Sort by Semester Client Title Order Asc Desc 106 Results Viewing 1 106 MIA MPA Capstones EPD Workshops ESP Workshops H R 764 The Coastal State Climate Change Planning Act Advisor Howard N Apsan Semester Summer 2013 View Details Invasive Fish and Wildlife Prevention Act H R 996 Advisor Robert A Cook Semester Summer 2013 View Details Public Land Renewal Energy Development Act of 2013 Advisor Kathleen Callahan Semester Summer 2013 View Details S 1120 Provides Small Businesses with Grants to Commercialize Energy and Environmental Technology Innovations In State Advisor Louise Rosen Semester Summer 2013 View Details S 332 Climate Protection Act of 2013 Advisor Steven A Cohen Semester Summer 2013 View Details Safety and Fraud Enforcement for Seafood Act Advisor Matthew Palmer Semester Summer 2013 View Details An Act Concerning the Reclassification of Trash To Energy Facilities as Class I Renewable Energy Sources CT Raised Bill No 5118 Semester Summer 2012 View Details H R 258 The Chesapeake Bay Accountability and Recovery Act of 2011 Advisor Howard N Apsan Semester Summer 2012 View Details Harmful Algal Blooms and Hypoxia Research and Control Amendments Act of 2011 Advisor Matthew Palmer Semester Summer 2012 View Details New York State Senate Bill S 6892 April 4 2012 The High volume Hydraulic Fracturing Waste Tracking Program Advisor Steven A Cohen Semester Summer 2012 View Details Oil Pollution Environmental Review Act of 2010 US House Resolution 52 Advisor Kathleen Callahan Semester Summer 2012 View Details Water Infrastructure Sustainability and Resilience Act of 2011 U S House Resolution 2738 Semester Summer 2012 View Details H R 594 The Coastal Jobs Creation Act of 2011 Advisor Lloyd R Kass Semester Fall 2011 View Details Fracturing Responsibility and Awareness of Chemicals

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  • Increasing Cyberliteracy as a Response to Cyberthreats: A Policy Approach | Columbia | SIPA
    Classes Course Evaluations Course Registration Workshops Workshops Overview Workshop Directory Workshop Students Workshop Clients Faculty Research Faculty Directory Search Faculty Global Fellows Research Scholars Research Directory Search Research PhD Student Research Centers Institutes SIPA Centers Affiliated Centers Libraries Resources Columbia University Libraries E resources Lehman Social Sciences Library Experience SIPA About SIPA Dean s Message SIPA and Columbia SIPA and New York City SIPA and the World History of SIPA Tech Policy SIPA Dean s Public Policy Challenge Grant Professional Associations Visit SIPA Student Life SIPASA Student Organizations News Media Inquiries SIPA News SIPA Publications SIPA Livestreams SIPA Video Events Calendar This Week Monthly Global Leadership Awards Gala SIPA People Meet SIPA SIPA Faculty and Research Scholars SIPA Senators Careers Services About OCS Recruitment Career Advising Coaching Professional Development Course Career FAQs Resources Fact Sheets Career Overviews Sample Resumes Online Databases Subscriptions Online Networks Newsletter Webinars SIPAlink Job Internship Listings Career Events Internship Reports Internship Program Internship Requirement Federal Work Study Summer Internship Grants Forms Internship Reports International Student Work Authorization Employment Statistics MIA MPA by Year Career Paths by Concentration Career Paths by Degree Program Employers Hire SIPA Students Graduates On Campus Recruitment Post Jobs Internships Alumni Profiles Employer FAQs Offer a Capstone Workshop Home Capstone Workshops Increasing Cyberliteracy as a Response to Cyberthreats A Policy Approach MIA MPA Capstone Increasing Cyberliteracy as a Response to Cyberthreats A Policy Approach Client a Global Investment Bank Advisor Harry Silver Semester Spring 2014 Application Status Closed Over the past decade cyberattacks have plagued the Global Financial Services Sector GFSS Cyberattackers target vulnerabilities created by financial sector clients lack of cyberliteracy Increasing levels of cyberliteracy through coordinated public policy measures represent a promising area in crafting a solution to this growing problem There are a number of analogous situations to the current cybersecurity situation in which policy has influenced individual behavior The widespread adoption of emerging technologies and advances in the scientific fields has prompted the challenges addressed through these policies where an unperceived risk has existed in the past The four analogues analyzed in depth include anti smoking SARS aviation and driving safety They are examples of an integrated policy approach executed across a