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CMI Working Paper | Jun 2018
This study offers an account of individual agency within a constructivist view of professional wrongdoing. The main contribution is a model ...
professional wrongdoing, constructivism, tax avoidance, wealth management
Event | 13 May 2008
Indigenous responses to multicultural state reform in Guatemala and Mexico. Professor Rachel Sieder analyzes indigenous peoples' efforts to articulate alternative visions of government, law and justice.
News | 24 Mar 2015
Felipe doesn’t like it much, shootouts occur almost every day, but he knows that he can’t show any signs of weakness, so he tries to keep up appearances. Two weeks after arriving at Fazendinha he was shot in a confrontation with armed traffickers.
News | 17 Sep 2008
Dr Eirik G. Jansen is a social anthropologist whose research has mainly focused on natural resource management in traditional fisheries in East Africa and land issues in Bangladesh.
Event | 8 Dec 2010
What opportunities do virtual museums create for dialog between diverse communities? How can virtual museums contribute to a development paradigm that moves beyond enduring conceptions of aid as a one-way transaction? How can digital media positively augment these processes?
Event | 29 Jan 2015
Europe experiences ultra-conservative push-backs on social advances in sexual and reproductive rights. Who are the actors, what motivates them and how do they work?
News | 17 Sep 2015
When general al-Sisi appeared wearing a suit for the first time, it caused public outrage among the middle class in Egypt. It also sparked immediate speculations of a presidential run. The suit became another symbol of the blurred lines between military and civilian relations.
U4 Issue | Nov 2016
The average annual cost of corruption to Mozambique was recently estimated to be up to USD 4.9 billion for the period 2004-2014. Some analysts ...
international drivers of corruption, illicit financial flows, Mozambique
Project | Nov 2009 - May 2010
The aim of the research project “Elections and Democracy in Africa” is to contribute to a comparative understanding of the challenges ...
Liberation movements, pro-democray movements, Africa, elections, democracy, Malawi, Mozambique, Uganda, Ethiopia, Zambia, Zimbabwe
Project | Jan 2008 - Dec 2010
Parliamentary elections will be held in Angola in 2008, as the first elections since 1992. There are now almost 100 political parties registered ...
Angola, democratization, political parties
Project | Mar 2007 - Dec 2009
The purpose of this project is to produce up-to-date teaching materials for use at the Universidade Católica de Angola (UCAN). The project ...
Corporate Social Responsibility, Ethics, Natural resource management, Angola
Project | Aug - Dec 2005
This project reviews the Ethiopian portfolio of the Development Fund (DF), a Norwegian NGO, which has evolved from supporting relief work by ...
Non-gevernmental organisations, Drylands, Partnership, Ethiopia
Project | Jan - Oct 2000
CMI provided research support to a commission appointed by the Danish Minister of Development Cooperation to review all aspects of Danida support ...
Responsiveness to the concerns of the poor and accountability to the commitments to poverty reduction
CMI Working Paper | Jan 2003
Taking its cue from the poverty-reduction thrust of the Millennium Development Goals, this paper proposes an analytical framework for answering ...
Poverty, Poverty reduction, Development aid, UNDP
Journal Article | Dec 2010
What should individuals be held responsible for? This is a fundamental question in much of the contemporary debate on distributive justice. ...
Responsibility, Fairness, Dictator game
Event | 23 Sep 2014
LIVE STREAMING NOW Angola is Norway's "biggest and most important economic partner in Africa" says the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Does Norway's activity in Angola contribute to Angola's stability and development over time?
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?
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 ...
oil, petroleum, gas, economy, Tanzania
Event | 22 May 2014
Rather than serving as civilian and humanitarian safe havens, refugee camps are notorious for their insecurity. When a violation occurs, to which actors shall responsibility be allocated?
Recipient responsibility: who takes recipient responsibility when the government apparently does not take responsibility for the rural majority?
Report in External Series | Jan 1997
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