‘It would be a fitting purchase for academic law libraries, especially those currently offering courses in international environmental law. It would also be an excellent resource for students working on law journal articles. ... This book is an affordable and excellent resource, well worth the investment.’
– Stacy Fowler, St Mary’s University School of Law, US
‘The book is a useful contribution to the topic of natural resources development in Africa. Each chapter is very well researched and supported by extensive reference lists; in addition each author has strong academic and professional qualifications. . . this academic text will be useful to both the student and the practitioner (of law, politics and economics). . . I would recommend the book and suggest that anyone who reads this book will come away with a good understanding of the social, political, economic and legal issues and drivers of natural resources investment and development in Africa.’
– Michelle Gaynor, International Trade and Business Law Review
‘This book is an excellent addition to the literature in this area. . . Natural Resource Investment and Africa’s Development is a significant contribution to recognising the wider issues. . . I highly recommend this book, not only for lawyers with an interest in African resources, but also for those who care about good governance in the regulation of the natural world. I will certainly be recommending it to students, past, present and future.’
– Anne-Michelle Slater, Environmental Law Review
‘This book makes a significant contribution to the literature on natural resource law and governance by engaging specifically with the issues arising in the African region. It covers a wide spectrum of issues that are key to the sustainable use of natural resources in the region, thus making it an important resource for anyone interested in natural resource governance and economic development in the African region.’
– Philippe Cullet, University of London, UK.