number of domains by a number of different organizations to address a societal level threat The Capstone workshop team proposed an integrated policy approach for cybersecurity coined the 5N 1 Bundle It is composed of Nab Nudge Nag Normalize and Nullify plus financial incentives rewards The goal of 5N 1 is to promote cyberhygienic actions and raise awareness of the consequences of straying from these practices Awareness campaigns and regulatory nudges can create bottom up changes This bundle approach represents a paradigm shift in policy thinking regarding the promotion of cybersecurity Following implementation the outcome would reduce the success of cyberattacks on individual clients and thus the financial sector and their adjacent stakeholders News October 31 2014 Dean s Policy Challenge Names Nine Semifinalists in Second Competition October 24 2014 Giving Day Returns October 23 2014 2015

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  • Infrastructure Investment in Growth Markets | Columbia | SIPA
    Science Gender and Public Policy International Conflict Resolution International Media Advocacy and Communications International Organization UN Studies Management Courses SIPA Course Search University Directory of Classes Course Evaluations Course Registration Workshops Workshops Overview Workshop Directory Workshop Students Workshop Clients Faculty Research Faculty Directory Search Faculty Global Fellows Research Scholars Research Directory Search Research PhD Student Research Centers Institutes SIPA Centers Affiliated Centers Libraries Resources Columbia University Libraries E resources Lehman Social Sciences Library Experience SIPA About SIPA Dean s Message SIPA and Columbia SIPA and New York City SIPA and the World History of SIPA Tech Policy SIPA Dean s Public Policy Challenge Grant Professional Associations Visit SIPA Student Life SIPASA Student Organizations News Media Inquiries SIPA News SIPA Publications SIPA Livestreams SIPA Video Events Calendar This Week Monthly Global Leadership Awards Gala SIPA People Meet SIPA SIPA Faculty and Research Scholars SIPA Senators Careers Services About OCS Recruitment Career Advising Coaching Professional Development Course Career FAQs Resources Fact Sheets Career Overviews Sample Resumes Online Databases Subscriptions Online Networks Newsletter Webinars SIPAlink Job Internship Listings Career Events Internship Reports Internship Program Internship Requirement Federal Work Study Summer Internship Grants Forms Internship Reports International Student Work Authorization Employment Statistics MIA MPA by Year Career Paths by Concentration Career Paths by Degree Program Employers Hire SIPA Students Graduates On Campus Recruitment Post Jobs Internships Alumni Profiles Employer FAQs Offer a Capstone Workshop Home Capstone Workshops Infrastructure Investment in Growth Markets MIA MPA Capstone Infrastructure Investment in Growth Markets Client Accenture Advisor Joel Moser Semester Spring 2014 Final Report s View Executive Summary PDF Application Status Closed Accenture a global management consulting technology services and outsourcing company provides expertise across all industries and business functions from corporations to local governments The company s Growth and Strategy unit an internal strategy team asked the Capstone group to identify business opportunities in the transportation infrastructure space in four growth markets 1 Australia 2 Brazil 3 India and 4 South Africa In doing so the Capstone workshop team provided market insights on the economic political and infrastructure context in each country The team also conducted a value chain analysis to identify the financing and bidding processes projected infrastructure spend key players involved and based the recommendations on these criteria Given the variety of case studies and diversity among markets each project touched upon a few key themes referenced below Governments Need Assistance Multi billion dollar transportation projects in these growth markets require involvement from multiple stakeholders Conducting feasibility studies Executing government mandates Collecting bids and creating consortiums Financing through Public Private Partnerships Project Management Performance monitoring Impact evaluations Adherence to timelines Budget management Need for Integration Extensive Network Integration needed Standardizing signaling and other technological components News October 31 2014 Dean s Policy Challenge Names Nine Semifinalists in Second Competition October 24 2014 Giving Day Returns October 23 2014 2015 Graduation Speaker Caroline Kennedy October 20 2014 Jorge Castañeda Examines Disconnects in U S Mexico Relations October 17 2014 On the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize October

