Getting to Norway

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“Getting to Norway” is a unique book on prudent natural resources exploration & production, and their equitable utilization among stakeholders in African nations. Getting to Norway briefly introduces the historical and sociopolitical factors that hindered development in Africa. The author argues that political ideas (for example liberal democracy) and economic ideas (for example market economy) that delivered successful results in one country with a given sociopolitical foundations, cannot be copied and pasted in another country with different sociopolitical base. The book considers the sociopolitical factors that enabled successful petroleum resources management in Norway, and based on historical and current political environment in Africa presents a step by step approach for learning and introducing the Norwegian petroleum resources management model to Africa.

The book is a must-read not only for governmental officials and technocrats that that manage petroleum and other natural resources, but also to those who are involved in people’s public affairs such as national leaders, politicians, legislators, members of parliament, academia and development activities.

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"Getting to Norway" is a unique book on prudent natural resources exploration & production, and their equitable utilization among stakeholders in African nations. Getting to Norway briefly introduces the historical and sociopolitical factors that hindered development in Africa. The author argues that political ideas (for example liberal democracy) and economic ideas (for example market economy) that delivered successful results in one country with a given sociopolitical foundations, cannot be copied and pasted in another country with different sociopolitical base. The book considers the sociopolitical factors that enabled successful petroleum resources management in Norway, and based on historical and current political environment in Africa presents a step by step approach for learning and introducing the Norwegian petroleum resources management model to Africa.

The book is a must-read not only for governmental officials and technocrats that that manage petroleum and other natural resources, but also to those who are involved in people's public affairs such as national leaders, politicians, legislators, members of parliament, academia and development activities.

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