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Event | 14 Sep 2007
In Africa, policies are easily pronounced but difficult to implement. The links between policy and policy research are very tenuous. Professor David Olusanya Ajakaiye exlores why.
How to make rural jobs more attractive to health workers. Findings from a discrete choice experiment in Tanzania
Journal Article | Sep 2011
The geographical imbalance of the health workforce in Tanzania represents a serious problem when it comes to delivering crucial health services ...
human resources for health, discrete choice experiments, rural-urban imbalances, Tanzania, Tanzania
CMI Working Paper | Jan 2005
This paper retests the analysis of "Aid Policy and Growth in Post-Conflict Societies," by Paul Collier and Anke Hoeffler (October 2002 and forthcoming ...
Economic aid, Post-conflict, Methodology
Macro-Economic Convergence Policy in the Southern African Development Community: Prospects and Challenges
Book Chapter | Dec 2007
In the last two decades, the subject of regional integration has featured prominently in the agenda of (and policy research on) most developing ...
Economic policy, SADC, Southern Africa
Report in External Series | Jan 2009
This report provides an overview of the European and African institutional terrain and policy frameworks of S&T and development cooperation, ...
Science and technology, Europe, Sub-Saharan Africa
From Global Village to Urban Globe. Urbanisation and Poverty in Africa: Implications for Norwegian Aid Policy
CMI Report | Jan 2001
Some 52 per cent of Africa's population are expected to live in towns and cities by 2025. There is generally an unequivocal correlation between ...
Development aid, Poverty, Urbanisation, Africa south of Sahara, Africa
Journal Article | Jan 2001
This article discusses the current framework for development research in Norway, which today is entirely dependent on the development assistance ...
Development research, research policy, globalisation
Theory and practise of decentralization by devolution: Lessons from a research programme in Tanzania (2002-13)
Book Chapter | Jun 2017
What impact did Tanzania’s decentralization reform have on local governance, finances and service delivery? To what extent are the central-local ...
Local government, decentralisation, tax, governance, public services, Tanzania
Too big to fault? Effects of the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize on Norwegian exports to China and foreign policy
Journal Article | Dec 2019
In October 2010, the Norwegian Nobel Committee awarded the Nobel peace prize to Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo. The Chinese government responded ...
Sanctions, Trade, Foreign Policy, International Political Economy, Norway, China
Institutional arrangements for corruption prevention: Considerations for the implementation of the United Nations convention against corruption article 6
U4 Issue | Apr 2009
What kind of institutions does a state need to have in place to effectively prevent corruption? What does it mean, when article 6 of the UN ...
UNCAC, United Nations Convention against Corruption, anti-corruption policy, policy implementation, knowledge dissemination, institutional arrangements, anti-corruption conventions
CMI Report | Jun 2009
How can we understand the emerging donors? The role of ‘emerging’ donors is currently at the heart of the international aid ...
Development assistance, Aid policy, Emerging donors, India, South Korea, India, South Korea
Journal Article | Nov 2011
The desire to modernise African small-scale fisheries has persisted since colonial times. In terms of research into and policy on fisheries, ...
Nordic Exceptionalism in Development Assistance? Aid Policies and the Major Donors: The Nordic Countries
CMI Report | Jan 2006
The Nordic countries are often praised for their efforts in development assistance and commended for their generosity. Over the last few decades ...
Development aid, Aid policy, Nordic countries, Netherlands, Case study, Tanzania
Distributing mining wealth to communities in Ghana: Addressing problems of elite capture and political corruption
U4 Issue | May 2013
In the context of a mining boom in Africa, a critical consideration is how governments use increased mineral wealth to foster development, ...
Natural resources, Mining, Minerals, Corruption, Rural communities, Cash transfer schemes, natural resource management, Ghana
U4 Issue | Feb 2015
Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) has become a cornerstone of Indonesia’s forest sector policies. Given ...
REDD+, political economy, corruption, anti-corruption, forest governance, natural resource management, Indonesia
CMI Working Paper | Feb 2015
Fashions come and go in the development community. When a policy ideabecomes popular, some governments implement a cosmetic variant of thepolicy. ...
Journal Article | Dec 2017
This paper discusses whether and to what extent resource-rich developing countries should introduce local content policies, i.e. requirements ...
Local content, petroleum, oil, natural gas, Tanzania
CMI Report | Jan 2000
This survey, “Research on Corruption. A Policy Oriented Survey”, is an overview of contemporary corruption research. The main objective ...
Corruption, research, World
Journal Article | Jan 1999
Gross human rights violations have constituted a hotly contested national issue in many recent transitions from authoritarianism to democracy. ...
Book Chapter | Jun 2008
Can social rights litigation contribute to more equitable and socially sustainable development outcomes? This chapter investigates the ...
Social rights, Litigation