    Original URL path: https://sipa.columbia.edu/academics/capstone-workshops/infrastructure-investment-in-growth-markets (2014-11-06)
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  • Ross Schaap | Columbia | SIPA
    and Economic Analysis Applied Science Gender and Public Policy International Conflict Resolution International Media Advocacy and Communications International Organization UN Studies Management Courses SIPA Course Search University Directory of Classes Course Evaluations Course Registration Workshops Workshops Overview Workshop Directory Workshop Students Workshop Clients Faculty Research Faculty Directory Search Faculty Global Fellows Research Scholars Research Directory Search Research PhD Student Research Centers Institutes SIPA Centers Affiliated Centers Libraries Resources Columbia University Libraries E resources Lehman Social Sciences Library Experience SIPA About SIPA Dean s Message SIPA and Columbia SIPA and New York City SIPA and the World History of SIPA Tech Policy SIPA Dean s Public Policy Challenge Grant Professional Associations Visit SIPA Student Life SIPASA Student Organizations News Media Inquiries SIPA News SIPA Publications SIPA Livestreams SIPA Video Events Calendar This Week Monthly Global Leadership Awards Gala SIPA People Meet SIPA SIPA Faculty and Research Scholars SIPA Senators Careers Services About OCS Recruitment Career Advising Coaching Professional Development Course Career FAQs Resources Fact Sheets Career Overviews Sample Resumes Online Databases Subscriptions Online Networks Newsletter Webinars SIPAlink Job Internship Listings Career Events Internship Reports Internship Program Internship Requirement Federal Work Study Summer Internship Grants Forms Internship Reports International Student Work Authorization Employment Statistics MIA MPA by Year Career Paths by Concentration Career Paths by Degree Program Employers Hire SIPA Students Graduates On Campus Recruitment Post Jobs Internships Alumni Profiles Employer FAQs Offer a Capstone Workshop Home Faculty Research Faculty Directory Ross Schaap Ross Schaap Adjunct Associate Professor rs3259 columbia edu Biography Ross Schaap is a director at Eurasia Group where he leads the Comparative Analytics practice group which is responsible for comparative analysis including developing quantitative methods for the research platform He also covers Japan for the Asia practice group Ross received a PhD in political science from UCLA and a master s degree in Asian studies focused on Japan from the University of Hawaii His academic research focused on the relationship between political institutions incentives economic regulatory policy and economic outcomes He has lived and researched extensively in Japan conducting empirical research on Japanese financial deregulation and the relationship between regulatory policy design and market outcomes Previously Ross worked as a visiting professor at the University of California in the Davis Department of Political Science He spent the 2003 2004 academic year as a research fellow in Harvard University s Program on US Japan relations at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs He has published articles on financial regulatory reform and the domestic politics of banking in Japan and presented papers at numerous professional conferences Courses INAF U8210 Managing Political Risk View in Directory of Classes INAF U8210 Managing Political Risk View in Directory of Classes News October 31 2014 Dean s Policy Challenge Names Nine Semifinalists in Second Competition October 24 2014 Giving Day Returns October 23 2014 2015 Graduation Speaker Caroline Kennedy October 20 2014 Jorge Castañeda Examines Disconnects in U S Mexico Relations October 17 2014 On the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize October 16 2014 Martin Wolf

    Original URL path: https://sipa.columbia.edu/faculty/ross-schaap (2014-11-06)
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  • Jorge O. Mariscal | Columbia | SIPA
