Keith Slack

Oxfam America; Carnegie Council Fellow, 2002-2003

Keith Slack is Senior Policy Advisor for Oxfam America. His work focuses on monitoring the impacts of the oil and mining industries on poverty and economic development in developing countries.

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NOV 21, 2008 Article

Policy Innovations Digital Magazine (2006-2016): Commentary: Corporate Social License and Community Consent

Moving beyond "social license" to respecting the principle of consent can be an effective way for companies and communities to control risks and create mutual ...

DEC 7, 2006 Podcast

Developing Economy Dependence on Natural Resource Trade

Keith Slack looks at the dependence on natural resource trade among developing economies and the paradox of governance as a remedy to the resource curse. ...

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NOV 21, 2006 Article

Policy Innovations Digital Magazine (2006-2016): Innovations: Putting Teeth in Corporate Social Responsibility

Keith Slack discusses how corporate social responsibility could become more effective by changing the incentives that govern corporate access to capital and markets.

APR 28, 2003 Transcript

Drilling to Democracy--or Despotism? Conversation with Carnegie Council Fellow Keith Slack

Carnegie Fellow Keith Slack discusses Iraq using its oil wealth to sustain prosperity and democracy.&nbsp; But there are&nbsp;reasons to proceed with caution: ...