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CMI Report | Jun 2010
Lack of local ownership is seen as a central explanation for why peacebuilding efforts often fail to yield sustainable peace dividends. But how is local ...
Peace building, Afghanistan, Haiti, Liberia, Sudan
U4 Practice Insight | Jan 2010
This Practice Insight summarises lessons learned from four case studies conducted to examine what bearing the notion of ownership has on anti-corruption ...
U4 Practice Insight | Sep 2009
How can donors promote national ownership in the projects and programmes they fund? How do national counterparts regard ownership? How to translate principles ...
private sector, practice insight, serbia
CMI Working Paper | Mar 2013
Local ownership of international statebuilding processes tends to be understood as a quality which is ‘supported’, ‘fostered’, ...
Post-conflict reconstruction, State-building, Aid, Sierra Leone
Book Chapter | Jan 2008
Introduction: Conceptualising Ownership in Aid Relations Alf Morten Jerve and Annette Skovsted Han
Sri Lanka: Exploring 'Ownership' of Aid-Funded Projects: a Comparative Study of Japanese, Norwegian and Swedish Project Aid
Book Chapter | Jan 2008
Sri Lanka: Exploring 'Ownership' of Aid-Funded Projects: a Comparative Study of Japanese, Norwegia
Development aid, Development projects, Comparative analysis, Sri Lanka
Edited Book | Jan 2008
This book offers fresh perspectives on the current aid effectiveness and aid relationship debates by focusing on the issue of ownership. The book ...
Development aid, Aid effectiveness, Viet Nam, Laos, Sri Lanka, Mongolia, Nepal, China, Thailand, Japan, Nordic countries
Journal Article | Jan 2002
Ownership and partnership: Does the new rhetoric solve the incentive problems in aid? Alf Morten Je
Book Chapter | Jan 2018
Ambigious land ownership in al-Salha, Omdurman: Land grabbing or business as usual? Munzoul Assal An
Book Chapter | Jan 2010
One Man Ownership: Political Parties and their Struggle for Democratic Standards Augustin Magolowon
CMI Working Paper | Jan 2000
In the international offshore industry we find that the oil companies and their main suppliers usually operate with separate ownership. But the main contractors ...
The Lost Peace. Collective Land Titling, Natural Resources and Armed Conflict in the Colombian Pacific
Event | 30 Sep 2010
What is the relationship between the change in the structure of land ownership and the dynamics of armed conflict in the Columbian Pacific, and how is it related to the planting and exploitation of palm oil?
CMI Report | Oct 2007
Is it possible to carry out governance assessments and develop diagnostic tools for enhancing governance while adhering to the principles of the Paris ...
Alignment, Assessments, Governance, Harmonisation, Ownership, Paris Declaration
CMI Working Paper | Mar 2017
Public financial transparency is increasingly advocated as a solution to concerns over legal tax planning by multinational corporations, and illegal tax ...
tax, transparency, tax evasion, beneficial ownership, fraud, money laundering
Tribal representation & local land governance in India: A case study from the Khasi Hills of Meghalaya
CMI Working Paper | Apr 2017
In India, the Schedule Tribes have remained on the fringes of growth, but less so in the majority tribal areas of the North East. This has increased the ...
tribal areas, Sixth Schedule, rights of ownership, Meghalaya, Khasi Hills, Jaintia Hills, Shillong township, Mowtari Mowlang village, India
Event | 31 Aug 2010
How do different models of ownership over natural resources affect poverty levels and social conflicts in Latin America? Who stand to gain and who stand to lose from nationalizing natural resources? And what do "natural resources" really mean for different groups in society?
News | 31 Oct 2005
"We will follow the political economy of the transition from war to peace and the role of third party engagement and issues related to the management and coordination of aid", says Gunnar M. Sørbø who will head the new four-year programme.
CMI Report | Jan 2004
Malawi and Zambia are poor and heavily indebted countries whose dependence on foreign aid is pronounced. They both qualify for debt relief in terms of ...
Poverty reduction, Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (PRSP), IMF, World Bank, Malawi, Zambia, Africa: Malawi
U4 Issue | Feb 2020
Effective engagement by communities is a crucial strategy for anti-corruption initiatives. However, encouraging involvement and civic-mindedness at a ...
News | 27 Oct 2014
A new report concludes that Norwegian umbrella and network organisations are effective in building capacity in the South, but are cost-inefficient and have poor systems for monitoring and evaluations. Researchers recommend a channeling of more funds to funding mechanisms for civil society in the South rather than leaning on umbrella and network organisations in Norway.