    Students Workshop Clients Faculty Research Faculty Directory Search Faculty Global Fellows Research Scholars Research Directory Search Research PhD Student Research Centers Institutes SIPA Centers Affiliated Centers Libraries Resources Columbia University Libraries E resources Lehman Social Sciences Library Experience SIPA About SIPA Dean s Message SIPA and Columbia SIPA and New York City SIPA and the World History of SIPA Tech Policy SIPA Dean s Public Policy Challenge Grant Professional Associations Visit SIPA Student Life SIPASA Student Organizations News Media Inquiries SIPA News SIPA Publications SIPA Livestreams SIPA Video Events Calendar This Week Monthly Global Leadership Awards Gala SIPA People Meet SIPA SIPA Faculty and Research Scholars SIPA Senators Careers Services About OCS Recruitment Career Advising Coaching Professional Development Course Career FAQs Resources Fact Sheets Career Overviews Sample Resumes Online Databases Subscriptions Online Networks Newsletter Webinars SIPAlink Job Internship Listings Career Events Internship Reports Internship Program Internship Requirement Federal Work Study Summer Internship Grants Forms Internship Reports International Student Work Authorization Employment Statistics MIA MPA by Year Career Paths by Concentration Career Paths by Degree Program Employers Hire SIPA Students Graduates On Campus Recruitment Post Jobs Internships Alumni Profiles Employer FAQs Offer a Capstone Workshop Home Faculty Research Faculty Directory Jorge O Mariscal Jorge O Mariscal Adjunct Professor of International and Public Affairs jm2871 columbia edu International Affairs Building 13th Floor Biography Jorge Mariscal serves as Director of Investment Research He has over 18 years of experience in international financial markets with 15 years specifically dedicated to emerging markets His expertise is in core research and portfolio strategy Mr Mariscal has served in senior positions on Wall Street with extensive experience in building and managing top ranked research teams and advising emerging markets portfolio managers Prior to joining the Investment Manger Mr Mariscal was a Managing Director at Goldman Sachs in charge of coordinating the firm s global emerging markets research product and portfolio strategy for Latin American equities From 1992 to 2001 he and his team were frequently named to the prestigious Institutional Investor Latin American Research Team as well as other similar polls While at Goldman Sachs he also founded and directed the Latin American Equity Research Group which grew to a peak of 33 professionals from seven different countries providing research on Latin American equities Prior to this Mr Mariscal held senior positions at The Nomura Research Institute where he led the Latin American economic and equity research effort He also served as a Vice President on the sovereign debt restructuring desk of Manufacturers Hanover Trust and began his career at Merrill Lynch working with the firm s Chief Economist Mr Mariscal was born and raised in Mexico City He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from The Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana and holds a Ph D in Economics and International Finance from New York University Education BA in Economics from Universidad Autonomo Metropolitana PhD in Economics and International Finance from New York University News October 31 2014 Dean s Policy Challenge Names Nine Semifinalists in Second Competition

    Original URL path: https://sipa.columbia.edu/faculty/jorge-o-mariscal (2014-11-06)
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  • Impact of Investment in Infrastructure in Emerging Markets | Columbia | SIPA
    Scholars Research Directory Search Research PhD Student Research Centers Institutes SIPA Centers Affiliated Centers Libraries Resources Columbia University Libraries E resources Lehman Social Sciences Library Experience SIPA About SIPA Dean s Message SIPA and Columbia SIPA and New York City SIPA and the World History of SIPA Tech Policy SIPA Dean s Public Policy Challenge Grant Professional Associations Visit SIPA Student Life SIPASA Student Organizations News Media Inquiries SIPA News SIPA Publications SIPA Livestreams SIPA Video Events Calendar This Week Monthly Global Leadership Awards Gala SIPA People Meet SIPA SIPA Faculty and Research Scholars SIPA Senators Careers Services About OCS Recruitment Career Advising Coaching Professional Development Course Career FAQs Resources Fact Sheets Career Overviews Sample Resumes Online Databases Subscriptions Online Networks Newsletter Webinars SIPAlink Job Internship Listings Career Events Internship Reports Internship Program Internship Requirement Federal Work Study Summer Internship Grants Forms Internship Reports International Student Work Authorization Employment Statistics MIA MPA by Year Career Paths by Concentration Career Paths by Degree Program Employers Hire SIPA Students Graduates On Campus Recruitment Post Jobs Internships Alumni Profiles Employer FAQs Offer a Capstone Workshop Home Capstone Workshops Impact of