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Event | 11 Jan 2007
Professor He Wenping, Director of the African Studies Chinese Academy of Social Sciences is currently visting Norway and presents an overview of the evolving Chinese Africa policy.
Event | 23 May 2011
How has scholarship on state fragility influenced the policies of influential international actors? Roland Paris, one of the most influential scholars on post-war reconstruction and peacebuilding, challenges the relationship between research and policy.
U4 Brief | Mar 2013
Land issues have been rising up the agenda of policy makers due to rapid urbanisation and high food prices. Yet, land administration is one of the most ...
Report in External Series | Feb 2013
South Africa’s planned development aid agency, South African Development Partnership Agency, is expected to be established in 2013. This report ...
Development Aid, Emerging Powers, Africa, South Africa, Brazil, China, India
CMI Brief | Oct 2010
Gender equality and women’s empowerment are high on the government and donor agendas in Sub-Saharan Africa, but have largely failed to have an impact. ...
Mozambique, Gender, Poverty
News | 22 Mar 2013
How can researchers influence policy? By engaging key stakeholders. CPD and CMI regularly host dialogue meetings in Dacca where ministers and key stakeholders meet researchers to discuss research findings.
Event | 3 May 2012
Halvor Mehlum and Gry Østenstad on the political economy of migration policies.
Journal Article | Jan 2018
The persistent policy of successive Sudanese governments in favouring large-scale agricultural investments at the expense of traditional land use is creating ...
CMI Report | Jan 2018
The report reviews available research on the links between agriculture and the rest of the economy, with a focus on structural adjustment and the role ...
Norwegian aid, Food security, Nutrition, Agriculture, Malawi, South-Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa
Journal Article | May 2016
Over the past few decades political processes recognizing and broadening sexual and reproductive rights have produced a reaction from conservative sectors ...
Report in External Series | Aug 2011
With a focus on the institutional set-up and the political environment as central to understanding and rectifying the poor impact of mining on Ghana’s ...
Political economy, corruption, mining, Ghana, Ghana
Report in External Series | Jan 2006
Widespread tax evasion reflected in persistent public resistance to pay is seen as part of the problem of raising local government revenues in Tanzania. ...
Taxation, Local government, Tanzania
CMI Report | Jan 2006
Danida has provided financial support to research networks with a view to creating better synergies between research and policy/operations. Six networks ...
Development research, Development aid, Research networks, DANIDA, ENRECA
Book Chapter | Jan 2001
The analysis shows that trade liberalisation can be expected to lead to higher growth. Namibia conforms to the typical SSA picture of low growth and ...
Trade policy, , Poverty, Africa: Namibia
Event | 9 Nov 2011
What role is South Africa playing in Africa? How is foreign policy pursued under Zuma? How is the Africa focus and the principles of South-South co-operation operationalised?
CMI Report | Jan 2001
This study was commissioned by Norad. The Report provides an assessment of the institutional restructuring of SADC and an input to the planning of future ...
Regional integration, Regional co-operation, Southern Africa, SADC, Development assistance, Peace, Democratisation, Security, Water, Power, Trade agreements, Africa: SADC
Event | 14 Jun 2012
What is the relationship between democratization and quota policies in Africa?
Event | 12 Oct 2009
Geir O. Pedersen will in light of his own experiences as a diplomat and as previous Personal Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Lebanon, reflect on the relevance of knowledge and research for Norwegian foreign policy.
Report in External Series | Jan 2008
Grand Corruption in Utilities Charles Kenny and Tina Søreide Policy Research Working Paper Corrupt
News | 29 Mar 2006
In aid dependent countries, reforms frequently take place in the form of paradigmatic shifts, largely influenced by changes in donor policies. Problems of implementation,however, are often not properly addressed and remain largely unaffected by new reforms. The distance between proclaimed objectives and actual achievements is therefore dramatically wide. The main point of this article has been to investigate the role of domestic research in such a system of policymaking.