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U4 Brief | Sep 2009
Can Codes of Conduct set realistic ethical standards for officials? Can training in ethics and professional standards make any practical difference in ...
U4 Brief | Apr 2009
Most people are familiar with codes of conduct. Often overlooked, however, is the important role that organisational ethics policies have not only as ...
Event | 4 Mar 2015
Join us for an introduction on how to conduct survey experiments in Africa.
Commissioned Report | Jan 2007
The Centre fo Development and the Environment (SUM) is an interdisciplinary research centre established with a mandate to conduct, coordinate, and stimulate ...
Constraints for a conservation-based agricultural development policy in Ethiopia. A baseline study in Fedis Awraja
CMI Report | Jan 1992
A baseline survey was conducted in the Hararghe region in Ethiopia in 1989 to identify constraints to agricultural production and environmental protection ...
Energy crisis, Environmental protection, Agricultural policy, Women, Ethiopia
U4 Brief | Jun 2009
Education budget work conducted by civil society is a powerful way of holding governments accountable to their citizens, and drawing attention to corruption ...
Journal Article | Jan 2017
A unique family survey was conducted in Nepal to investigate the economic consequences of having a first-born girl. Women have more children, but we find ...
U4 Brief | May 2008
A recent and relatively successful anti-corruption strategy on value added tax refunds conducted in Bolivia, applied a process flow approach that appears ...
Corruption, revenue administration, public financial management, public financial management and procurement, Bolivia
CMI Working Paper | Oct 2012
A unique family survey was conducted in Nepal to investigate the economic consequences of having a first-born girl. Women get more children, but we find ...
Fertility, Intra-household gender, Nepal
CMI Working Paper | Jul 2014
A family survey was conducted in Nepal to investigate whether female empowerment leads to more education, in particular for girls. The relative economic ...
Education, intrahousehold, female autonomy, Nepal
News | 26 Aug 2011
A scholarship is offered to a master student in social sciences, law or gender studies to conduct fieldwork and write a master thesis on a topic related to gender based violence in northern Sudan.
U4 Practice Insight | Jan 2010
This Practice Insight summarises lessons learned from four case studies conducted to examine what bearing the notion of ownership has on anti-corruption ...
CMI Report | Jan 2003
Since the 1990s there has been increasing concern in the North about products from the South and the conditions under which they are produced. In least ...
Ethics, Codes of conduct, International trade, Working conditions, Labour standards, Textile industry, Bangladesh, Asia: Bangladesh
News | 28 Jun 2007
What are the challenges on issues related to corruption and other illegal causes of unfair competition?
CMI Report | Jan 2004
This report presents a study of corruption in international markets by exploring the perspectives of Norwegian firms, their challenges, their experiences ...
Corruption, Business surveys, International market
CMI Working Paper | Jan 2006
On 21 November 2005, a referendum on a proposed new constitution was held in Kenya, which was conducted in a peaceful and orderly manner. The poll represented ...
Constitutions, Referendum, Kenya
Master's Thesis | Jan 2011
The aim of this thesis is to investigate determinants of child mortality in the regions of Luanda and Uíge in Angola. The country has one of the ...
Child mortality, Angola
Introducing post-discharge malaria chemoprevention (PMC) for management of severe anemia in Malawian children: a qualitative study of community health workers’ perceptions and motivation
Journal Article | Dec 2018
Background Severe malarial anaemia is one of the leading causes of paediatric hospital admissions in Malawi. Post-discharge malaria chemoprevention ...
Malawi, community health workers, malaria
News | 26 Apr 2016
Corrupt judicial systems undermine reforms and are a major impediment to ensuring access to justice and human rights for ordinary citizens across the world, says a new report published by the United Nations Development Programme and U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre on 8 April. Titled, A Transparent and Accountable Judiciary to Deliver Justice for All, the report cites survey data suggesting that the public perceive the judiciary as the second most corrupt public institution, after the police.
News | 11 Jun 2015
CMI researcher Magnus Hatlebakk has received the Dudley Seers Memorial Prize for the best article in Journal of Development Studies in 2014.