For this month, IMF transparency guidelines, civil society and anti-corruption, and Myanmar MPs. NRGI's March roundup highlights these developments and more.

Natural Resource Governance Institute hails Statoil disclosures, calls for action in US.

How do nations go from zero oil, gas and mining activity to full-scale, responsible development? A new report by the International Business and Economics Development Center explores Georgia’s potential to commercialize its resources, become a more profitable transit country for neighboring Azerbaijan, and join the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), an international standard of transparency for resource-rich countries.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is in the midst of finalizing the fourth pillar of its new Fiscal Transparency Code (FTC) and public consultation on the draft has just drawn to a close...

In December 2014, NRGI president Dr. Daniel Kaufmann delivered a remote lecture to the Plataforma de la Sociedad Civil (G2020) in Madrid, Spain. Video of his speech is now available for viewing on YouTube.

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