Investment in Infrastructure in Emerging Markets MIA MPA Capstone Impact of Investment in Infrastructure in Emerging Markets Client Accenture Advisor Jorge O Mariscal Semester Spring 2012 Final Report s View Final Presentation PDF Application Status Closed Accenture has engaged this Capstone team to help them identify business opportunities that may result from infrastructure spending in the emerging economies around the world The research had 5 objectives Provide a mapping for 23 emerging countries and XX infrastructure sectors of the current state and future needs for infrastructure To help this effort we have benchmarked the different states of infrastructure around the emerging world to that of the US today We have estimated absolute needs as the increase in infrastructure it would take for each country to reach US levels Identify what countries government and private sector are doing to meet those needs in terms of spending priorities We have obtained total levels of infrastructure as well as annual rates of infrastructure spending for 23 countries across 15 sectors We have also compiled a list of main players companies and entities private and public in the field of infrastructure both locally and globally Create an opportunity risk heat map by combining our own developed country risk index which we have customized for specific infrastructure risks with pools of spending for infrastructure in different countries and sectors In addition we have ranked these opportunities by our own developed Information Technology Intensity Index given Accenture s business strength in this area Indentify key trends in infrastructure spending in emerging markets We have identified 10 trends 3 are global across sectors and 7 are sector or country specific To develop a set of preliminary projections of the main infrastructure areas though 2020 To provide a set of 8 case studies for countries of the highest priority for Accenture as defined in discussions between Accenture and the team News

    Original URL path: https://sipa.columbia.edu/academics/capstone-workshops/impact-of-investment-in-infrastructure-in-emerging-markets (2014-11-06)
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  • Mapping Practical Guide to International Surveillance Laws and Regulations | Columbia | SIPA
    Libraries Resources Columbia University Libraries E resources Lehman Social Sciences Library Experience SIPA About SIPA Dean s Message SIPA and Columbia SIPA and New York City SIPA and the World History of SIPA Tech Policy SIPA Dean s Public Policy Challenge Grant Professional Associations Visit SIPA Student Life SIPASA Student Organizations News Media Inquiries SIPA News SIPA Publications SIPA Livestreams SIPA Video Events Calendar This Week Monthly Global Leadership Awards Gala SIPA People Meet SIPA SIPA Faculty and Research Scholars SIPA Senators Careers Services About OCS Recruitment Career Advising Coaching Professional Development Course Career FAQs Resources Fact Sheets Career Overviews Sample Resumes Online Databases Subscriptions Online Networks Newsletter Webinars SIPAlink Job Internship Listings Career Events Internship Reports Internship Program Internship Requirement Federal Work Study Summer Internship Grants Forms Internship Reports International Student Work Authorization Employment Statistics MIA MPA by Year Career Paths by Concentration Career Paths by Degree Program Employers Hire SIPA Students Graduates On Campus Recruitment Post Jobs Internships Alumni Profiles Employer FAQs Offer a Capstone Workshop Home Capstone Workshops Mapping Practical Guide to International Surveillance Laws and Regulations MIA MPA Capstone Mapping Practical Guide to International Surveillance Laws and Regulations Client Access Advisor Anya Schiffrin Semester Spring 2015 View Syllabus PDF Application Status Open The project will be conducted under Access focus areas on privacy and surveillance which work on threats at the intersection of human rights and communications surveillance In 2013 Access helped to draft the International Principles on the Application of Human Rights to Communications Surveillance or the Principles Drawing on international law and jurisprudence and endorsed by more than 400 civil society organizations worldwide the Principles serve to inform the public debate on the appropriate limits of government surveillance and provide an evaluative framework for assessing how human rights apply when conducting communications surveillance They speak to a growing global consensus that government communications surveillance has gone too far and needs to be restrained Access