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Master's Thesis | Nov 2013
The literature suggests that links between social identity and economic outcomes can induce poverty among groups with low social status. This seems to ...
dalit, poverty, poverty dynamics, economics, Nepal, Tarai, Nepal
News | 17 Jun 2014
Nepal consists of more than 100 different castes and ethnic groups. A recent social inclusion survey reveals deep social exclusion, discrimination and immense differences between the different groups. Will Nepal succeed in lifting the poorest castes and ethnic groups in the country out of poverty using inclusive policies?
CMI Report | Jan 2009
The discourse on social exclusion in Nepal is very ideological, with some authors considering basically all Nepalis as socially excluded except for male ...
Social and economic indicators, Statistical analysis, Caste and ethnic identity, Nepal
News | 1 Mar 2013
CMI-student Thor Olav Iversen will go to Nepal together with researcher Magnus Hatlebakk to do qualitative interviews and collect survey data among the Dalits in the Tarai region.
Event | 17 Oct 2005
Radha D'Souza, previously a lawyer and counsel at the High Court of Mumbai and currently teaching at the School of Law, University of Waikato, New Zealand gives a seminar at CMI focusing on public interest litigation, class action suits, constitutional and administrative law.
Project | Jan 1996 - Nov 2003
Research outputs consists of articles in international journals, a special journal issue, one PhD. thesis and three MA thesis.
nation building in Nepal, temple trusts, pilgrim tourism, impact of cable car, status of dalits, Asia: Nepal
CMI Working Paper | Nov 2012
Studies of microbusiness in poor countries find high marginal returns to capital but also lack of investments. This paper analyzes how caste-based segmentation ...
Commissioned Report | Jun 2008
We present the development of poverty rates for different castes and ethnic groups of Nepal, and find a strong relation between social exclusion, ...
Event | 5 Jun 2008
Over the past decade, the study of so-called religious violence has evolved into a veritable cottage industry. Taking a critical view of the 'religious violence industry', this CMI seminar brings together two scholars, Faisal Devji and Kathinka Frøystad, whose historical and ethnographically informed research engages directly with the issues of 'religion' and 'violence.'
CMI Working Paper | Jan 2001
This working paper came about as a result of background research for a chapter in Social and Economic Conditions in East Timor, published by the International ...
Asia: East Timor
CMI Brief | Jun 2020
Ten years ago, on January 12, at 16:53 in the afternoon, a magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti. The country was left in shambles. So was the women’s ...
Women's movement, earthquake, gender policies, Haiti
Book Chapter | Nov 2019
The evolution and current status of the petroleum sector in Tanzania Donald Mmari, James Andilile an
CMI Insight | Oct 2013
The Egyptian military has been playing a decisive role in national politics since the eruption of the 2011 uprisings. The Supreme Council of Armed ...
military, democracy, , Egypt
The health status of adolescents in Ecuador and the country’s response to the need for differentiated healthcare for adolescents
Journal Article | Jan 2017
Background Adolescents face a range of health problems but many barriers block their access to health services, and in particular to sexual and reproductive ...
Adolescents, Youth, Differentiated health services, Sexual and reproductive health, Ecuador
Why Bangladesh? Why Now? Prospects on the road towards middle income status Business opportunities for Norwegian companies
Event | 16 Apr 2012
Bangladesh aims for middle-income status by 2021 and it is a measure of success that it is on track to achieve several of the Millennium Development Goals. Its increasingly active role on the global stage, present a range of opportunities for strengthened partnership between Norway and Bangladesh.