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Journal Article | Jan 2019
Does Anthropology Matter to Law ? Kari G Telle, Jeremy Kingsley Journal of Legal Anthropology kari
Journal Article | Jan 2018
Does Anthropology Matter to Law ? Journal of Legal Anthropology
Journal Article | Dec 2019
The Limits of Law: Abortion in the Middle East and Northern Africa Irene Maffi and Liv Tønnessen Hea
Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Sudan, Turkey and Tunisia
Journal Article | Jun 2019
Research showing that there is strong correlation between increased female labor force participation and women’s political participation ...
Constitutionalism in an Insurgent State: Rethinking Legal Empowerment of the Poor in a Divided Bolivia
Book Chapter | Nov 2008
With the world record in coup d'états[i] and a modern history of revolution and repeated uprisings it can also too easy to dismiss ...
U4 Brief | Dec 2008
Heightened competition and considerable illegal fishing by commercial boats, suggest that incentives for corruption in African fisheries are ...
corruption, natural resources, fisheries, natural resource management
U4 Issue | Jul 2009
Corruption and organised crime are of great concern to the international community: while the first is regarded as one of the greatest barriers ...
Political corruption, organised crime, illicit financial flows, international drivers of corruption
The Politics of Women's Representation in Sudan: Debating Women's Rights in Islam from the Elites to the Grassroots
CMI Report | Mar 2010
The international discourse on gender and peacebuilding presupposes a common agenda among all women across religion, ethnicity and class in ...
Sudan, Women, Islam, Peacebuilding
Book | Mar 2010
Why do courts hold political power-holders accountable in some democratic and democratizing countries, but not in others? And, why do ...
Courts, power, political accountability
Report in External Series | Oct 2010
As part of the international follow-up of the 2001 military intervention, Norway increased its engagement in Afghanistan4 from the end of 2001. ...
Security for many or surplus for the few? Customary tenure and social differentiation in Southern Malawi
Journal Article | Mar 2009
It has been argued that the ambiguities in Malawian customary tenure may aggravate processes of social differentiation and class formation. ...
Journal Article | Dec 2009
The presence of business-corruption provokes firms to make choices between legal business approaches and illegal bribery. The outcome of a chosen ...
Risk assessment, Legal economic, Compliance
Book Chapter | Dec 2010
In view of the growing influence of religion in public life on the national and international scenes, Muslim Diaspora in the West constitutes ...
Journal Article | Jan 2010
This article commends the concise and useful analysis of courts and the legal enforcement of economic, social and cultural rights given in Christian ...
Book Chapter | Jan 2013
This chapter explores how women’s rights and obligations are understood and negotiated within the context of an Islamic state in Sudan. ...
Integration of Traditional Authorities in Local Governance in Mozambique and Angola - the Context of Decentralization and Democratisation
Book Chapter | Jan 2007
If one is to assess how local representation changes with the integration of traditional authorities into the local governance system, one must ...
Local Government, Decentralization, Democratization, Africa: Angola, Mozambique
U4 Brief | Oct 2012
While once considered solely a concern of law enforcement agencies; money laundering, tax evasion and secrecy jurisdictions are now perceived ...
international drivers of corruption
CMI Working Paper | Dec 2012
Citizens of countries with a corrupt political leadership are trapped in a situation, typically characterized by increasing income differences, ...
Book Chapter | Jul 2013
The Article looks at transparency in job placement data published by U.S. universities, with a particular focus on law schools and for-profit ...
Education, Universities, Transparency, Job Placement Data, USA
Edited Book | Jan 2014
All societies develop their own norms about what is fair behaviour and what is not. Violations of these norms, including acts of corruption, ...
Grabbing, Corruption, Development Aid, Accountability, Utilities, Construction, Ports, Extractive Industries, Finance, Health, Pharmaceuticals, Education, Law Enforcement, Land, Elections