promotes the Principles and encourages governments to codify them into binding law Government surveillance operations have reached a fever pitch making it difficult to keep up with not only technological developments but also legal standards in order to work toward the protection of the rights of users In response to revelations about the range of U S U K and other government surveillance programs and practices lawmaking bodies around the world now try to minimize the impact within their borders of surveillance from other states while maximizing internal surveillance capabilities Missing is a central database of surveillance laws and authorities that examines what separate jurisdictions permits or prohibit Such a database would also make it easier to conduct a comparative analysis on current legal regimes These analyses are vital to a full understanding of the global surveillance environment showing where reforms are needed In order to better advocate for incorporation of the Principles and assist with the drafting and finalization of an implementation guide Access seeks to create a snapshot of the current state of surveillance authorities around the world

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  • Preventing the Resource Curse In Uganda | Columbia | SIPA
    Fellows Research Scholars Research Directory Search Research PhD Student Research Centers Institutes SIPA Centers Affiliated Centers Libraries Resources Columbia University Libraries E resources Lehman Social Sciences Library Experience SIPA About SIPA Dean s Message SIPA and Columbia SIPA and New York City SIPA and the World History of SIPA Tech Policy SIPA Dean s Public Policy Challenge Grant Professional Associations Visit SIPA Student Life SIPASA Student Organizations News Media Inquiries SIPA News SIPA Publications SIPA Livestreams SIPA Video Events Calendar This Week Monthly Global Leadership Awards Gala SIPA People Meet SIPA SIPA Faculty and Research Scholars SIPA Senators Careers Services About OCS Recruitment Career Advising Coaching Professional Development Course Career FAQs Resources Fact Sheets Career Overviews Sample Resumes Online Databases Subscriptions Online Networks Newsletter Webinars SIPAlink Job Internship Listings Career Events Internship Reports Internship Program Internship Requirement Federal Work Study Summer Internship Grants Forms Internship Reports International Student Work Authorization Employment Statistics MIA MPA by Year Career Paths by Concentration Career Paths by Degree Program Employers Hire SIPA Students Graduates On Campus Recruitment Post Jobs Internships Alumni Profiles Employer FAQs Offer a Capstone Workshop Home Capstone Workshops Preventing the Resource Curse In Uganda MIA MPA Capstone Preventing the Resource Curse In Uganda Client Advocates Coalition for Development and Environment Advisor Jenik Radon Semester Spring 2012 Final Report s View Final Presentation PDF Application Status Closed The discovery of commercial quantities of oil presents Uganda with both opportunities and challenges Using reasonable estimates the country possesses at least 75 billion in assets in the form of oil five times Uganda s 2010 national GDP Even taking into account that the proceeds must be shared with oil companies and others oil will make a substantial addition to Uganda s national wealth There is great potential for Uganda to leverage this newly discovered wealth for the betterment of its people and to bring a generation out of poverty Uganda is at a crossroads Though colonization poverty corruption paranoid authoritarian president and self motivated warlords have torn apart the social fabric of Uganda multiple times over the past century the recent discovery of oil has sprouted a glimmer of hope a pot of gold that will raise the country out of the cycle of poverty At the same time this discovery has raised fears of a project that could swing dangerously wrong as it did in Africa s top oil producer Nigeria The Capstone project aimed to provide practical implementable advice to all stakeholders on how Uganda can turn oil revenues into a boon for all Ugandans in a sustainable and equitable way Press Releases Daily Monitor http www monitor co ug News National 688334 1362986 axdvl9z The Independent http www independent co ug cover story 5427 parliament to pass weak laws on oil Oil in Uganda http www oilinuganda org features environment you have to go slow in order to go fast html more 1990 SIPA News http columbiasipa tumblr com post 21218909551 avoiding the resource curse in uganda News October 31 2014

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