Mining Royalties and Incentives for Security Operations: Evidence from India's Red Corridor

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Vanden Eynde , Oliver (2015)
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Subject: [ SHS.ECO ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Economies and finances | natural resources | taxation | Conflict

Can tax regimes shape the incentives of governments to engage in or support counterinsurgency operations? India’s Maoist belt contains a large share of the country’s most valuable mineral deposits. Indian mining royalties benefit the States, but they are set by the cent... View more
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