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Democracy matters more than ever: Democracy assistance after the entrance of the "Emerging Southern Powers" in sub-Saharan Africa
CMI Brief | Aug 2011
Over the last ten years the new “Emerging Southern Powers” – China, India, Brazil and South Africa – have increased their ...
“A prison cell has no specific capacity”: An Evaluation on the Project “Improving Living Conditions and Access to Justice for Women, Young Offenders and Vulnerable Men in Prisons and Police Establishments in the Central, Eastern, Southern and part of the Northern Region of Malawi
Commissioned Report | Jan 2014
This is a commissioned evaluation report of a project implemented over three years by the Centre for Legal Assistance (CELA) in Malawi. It centred on ...
Prison conditions, women, children, human rights, Malawi
U4 Practitioner Experience Note | Aug 2020
The last 20 years has seen a solid international architecture established to fight corruption. However, the pace of progress has slowed in recent years. ...
The accumulation of unexplained wealth by public officials: Making the offence of illicit enrichment enforceable
U4 Brief | Jan 2012
Recent high-profile cases have focused attention on the transfer of assets abroad by heads of state and other senior officials from developing countries ...
international drivers of corruption, asset recovery, repatriation of stolen funds, international cooperation, mutual legal assistance, illicit enrichment, UNCAC, Tunisia, Egypt
Associated Research Professor
Political scientist focusing on democratisation and human rights, economic reform, taxation, institutional change and international aid, with a particular emphasis on Southern and Eastern Africa.
Democratisation, human rights, governance, electoral administration, political parties, economic reform, institutional change, taxation, and aid effectiveness, Africa: Sub Saharan Africa, in particular Namibia, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi
Globalisation and the Reinvention of Andean Tradition: The Politics of Community and Ethnicity in Highland Bolivia
Journal Article | Jan 2002
Travelling and working beyond the boundaries of their traditional communities, rural populations in the Andean Highlands have never really fitted with ...
Project | Aug 2005 - Feb 2006
The study will carry out an initial principle discussion about the link between rural electrification, economic development and poverty reduction with ...
Rural Electrification. Socio Economic Effects, Africa: Mozambique
Journal Article | Aug 2020
Legal Reform or Erasure of History? The Politics of Moral Crimes in Afghanistan Aziz Hakimi, Masooma
News | 30 Mar 2012
Economic compensation to families who let their children go to school is the best way to reduce child labour.
News | 22 Mar 2013
We need to understand the mechanisms that contribute to sustainable development and improvements in the life of people, says professor Lars G. Svåsand.
Book Chapter | Mar 2014
There are many reasons why there are differences across the globe in terms of how well opportunities for development and a good life are secured. One ...
Corruption, Economic Development
Review of Matantala Rural Integrated Enterprise and the community development with traditional leaders programme
Report in External Series | Sep 2009
The project on Community development with traditional leaders funded by the Norwegian Embassy and implemented by Matantala Rural Integrated Development ...
CMI Report | Jan 2008
This study is the first in a series of three on gender policies and feminisation of poverty in Mozambique, to be carried out in the period 2008-2010. ...
Mozambique, Gender, Poverty
News | 30 Mar 2006
UN estimates that 20 million are held in bonded labor. Several economic analyses assert that bonded laborers accept these contracts voluntarily, which could imply that a ban would make such laborers worse off. In his new CMI Working Paper, Espen VIllanger questions the voluntariness of bonded labor.
Project | Jun - Aug 2014
Gender is an important cross cutting issue in Norwegian development assistance in general and, due to the special conditions, in Afghnaistan in particular. ...
Gender, development, Afghanistan
Event | 6 Jun 2011
Since 2008 CEIC and CMI hold an annual conference that aims to present the results of research projects led by these two institutions.
The Future of Mechanized Schemes and Agricultural Investment in the South Kordofan State / Nuba Mountains
Sudan Working Paper | Sep 2016
Abstract This paper tackles the issue of the future of mechanized schemes and investment in the agricultural sector in the South Kordofan State/Nuba ...
agriculture, Sudan, South Sudan, Nuba, Nuba mountains, South Kordofan State
News | 17 Aug 2015
When societies go from military dictatorship to democracy or from internal armed conflict to peace, one of the toughest choices facing the government in the new order is how to deal with past violence. Great hopes have been pinned on transitional justice mechanisms, but the anticipated positive effects of transitional justice mechanisms on the process of restoring peace or (re)constructing democracy may be too high.
Report in External Series | Jan 2017
The Occupied Palestinian Territories is one of the world’s most aid-dependent countries. Despite overall levels of aid falling since 2009, the Territories ...
Event | 14 May 2012
How does the strategic interaction between modern law and customs work? How poor are the poor? These are among the questions that will be discussed in the Bergen Seminar in Development Economics.