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News | 25 Sep 2014
The separation of Sudan and South Sudan has caused severe problems for the pastoralists living in the borderlands between the two nations. What used to be common land is now subject to border disputes and strict regulations, but cattle and goats do not respect international borders.
Book Chapter | Mar 2012
This paper addresses corruption in the governance of petroleum and underscores the importance of treating this problem as a result of factors that go ...
Corruption, natural resources, capital flight
Book Chapter | Jul 2011
INTRODUCTION: Network industries—electricity, gas, road, telecommunications, and private water supply—need regulation in one way or the other. ...
network industries, corruption, governance
Adultery, rape, and escaping the house: The protection and policing of female sexuality in Afghanistan
CMI Working Paper | Dec 2017
This working paper undertakes an initial survey of the dynamics through which the criminalization of female sexuality structures women’s access ...
adultery, rape, sex, sexuality, Afghanistan
Project | May - Dec 2007
Private provision has proven itself a useful tool in rolling out sustainable access to infrastructure. At the same time, both the extent and quality ...
Business survey, corruption, utilities, water, electricity, telecoms, transport
Journal Article | Jan 2018
This article develops the argument that blasphemy trials occupy a pivotal role in ‘religion-making’ in post-1998 Indonesia. Examining a blasphemy ...
Blasphemy, trials, lawfare, Indonesia
Journal Article | Jan 2015
How do public regulations shape the composition and behavior of non-governmental organizations (NGOs)? Because many NGOs advocate liberal causes, such ...
NGOs, regulations, foreign funding, human rights, Ethiopia
Book Chapter | Mar 2014
Weak access to basic services and poor framework conditions for the private sector impede development. Low-quality service provision for example in health, ...
Corruption, Per Diems, Travel Compensation, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Malawi
Journal Article | May 2010
The purpose of this paper is to explore the roles of social networks and intermediares in recruitment and as instruments to control the workforce in lower ...
News | 20 Jul 2015
Hawala networks can be useful partners in the work against money laundering of corruption gains, rather than the obstacle they are often considered to be.
News | 6 Jul 2016
Secrecy regulations and lacking transparency facilitate criminal activities because it hides away evidence. People who pay bribes, trade weapons, ...
PanamaPapers, Corruption, Anti-Corruption, Taxation, Illicit financial flows, Secrecy jurisdictions, Governance, Money laundering, Political corruption, Policy coherence, Tax havens
Management, co-management or no management? Major dilemmas in sustainable exploitation of inland fisheries in the SADC Countries
Project | Jan 1998 - Dec 2001
The project contains ten case studies and a synthesis. The case studies have been conducted in five medium sized lakes in the Democratic Republic of Congo, ...
Fisheries management, development of fishing effort, climatic factors, sectoral mobility, local access regulation, Africa: Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Southern Africa
News | 9 Jan 2012
Policies for diversification should focus on international regulation that affects elite incentives, rather than on domestic industrial policy in countries where the economy is in the hands of a few, concludes researchers.
U4 Issue | Feb 2010
Current approaches to regulating conflicts of interest, often encouraged by international anti-corruption standards, are commonly judged by how restrictive ...
political corruption, Azerbaijan
U4 Issue | May 2008
This U4 Issue explores the topic of grand corruption in the regulation of oil. It focuses on how and why corruption can distort or prevent efficient regulation ...
corruption, natural resources, oil, natural resource management
U4 Issue | Nov 2008
This paper describes the problem of conflict of interest of public officials and the main ways in which it may be tackled, with particular focus on regulation ...
political corruption, political party finance, UNCAC, money in politics
CMI Report | Jan 1999
This paper analyzes the impact of liberalization of trade in producer services, focusing on financial services, telecommunications and transport. The ...
International trade, Africa: Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania
Journal Article | Sep 2018
The divide between hard law and soft law approaches to global regulation of corporations in relation to human rights is partly based on empirical assumptions. ...
Business and human rights treaty, commitment theory, empirical approaches, global regulation, rational choice
News | 18 Dec 2012
China, India, Brazil and South Africa have become major economic actors and players on the African continent. The role of the West and traditional development aid is rapidly changing. Has the emerging South powers' entry into the African continent changed the name of the game?
Report in External Series | Jan 2002
Sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) measures designed to protect human, animal and plant health, constitute a significant barrier to exports of agricultural ...
WTO, nontariff barriers, technical assistance, cost-benefit analysis, market access