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Has the EITI been successful? Reviewing evaluations of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative
U4 Brief | Aug 2017
Has the EITI been successful? Many efforts have been devoted to improving resource governance through the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative. ...
natural resource management
Which Grievances Make People Support Violence against the State? Survey Evidence from the Niger Delta
Journal Article | Jan 2017
Previous research has established a link between oil production and armed conflict in low- and middle-income countries. Oil-related grievances are viewed ...
U4 Report | Dec 2015
A strong dialogue between government and civil society provides a sound foundation for open government reforms in Croatia. The adoption and implementation ...
open government, participation, consultation, OGP, Croatia
Egypt's constitutional cul-de-sac: Enabling military oversight and a security state in a nominally democratic order
CMI Insight | Apr 2014
Egyptians began 2014 being summoned back to the polls for the third time in three years on a constitutional matter. This time, as in the past two ...
Commissioned Report | Jan 2010
Good Tax Governance (GTG) and more effective tax systems are central for sustainable development because they can: (i) mobilise the domestic tax base ...
CMI Report | Jul 2010
Systematic studies of the banking sector’s involvement in facilitating capital flight from developing countries are limited. This report was commissioned ...
Mobilising resources for regional integration in Southern Africa. Towards a SADC capacity-building fund
CMI Report | Jan 1996
Two fundamental problems have been figuring on the agenda of SADC since 1990: donor dependency and institutional structure. While not divorcing the broader ...
Regional integration, Capacity building, Southern Africa, Africa: SADC
CMI Report | Jan 1996
In 1986 the member states of the then Southern African Development Coordination Conference (SADC) and the five Nordic countries signed a joint declaration ...
Regional cooperation, International relations, North-South relations, Scandianvia, Southern Africa, Africa: SADC
Caretakers` acceptability of different delivery mechanisms of Post-discharge Malaria Chemoprevention (PMC) in Zomba, Southern Malawi A qualitative study under the GLOBVAC funded Post-discharge Malaria Chemoprevention Delivery (PMC) study
Journal Article | Apr 2018
In malaria endemic countries of sub-Saharan Africa, many children develop severe anaemia due to previous and current malaria infections. After blood transfusions ...
Health, malaria, Malawi
Project | Oct 2014 - Sep 2019
BACKGROUND: Children hospitalised with severe anaemia in Africa are at high risk of readmission or death within 6 months after discharge. No strategy ...
Health, malaria, community health workers, Malawi, Uganda, Kenya
Project | Feb 2001 - Jan 2006
This PhD project explores corruption in international trade and foreign direct investment. Tina Søreide is a PhD student at the Norwegian School ...
Business climate, corruption, bribery, foreign direct investments (FDI), international trade, procurement, market reform
Event | 11 Sep 2008
Ambassador Mussagy Jeichande from Mozambique's Ministry of Foreign Affairs discusses the situation in Zimbabwe, and on the current role of SADC (Southern African Development Community).
News | 1 Dec 2008
Torunn Wimpelmann Chaudhary won a PhD-grant to study the impact of decades of war and the particular features of the post-Taliban order on women's vulnerability to violence both in public and private places.
News | 5 Oct 2016
The Colombians rejected the peace agreement. Is the vote a ‘no’ to peace? In a landmark referendum on 2 October 2016, Colombian voters rejected ...
Journal Article | Sep 2020
This paper studies whether an increase in women's intrahousehold bargaining power causes couples to allocate more resources to their child's education, ...
Journal Article | Jul 2020
We argue that polygyny creates a social imbalance where few, economically well-off men marry many wives and many poor men marry late or never. By definition, ...
Polygyny, Bride prices, Family, Violence, Africa, Africa
CMI Working Paper | Jan 2018
Corruption appears to be an important driver of the resource curse in developing countries. We report from a large-scale field experiment in Tanzania ...
Natural resources, Corruption, Field experiment, Behavioral economics, Political, economy, Tanzania, Tanzania
CMI Brief | Apr 2018
Reserved-seat quotas have been used worldwide as a measure to get more women in parliament. However, they are meant to be temporary until women can compete ...
quota- to non-quota seats, women in parliament, Tanzania, Uganda
Journal Article | Jan 2017
Although many African governments introduced provisions for subnational elections in the early 1990s, there is variation in the extent to which these ...
Decentralisation, post-conflict states, Angola, Ethiopia, South Africa
CMI Working Paper | Dec 2016
Tanzania has recently discovered large petroleum reserves, boosting its reserve natural resource stocks and potential future revenue flows. What is the ...
petroleum, bureucracy, revenue flows, natural resources, institutions, Tanzania