Is Natural Resource Wealth a ‘Blessing’ or a ‘Curse’ for Economic Growth?

Is Natural Resource Wealth a ‘Blessing’ or a ‘Curse’ for Economic Growth?

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Author(s): Aydan Mohnatova

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DOI: 10.18483/ijSci.2540 2 25 10-13 Volume 10 - Dec 2021

Abstract

Due to research and debate over this topic, studies have shown that a dependency on resources weaken economies and then in turn lead them to have a toll on human development index, nourishment of the population, life expectancy or availability of water (Bulte, Damania, and Robert T. Deacon 2005).

Keywords

Natural Resource, Economic Growth

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