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Event | 15 Oct 2010
Who owns the planet's natural wealth found under water, below ground, and in the air? How do we reconcile our use of these assets with that of future generations?
Project | Jan - Aug 2002
CMI conducted a survey of partnerships between Norwegian NGOs and business enterprises. Partnerships, especially those that include governments in the ...
Project | Feb - Sep 2017
The purpose of the study is to provide an effective and easily accessible overview of the current state of tax evasion. The study reviews and summarises ...
Tax evasion, tax compliance, economic crime, corruption
Project | Nov 2006 - Feb 2007
Recent CMI studies of the management of benefit streams from the extractive industries in Tanzania and Mali (CMI reports 2006:4 and 2006:11) reveal that ...
Mining, CSR, Tanzania
Report in External Series | Sep 2011
The relatively slow pace of Nigeria’s development has often been attributed to the phenomenon of the resource curse whereby the nature of the state ...
corruption, petroleum, natural resources, political economy, Nigeria
Best practice in capacity building in public finance management in Africa. Experiences of Norad and Sida
CMI Report | Jan 2002
This study was contracted by Sida and NORAD for the purpose of summarising experiences in capacity building for Public Finance Management (PFM) in Africa. ...
News | 8 Jun 2012
A new report documents measures that can make government and politics more responsive, more accountable and more transparent and enable citizens to take a greater role in governing themselves.
News | 2 May 2011
Astri Suhrke and Ingrid Samset challenge the analysis in the World Development Report: What is the purpose of this statistical analysis? Good policy must be based on nuanced research.
News | 30 Mar 2012
Economic compensation to families who let their children go to school is the best way to reduce child labour.
Project | Dec 2013 - Dec 2015
Operationalizing a rights-based approach to health service delivery (RBA-healthdelivery) is a joint effort by CMI, The World Bank Institute and Harvard ...
right to health, health system reform, right based approach, health care delivery
Political scientist focusing on conflict, peace and development
politicial violence, international development, gender equality, DR Congo, Nigeria, South Sudan
Project | Jan - Jun 2011
Despite the fact that poverty reduction and gender equality have been high on the political agenda in Mozambique for decades, standard indicators such ...
Mozambique, Gender, Equality
News | 28 Jun 2007
What are the challenges on issues related to corruption and other illegal causes of unfair competition?
News | 28 Jun 2007
Lise Rakner has been appointed professor in Comparative Politics at the University of Bergen. She is the first female professor at the Institute.
News | 29 Aug 2006
Dr. Kari Telle is a Social Anthropologist who has worked extensively on issues related to socio-religious change in Indonesia. Telle will work on the new Politics of Faith programme where she will study religious mobilization and the politics of 'security' in post-Suharto Indonesia.
Project | Jan 2008 - Dec 2010
The overall objective of the project is to contribute to the use of macro modeling for policy purposes in Angola and thus contribute to sound economic ...
Project | Mar - Oct 2008
The aims of the project are 1) to measure within country variations in health worker productivity in Ghana, Zambia, Rwanda, and Tanzania. and ...
Ghana, Zambia, Rwanda, Tanzania
Project | Jan 2003
This project examines the empirical relationship between financial development and economic growth. The employed data set includes a representative selection ...
Project | May - Jun 2011
The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has hovered low on governance-related indices for many years. In 2010, the country scored 2.0 out of a best ...
Corruption, anti-corruption, DR Congo
Book Chapter | Jan 2011
Theories of corruption incidence hold that sectors with a high degree of complexity are particularly prone to corruption because it is difficult for outsiders ...