Public Ethics Radio: Leif Wenar on the Resource Curse

Oct 7, 2008

There is a powerful case that corporations and countries that buy natural resources from bad actors in developing countries are violating the property rights of the people of those countries.

There is a powerful case that corporations and countries that buy natural resources from bad actors in developing countries are violating the property rights of the people of those countries.


Leif Wenar spoke to Public Ethics Radio about the intersection of property rights and natural resources, and discussed his ideas for stopping the theft.

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