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Clustering as an organizational response to capital market inefficiency: evidence from microenterprises in Ethiopia
Journal Article | Mar 2014
Absence of a well-developed capital market has been listed as a key obstacle to industrialization in developing countries in the development literature. ...
Microenterprises, Finance, Entry barrier, Clustering, Africa, Ethiopia
CMI Report | Jan 1991
The Santals who constitute one of the largest communities in India belong to the Austro- Asiatic linguistic group. They have managed to keep their language ...
Santal medicine, Politics, Religion, India
Associated Senior Researcher
Economist whose current research focuses on the political economy of development, poverty dynamics, and corporate social responsibility
Game theory, ethics, public economics, international economics, social choice, Angola, Bangladesh, Malawi, Tanzania
Shady traffic: Part three: Review of the portefolio supported by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on combating trafficking in human beings
Report in External Series | Feb 2009
As a response to the growing international and national focus on combating human trafficking, Norway developed its first action plan on trafficking for ...
trafficking, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Macedonia
Project | Sep 2006 - Jul 2008
Aid effectiveness to infrastructure: a comparative study of East Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa Japan
U4 Brief | Dec 2009
This U4 Brief assesses how banks facilitate illicit capital flows from developing countries. The shortcomings of the existing regulatory frameworks are ...
PFM, international drivers of corruption, international drivers of corruption, Congo, Equatorial Guinea
DERAP Working Paper | Jan 1990
The Santals who constitute one of the largest communities in India, belong to the austro-asiatic linguistic group. They have managed to keep their language ...
India, Santal medicine, Politics, Religion, Asia: India
Project | Jan 1996
The conference on the Sri Lankan situation and the role of the international community was arranged by CMI, in cooperation with the All Parties Solidarity ...
CMI Report | Nov 2011
This thesis enquires into the policy consequences of the Mendoza case, a public interest litigation case in Argentina, in which several non-governmental ...
Pollution, River basins, Supreme court, Litigation, Argentina
Project | Jun 2010 - Jan 2013
A number of countries that are net importers of agricultural products have recently experienced tremendous price hikes on agricultural products. Bangladesh ...
Agricultural trade, Bangladesh, India, Bangladesh, India
CMI Report | Jun 2009
How can we understand the emerging donors? The role of ‘emerging’ donors is currently at the heart of the international aid discourse, ...
Development assistance, Aid policy, Emerging donors, India, South Korea, India, South Korea
Journal Article | Jan 2006
A liberal egalitarian theory of justice seeks to combine the values of equality, personal freedom, and personal responsibility. It is considered a much ...
Journal Article | Jan 2005
Altruistic donors face common good problem which calls for cooperation and policy integration. On the other hand, the more united and responsible donors ...
Project | Jan 2006 - Jun 2007
Taking as its point of departure duties and responsibilities essential to the alleviation of poverty, people-centred development and the exercise of fundamental ...
Human Rights, International obligations, Global
Book Chapter | Jan 2004
This article looks at co-ordination within humanitarian mine action (HMA), and co-ordination between HMA and other humanitarian and development initiatives. ...
Land mines, Humanitarian assistance, United Nations, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Afghanistan
Report in External Series | Jan 2004
This study was commissioned by the UNDP Mine Action Team in response to increasing demands from mine-affected countries and donor governments for guidance ...
Edited Book | Jan 1992
Along with the ecological crisis and the threat of nuclear weapons, poverty is today's primary moral and political challenge. The response of the rich ...
News | 30 May 2005
Empowerment, participation, accountability and non-discrimination: Operationalising a human rights-based approach to development, is the theme of this year's volume. CMI researcher Hugo Stokke explores the boundaries of state responsibility in his essay "What is left of State Responsibility? Turning State Obligations into State Responsibility in the Field of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.
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
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