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CMI Brief | Sep 2015
Personal characteristics and capacities are important for whether microcredit clients succeed in business. In particular, a client’s education influences ...
Microcredit, Education, Business, Angola
Journal Article | Jan 2016
Studies have found that politically deprived groups are more likely to rebel. However, does rebellion increase the likelihood of achieving political rights? ...
Report in External Series | Jan 2005
This is an evaluation of the Released Prisoners' Project (RPP) in Rwanda, a project that was financed and facilitated by the Norwegian Church Aid (NCA). The ...
reconciliation, development aid, peacebuilding, Africa: Rwanda
Project | Aug 2015 - Dec 2016
Rationale Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI) and the University of Bergen Department of Comparative Politics have received seed funding from the CMI-UiB ...
Nepal, Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda
Journal Article | Jan 2008
Background: Maximising health as the guiding principle for resource allocation in health has been challenged by concernsabout the distribution of health ...
health care rationing, ethics
Report in External Series | Jun 2018
Development organizations seek to improve support for gender reforms, especially among populations who might undermine implementation. Yet, little is ...
Report in External Series | Nov 2013
In many communities across Afghanistan, the formal justice system has proven weak, corrupt, and ineffective. The vast majority of disputes are resolved ...
Informal Justice, traditional dispute resolution, Afghanistan
News | 27 Sep 2010
Sudan's North and South must take political action to define their mutual boundary if they hope to avoid future complications, including a return to conflict.
Journal Article | Jan 2004
The article gives an assessment of the Sri Lanka Monitoring Mission, primarily of the mission's limits and potentials with regards to human rights monitoring ...
Peacekeeping, ceasefire monitoring, human rights, peacebuilding, Asia: Sri Lanka
U4 Practice Insight | Mar 2013
Since 2002, the Joint Donor Anti-Corruption Fund (FAC) in Nicaragua worked with the national government to respond to corruption. The FAC brought together ...
aid, donors, Nicaragua, anti-corruption, Nicaragua
Economist focusing on poverty, resilience, and climate change adaptation
"How can the Elections Help us Quell Hunger?" Mid-Term Review of Norwegian Support to UNDP's Trust Fund for Civic Education
CMI Report | Oct 2008
This report is the mid-term review of UNDPs trust fund for civic education in Angola. The trust fund was set up in late 2006, with support from the embassies ...
Angola, UNDP, Civic education, Elections, Democratisation
News | 12 Nov 2012
The Legitimate Role of the Judiciary in the Global Order at the University of Oslo and the Centre for Intervention Science in Maternal and Child Health at the University of Bergen have been granted Centre of Excellence. CMI are consortium partners.
Project | Jun 2007 - Jun 2008
The World Bank's 'Independent Evaluation Group' (IEG) is undertaking an evaluation of the Bank's support for public sector reform ...
Developing countries, transitionary countries, corruption, transparency, public sector, evaluation
Report in External Series | May 2008
The main objective of this evaluation by the Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) is to help the World Bank learn how to contribute more effectively to ...
Public sector reform, anti-corruption, public finance management, civil service reform, tax administration, World Bank
Event | 22 Aug 2016
“Can Electoral Quotas Advance Social Justice – and How Do We Know?” This lecture is based on the work that won Francesca Refsum Jensenius ...
Bands crossing borders: A review of the cooperation between South Africa's Field Band Foundation and Norges Musikkorps Forbund
CMI Report | Nov 2013
The Bands Crossing Borders project between South Africa’s Field Band Foundation and the Norwegian Band Federation was initiated in 1999 and funded ...
Music, Norway, South Africa
News | 13 Apr 2011
Now that South Sudan's self-determination has been realised, long-suppressed grievances and simmering political disputes have re-surfaced, threatening instability on the eve of independence.
U4 Issue | Oct 2018
A social norms approach can help practitioners design effective anti-corruption reforms. Social norms in communities, families, and organisations help ...
Report in External Series | Sep 2008
This study compares the evolution of the state-of-the-art in research and analysis of anticorruption and transparency with World Bank practice. The first ...
Anti-corruption, corruption, World Bank