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Journal Article | Nov 2014
Ethiopia has implemented one of the largest, fastest and least expensive land registration and certification reforms in Africa. While there is evidence ...
Report in External Series | Jan 2013
We have used gender-disaggregated household panel data from 2007 and 2012 in combination with dictator games and hawk-dove games to assess the effects ...
joint land certification, gender, empowerment of wives, Ethiopia, Africa
Event | 28 May 2008
New land reforms are again high on the policy agenda and low-cost, pro-poor reforms are being tested in poor countries. Stein T. Holden, professor at the Norwegian University of Life Science, looks at the Tigray region in Ethiopia.
U4 Issue | Jan 2013
Forest certification schemes regulate forest exploitation and trade across many countries. In the absence of a multilateral agreement on limiting deforestation, ...
Anti-corruption, Corruption, Forest governance, Certification, natural resource management
The extractive industries transparency initiative: Impact, effectiveness, and where next for expanding natural resource governance?
U4 Brief | May 2014
The last decade has witnessed a proliferation of initiatives to improve the governance of the extractives sector. Starting with the Kimberly Process Certification ...
natural resource management, extractive industries, oil, gas, minerals
News | 29 Jun 2012
Norway has invested more money in the forest protection programme REDD+ than any other donor country. Corruption concerns have been widely raised when it comes to REDD+. Will Norwegian investments be in vain?
Secondary and higher secondary school education in Bangladesh. Its growth and state expenditures: A time-series analysis of 1981-90.
CMI Report | Jan 1992
This paper first identifies trends and patterns in the growth of the secondary and higher secondary schools in Bangladesh, while differentiating between ...
Secondary education, Educational policy, Bangladesh
Book | Jan 1997
The book analyses rivalling positions in the South African constitutional debate from the early 1990s via the 1993 interim constitution to the adoption ...
Constitution-making, democracy, political theory, , South Africa
Project | Dec 2003 - Apr 2004
This study analyses the current situation for the adibasis (indigenous) people in north-west Bangladesh. Since the independence, the adibasis have experienced ...
Human rights, indigenous people, land laws, social discrimination, demography, violent confrontation, Asia: Bangladesh
Project | Jan 2013 - Dec 2017
The main goal of the research project is to understand the consequences of the legal regime India has adopted to protect its indigenous peoples (so called ...
Project | Jan 1996 - Jan 1998
The study is part of the collaboration agreement in social anthropology with the Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia, and involves field research aimed ...
Pastoralism, resource management, famine, Ethiopia
Project | Jan 1997 - Jan 1998
Commissioned by Norsk Hydro, a prospective joint venture partner in the project, CMI prepared a background study on resettlement and rehabilitation issues ...
Journal Article | Jan 2016
This study investigates attitudes towards legalizing land sales and Willingness to Accept (WTA) sales prices and compensation prices for land among ...
Legalization of land sales, Household preferences, WTA land sale prices, WTA compensation prices, Southern Ethiopia, Ethiopia
Project | Aug 2005 - Feb 2006
The purpose of this review was to assist Norwegian People's Aid in adapting its Angola programme in view of reaching the objectives the organisation had ...
Land mines, partnership, rural development, land ownership, human rights, gender, HIV/Aids, civil society, Norwegian People's Aid (NPA), Angola
Journal Article | Jan 1983
Different systems of land tenure in Ethiopia under Haile Selassie and their history are explained and their economic and social consequences analysed. ...
Land tenure, Land reform, Resource management, Centralisation and access to resources, Land rights and rural society, Ethiopia
U4 Brief | Mar 2013
Land issues have been rising up the agenda of policy makers due to rapid urbanisation and high food prices. Yet, land administration is one of the most ...
News | 4 Oct 2015
High environmental risks and questionable development outcomes characterise the mining industry. A myriad of small companies operate in competitive, high-risk, high-reward settings with weak institutions that fail to enforce regulations. Such conditions are highly conducive to corruption, violence, and environmental destruction.
Junior mining companies, Environmental impact assessments, Environmental governance, Corruption, Violence, Bribery, Natural Resources, Guatemala
Commissioned Report | Nov 2007
This study is commissioned by the World Bank as part of the bank's initiative to build capacity in governance and benefit streams management in selected ...
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 ...
CMI Report | Aug 2011
A new Land Act introduced in Angola in 2004 demonstrates a genuine interest in the protection of the customary land rights of rural communities and underlines ...
Customary land tenure, Agricultural development, Angola