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Book Chapter | Jan 2005
Rights with Bite: 20 Years of Human Rights Research at the Chr. Michelsen Institute Ivar Kolstad a
Project | Sep 2019 - Aug 2024
The South China Sea is known as a contested maritime battleground. Not just for state sovereignty, oil and gas but above all for the marine resources ...
Fisheries, Natural resource management, Governance, Borders, Militarisation
Can democratisation prevent conflicts: Lessons from sub-Saharan Africa. Solstrand 18-20 June 2001, seminar report
Report in External Series | Jan 2001
(Evaluation report 2001: 6)
Africa: Sub-Saharan Africa
Commissioned Report | Jan 1999
Poverty reduction in Norwegian aid: Workshop 20 April 1999 commissioned by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. (Econ-report 1999 no. 27)
Journal Article | Jun 2016
Abstract: Private sector development (PSD) is back on the donors’ agenda. In Norway, PSD aid and aid funded loans have increased more than five-fold ...
CMI Brief | Sep 2017
Female genital mutilation (FGM) is still a common practice in Sudan. Nine out of ten women have been subjected to this practice. In 2009, a proposed ...
FGM, female genital mutilation, weak law, law, paper tiger, ARUSS, Sudan
Project | Jan 2004 - Dec 2005
Norwegian oil companies have been involved in Angola since the mid 1990s. CMI has in co-operation with A-IP initiated a new project that will analyse ...
Book Chapter | Jan 2006
Different external environments lead to differences in supply chain management. This chapter focuses on the organisation of the supply chain in the offshore ...
Oil industry, Offshore, Supply chain, Africa: Angola., Norway
News | 19 Dec 2013
While the Angolan president José Eduardo Dos Santos may be grooming his son to follow him as president, political opponents of his regime have been eliminated. This year he has spent long periods of time abroad. Meanwhile, the social crisis in the country increases in scope. The opposition is organising their strengths. Even in the president's own ranks, there are murmurs of discontent. Has Dos Santos gone too far?
News | 8 Sep 2016
Rumour has it that anyone who can afford to pay 15.000-20.000 metical to the right offices can get a lucrative job as a traffic police officer in Mozambique. South ...
CMI Working Paper | Jan 2000
The petroleum sector is a service-intensive industry. The quality, price and availability of services are therefore important for the productivity level ...
Project | Jan 2010 - Nov 2013
We combine quantitative and qualitative methodologies to understand long term poverty dynamics in rural Nepal. We conduct life-history interviews with ...
News | 23 Jul 2010
With the report UNPAID DEBT, ECOS calls upon the oil companies Lundin Petroleum from Sweden, Petronas from Malaysia and Austria's OMV and their home governments to account for the injustices suffered by the victims of the oil wars in Block 5A.
Lack of consultation. Stakeholders perspectives on local content requirements in the petroleum sector in Tanzania
CMI Brief | Oct 2016
Tanzania has recently discovered huge offshore natural gas fields. This has led the Government to develop Local Content Policies (LCPs) to increase local ...
oil, gas, resources, local content, petroleum, Tanzania
CMI Working Paper | Jan 1997
In Ethiopia, with 85% of the population in agriculture, most of them illiterate, democratisation has to work against adverse experience: Peasants can ...
CMI Brief | Oct 2016
Recent significant natural gas discoveries have pushed Tanzania into the international spotlight as a new petroleum producer. How can the country ensure ...
oil, petroleum, gas, economy, Tanzania
Zanzibari Islamic knowledge transmission revisited: Loss, lament, legacy, transmission - and transformation
Journal Article | Jan 2013
This article revisits aspects of knowledge transmission within the 20th century Islamic scholarly community in Zanzibar. It particularly adresses the ...
Islam Tanzania Zanzibar Sufism, Tanzania, Zanzibar
News | 22 May 2006
A new CMI study "Should I stay or should I go!" will look into this question. When is it in the interest of a corporation to exit a repressive country? When do ethical considerations imply that a company should close down operations in a country?
Project | Oct - Nov 2012
Presentations/lectures on corruption (concepts, causes and consequences), anti-corruption (tools and strategies) and good governance (checks and balances, ...
Corruption, good governance, institutions, oil
Newspaper Op-Ed | Dec 2007
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