Predicting mining company-stakeholder conflict and incorporating social conditions into mining project valuation
External stakeholders are becoming increasingly involved in mine design and permitting decision-making. Yet, the systems in which mining investment decisions take place do not fully capture the importance of stakeholder influence on the success or failure of a mining venture. Conventional mine planning and permitting methods elevate technical expertise, conventional views of risk management, and financial justifications as the drivers of “objective” decision making. The rising influence of external stakeholders to mining project outcomes means that stakeholder attitudes on mining, and institutional ...
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Teschner, Benjamin Augustus
Holley, Elizabeth A.