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Journal Article | Jul 2011
With the development of REDD (‘Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation’) policies, determining who can claim rights over ...
CMI Working Paper | Jan 2001
Tanzania's inflation rate which averaged about 30% in the early 1990's dropped to about 13% at the end of 1998. Using an error correction model (ECM), ...
Report in External Series | Jan 2000
We test two alternative models of interest rates determination in informal rural credit markets, using LSMS data from Nepal. We find strong support for ...
Social and Development Anthropologist working on poverty, vulnerability, inequality and gender
Carmeliza Rosário is a Social and Development Anthropology, with working exeperience in po
Poverty, Vulnerability, Inequality, Gender, Rights, Health, Mozambique, Angola, Southern Africa
Report in External Series | Sep 2010
The study makes recommendations for Norway’s strategic approach to governance in Nigeria based on a political economy analysis. Norad was ...
Nigeria, good governance, donor support
Project | Feb - Apr 2008
The project will prepare a report for the SADC Secretariat on the status of mobilisation of offcial development assistance for the achievements of the ...
Master student in comparative politics focusing on Chinese investments and aid to sub-Saharan Africa.
Journal Article | Jan 2009
The author tests two alternative models of price determination in informal rural credit markets, using LSMS data from Nepal. Strong support is found for ...
Household data, tacit collusion, Nepal
Book Chapter | Jan 2017
This chapter tracks Costa Rica’s long transition from a particularistic to a universal ethical society using a process-tracing methodology. It argues ...
Corruption, Anti-Corruption, Costa Rica
CMI Working Paper | Jan 2006
This paper is about the role that may be envisioned for the courts in Angola with respect to the poor. Looking at the period from 1992 - 2004, it analyses ...
Courts, Access to justice, Social and economic rights, Social rights litigation, Angola
Event | 15 Jun 2007
What is the extent and impact of corruption in infrastructure in developing countries? Charles J. Kenny is a development economist and a senior researcher at the World Bank.
News | 12 May 2011
There is economic growth in Africa. This is partly attributed to China's presence and economic investments in many African countries. What political challenges threatens democratization in Sub Saharan Africa and why?
The right to abortion in Tunisia after the revolution of 2011: Legal, medical and social arrangements seen through seven abortion stories
Journal Article | Dec 2019
In this article, we explore the effects that Tunisia’s post-revolutionary democratization process has had on the right to abortion, drawing on ethnographic ...
Associated Research Professor
Anthropologist focusing on public health, gender, foreign investements, and political processes at the local level in East Africa
Health, gender, culture, Tanzania, Mozambique, Malawi
CMI Working Paper | Jan 1996
The objective of this research is to determine factors affecting land degradation in the upland in Indonesia, and to suggest appropriate policies regarding ...
News | 19 May 2015
In mid-April 2015, news emerged about the killing of nine police-men in Angola's Huambo province. The incident involved the police and members of Juliano Kalupeteca's "Light of the World" religious sect. In the following days, grizzling reports emerged of a massacre of perhaps hundreds of sect members. We do not yet know the truth. Angola's government appears to do its utmost to prevent knowledge of it to transpire. Will the international community remain passive?
Journal Article | Mar 2021
Corruption is considered an important driver of the resource curse in developing countries. Based on a large-scale ﬁeld experiment in Tanzania, this paper ...
Natural resources, Resource curse, Corruption, Behavioral economics, Political economy, Tanzania
Project | Jan 2006 - Dec 2012
The project is part of a larger program at the Centre for International Health, University of Bergen, which focuses on child nutrition in Bhaktapur, Nepal. ...
News | 1 Jul 2013
It is no longer the Egyptian people against the current regime. The people have split into two fronts, opposing each other as pro- and anti-Morsi. People, who expect violence, expect it to arise from clashes between the groups, not between the security forces and the people...
Book Chapter | Jan 2018
There is growing psychological evidence that various processes differently contribute to our propensity to support or challenge the status quo; to embrace ...