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Africa and the Curse of Natural Resources

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Africa has an abundance of natural resources. Is it a curse or a boon. Experts participate in a discussion at concept cafe in Oxford University, business school. Episode Guests: Dr Lalit Johri Professor Lalit Johri is a Senior Fellow in International Business at Saïd Business School and Director of the Oxford Advanced Management and Leadership Programme. His areas of expertise include strategy and leadership in international businesses, alliances including public private partnerships, public policy and institutional reforms and emerging markets. Lalit is a member of the International Editorial Board for the International Journal of Emerging Markets and of the Academy of Management. He has also served as Vice President (Australasia) of the Production and Operations Society, the Director/ member of the International Board of Building Partnerships for Development and a member of the Editorial Board of POMS Chronicle. He is member, Distinguished Advisory Board, Journal of Asian Business Studies. Lalit holds an MSc in Physics, an MBA and a PhD in Business Policy and Strategic Management Ebiaho Emafo Ebiaho is the Chief Executive Officer at Eroton Exploration & Production Co Ltd.Nigeria. He has vast experience of working with various organizations, United Nations, Airtel, Celtel, Lafarge, and Oando Plc. He has attended Cranfield University, University of Wales, Cardiff University, University of Menin and Oxford for various courses. Letsebe Sejoe Letsebe is the Chief Executive Officer of Botswana Investment and Trade Centre, Botswana. He other experience includes Botswana International Financial services Centre, Standard Chartered Bank Botswana, and Ministry of Finance Botswana. He attended Brandies University at Boston, USA, University of Botswana and Oxford for various education credentials
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