Daniel Yergin, chairman of Cambridge Energy Resources Associates, says that the Iraqis themselves should be in charge of handling their own oil reserves.
Morris Adelman, author of "The Genie out of the Bottle: World Oil Since 1970," says that post-war Iraq should open up its oil industry and auction production rights to foreign oil companies. This way, Iraqis could make more money than if they choose to drill their oil reserves themselves.
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Daniel Yergin, chairman of Cambridge Energy Resources Associates
Morris Adelman, professor emeritus of economics at MIT and author of "The Genie out of the Bottle: World Oil Since 1970"
Raad Alkadiri, Director of Market Intelligence Service at PFC Energy, consulting firm to energy companies.
This program aired on April 2, 2003.