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Project | Oct - Nov 2012
8th November 2012, Elmina, Ghana A one-day programme on Good Governance and Corruption Prevention in the Petroleum Sector, arranged by ...
Project | Sep 2010 - Dec 2013
In this study of the political parties of Bangladesh we will assess the quality of the political parties and party coalitions along a number of indicators. First, ...
Political parties, good governance, politics, clientelism, political finance, Bangladesh
Event | 29 Mar 2012
Politics, inequality and poverty in resource-rich countries. Michael Alvarez invites the authors John McNeish and Logan Owen to probe into the impact of oil and gas industry.
Event | 23 May 2008
CANCELLED. Professor Amos Sawyer cannot come to Bergen 23 May.
U4 Issue | Jan 2005
The aim of this U4 Issue paper is to identify and discuss major challenges, appropriate responses, and relevant tools for addressing corruption in revenue ...
Corruption, public financial management and procurement, World
Report in External Series | May 2011
The report introduces a theoretical framework for analysis, and then discusses how Pakistan and Norway define governance and good governance before moving ...
good governance, Pakistan
News | 18 Dec 2012
China, India, Brazil and South Africa have become major economic actors and players on the African continent. The role of the West and traditional development aid is rapidly changing. Has the emerging South powers' entry into the African continent changed the name of the game?
News | 26 Jan 2012
During the past decade, Venezuela has used revenue from the oil sector to reduce poverty and foster social development. Questions of social inequalities are high up on the political agenda, says Iselin Åsedotter Strønen.
Event | 19 May 2010
The aim of this seminar is to take stock of the situation in Guatemala regarding poverty, security and indigenous rights and analyze the root causes of the disappointing developments following the signing of the peace accords in 1996.
News | 28 May 2013
There is huge variation in vaccination coverage across low- and middle-income countries. Some of the poorest countries perform far better than richer ones. The standard policy response to low coverage is to improve supply of vaccines. Researchers urge policymakers to also work on the demand side. - Health authorities should try making vaccination the default option, says CMI-director Ottar Mæstad.
CMI Working Paper | Jan 2006
What are "ordinary" Palestinian women's views on women's rights? How do they perceive their own rights situation? The term "ordinary" in this respect ...
Women, Gender, Rights, Women's rights, Palestine, Middle East
U4 Brief | Jan 2008
Broad national anti-corruption strategies have so far been a popular response by governments to wide-spread corruption in many countries. The results ...
Corruption, uncac, World
CMI Working Paper | Jan 1994
About half of tropical deforestation is commonly explained by the expansion of traditional agriculture (shifting cultivation). This article first questions ...
Shifting cultivation, Agriculture, Deforestation, Indonesia
Journal Article | Dec 2017
This paper discusses whether and to what extent resource-rich developing countries should introduce local content policies, i.e. requirements to include ...
Local content, petroleum, oil, natural gas, Tanzania
Book Chapter | Jan 1994
Refugees in Asia: Problems and practices of asylum for Indochinese and Afghan refugees Astri Suhrke
Book Chapter | Jan 2019
Policing is critical for children’s security but police are also responsible for preventing and addressing crime by children and younger persons. ...
U4 Brief | Aug 2015
New Deal for Engagement in Fragile States provides a framework in which donors and host countries establish shared priorities for reducing fragility, ...
aid, fragile states
Book Chapter | Jun 2007
A high level of corruption in a market implies that some firms will lose contracts because competitors offer bribes. An interesting question relates to ...
Journal Article | Jan 2002
This article reviews the literature on the 'smart sanctions' approach developed in the late 1990s in response to the failure of conventional sanctions ...
Sanctions, International relations, Global
Event | 22 May 2014
Rather than serving as civilian and humanitarian safe havens, refugee camps are notorious for their insecurity. When a violation occurs, to which actors shall responsibility be allocated?