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Book | forthcoming 2020

(In Press) Fishers, Monks and Cadres: Navigating State, Religion and the South China Sea in Central Vietnam, co-published by NIAS Press and the University of Hawai'i Press

This remarkable and timely ethnography explores how fishing communities living on the fringe of the South China Sea in central Vietnam interact with state and religious authorities as well as...
Edyta Roszko (2020)
NIAS Press and the University of Hawai'i Press
Journal Article | 2019

A Triad of Confrontation: State Discipline, Buddhist Purification, and Indiscipline as a Local Strategy in Central Vietnam

In the village of Sa Huỳnh, state, fishers, and Buddhist clergy draw from semiotic ideologies but often employ a common political language, rarely agreeing on its meaning. Highlighting different structural...
Edyta Roszko (2019)
in Journal of Contemporary Ethnography vol. 48 no. 2 pp. 183-208
Journal Article | 2019

Public Anthropology in Changing Times

Public anthropology is a collective aspiration shaped by generally shared values and intentions within significant sections of social and cultural anthropology. The impetus behind the creation of the journal Public...
Robert Borofsky and Antonio De Lauri (2019)
in Public Anthropologist vol. 1 no. 1
Journal Article | 2011

Triadic power relations in rural Nepal

We generalise Basu’s (1986) model of triadic power. For one landlord and multiple merchants the landlord’s threat towards a labourer becomes credible in the original stage game. For multiple landlords...
Magnus Hatlebakk (2011)
in Journal of Development Studies. vol.47 no.11 pp. 1739-1756
Journal Article | 2006

Company Interests and Foreign Aid Policy: Playing Donors out against each other.

Despite the importance attached to conditionality by the donors, and the fact that aid is a crucial income source for the recipient, it is found that conditionality fails. One explanation...
Espen Villanger (2006)
in European Economic Review vol. 50 no. 3 April pp. 533-545
Journal Article | 2004

Company influence on foreign aid disbursement: Is conditionality credible when donors have mixed motives?

When donors enforce conditionality upon recipients who do not implement the conditions, companies can suffer from cancellation of their contracts with the recipient when aid dries up. A strategic recipient...
Espen Villanger (2004)
in Southern Economic Journal vol. 71 no. 2 pp. 334-351
CMI Working Paper | 2003

Company influence on foreign aid disbursement: Is conditionality credible when donors have mixed motives?

When donors enforce conditionality upon recipients who do not implement the conditions, companies can suffer from cancellation of their contracts with the recipient when aid dries up. A strategic recipient...
Espen Villanger (2003)
Bergen: Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI Working Paper WP 2003:4) 33 p.
CMI Working Paper | 2003

Company interests and foreign aid policy: Playing donors out against each other

Despite the importance attached to conditionality by the donors, and the fact that aid is a crucial income source for the recipient, it is found that conditionality fails. One explanation...
Espen Villanger (2003)
Bergen: Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI Working Paper WP 2003:5) 40 p.
Journal Article | 2002

"A new and robust subgame perfect equilibrium in a model of triadic power relations."

This note presents a new subgame perfect equilibrium in an infinitely repeated game, which has Basu's triadic model as the stage game (Oxford Econ. Pap., 38 (1986) 259). The payoff...
Magnus Hatlebakk (2002)
in Journal of Development Economics vol. 68 no. 1 pp. 225-232
Report in External Series | 2002

Triadic power relations with production, external markets and multiple agents.

We discuss whether Basu's (1986) model of triadic power relations is robust to generalizations where we allow multiple landlords, merchants and laborers. In the special case of one landlord and...
Magnus Hatlebakk (2002)
(Center for Analytical Economics. Department of Economics. Cornell University. Working Paper. no. 02-18)