Economic growth in Angola to 2017: The main challenges
This article argues that Angola’s “golden age” of tremendous post-war growth (2002-2008) has come to an end. Growth will at best be at a much lower level. Given the rapid population growth, annual gains in GDP per capita will be low. It also hypothesizes that with the current pattern of unequal national income redistribution, these gains will be absorbed by the richest.
Mining and the Incidence of Malaria in Angola and Ghana
Subverting the Constitution and Curtailing Civil Society. Angola’s New Law on NGOs.
Catarina Antunes Gomes, Cesaltina Abreu, Margareth Nangacovie, Inge Amundsen
Africa’s Social Policy Trajectories Since the Colonial Period: Constructing social policies in Portuguese-speaking African countries, the nefarious effects of instability
Margareth Nangacovie, Clementina Furtado, Ilsa Cá e Sá, Carmeliza Rosário
Media From the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean, Communication Systems in Portuguese-Speaking Africa
Orre, Aslak Jangård & Helge Rønning
Media Ownership in Africa in the Digital Age: Challenges, Continuity and Change
Helhetlig innsats i krise og konflikt. Hva mer kan Norge gjøre?
Ottar Mæstad, Nikolai Hegertun, Hans Inge Corneliussen
Helhetlig innsats i krise og konflikt. Hva er utfordringene?
Nikolai Hegertun, Ottar Mæstad
Examining poverty and food insecurity in the context of long-term social-ecological changes in Kabul, Afghanistan
Yograj Gautam, Anwesha Dutta, Patrick Jantz, Alark Saxena, Antonio De Lauri