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Richard Noetstaller

Richard Noetstaller
University of Leoben, Austria · Mining Engineering and Mineral Economics

PhD

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Nach einer langen Phase moderaten Wachstums brachte die Jahrhundertwende einen weltweiten Rohstoffboom von beispiellosem Ausmaß, der durch die Weltwirtschaftskrise jäh unterbrochen wurde. Ausschlaggebend dafür war der enorme Rohstoffbedarf in China, der inzwischen den der USA übersteigt. Nach Überwindung der Wirtschaftskrise wird die Rohstoffnachfr...
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Aufgrund des starken Anstieges der Weltbevölkerung und der globalen Wirtschaftsleistung wurden im 20. Jahrhundert mehr mineralische Rohstoffe verbraucht als in der gesamten Menschheitsgeschichte davor. Angesichts des unvermindert kräftigen Wirtschaftswachstums in den größeren Schwellenländern ist mit einer Verdoppelung des globalen Rohstoffbedarfes...
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Um den für eine Einordnung der Forschungsergebnisse erforderlichen Hintergrund zu schaffen, erscheint es zweckmäßig, zunächst die Entwicklungstendenzen in der Mineralrohstoffwirtschaft einer kurzen Betrachtung zu unterziehen. Der Schwerpunkt soll dabei der Entwicklung des Rohstoffbedarfes und der Rohstoffverfügbarkeit gewidmet werden.
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This paper reviews the role of non-metallic minerals in the economy and examines the relationship between demand patterns and the process of industrialization. As developing countries industrialize, large volumes of construction minerals (sand, gravel, crushed stone, etc.) will be required while with most other industrial minerals increasing quanti...
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Various inherent qualities of small-scale mining make this segment of the extractive sector particularly attractive for less developed economies. They contribute to the fact that this form of mining finds more favorable conditions in developing countries than in industrialized nations. The potential beneficial effects of small-scale mining together...
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The exhaustibility of mineral raw materials raises a number of economic questions which are peculiar to the mining sector. Mining economics optimization is a more complex form of decisionmaking than that in other sectors of industry.
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The most favorable prerequisites for competitiveness are possessed by medium-sized mines, since, on the one hand, they fall in the range of minimum production costs per piece and, on the other hand, they are less vulnerable than large mines to downturns in sales. The production costs per piece of a mine of given size decrease more and more as produ...
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A specific phenomenon of the mining sector of the less developed regions of the world is that frequently both traditional and advanced mining techniques are in use in the same or in comparable economic environments. This necessarily raises the question which of the two basically different alternatives represents the appropriate technology under the...

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