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Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS)
German policitcal think tank and consulting agency. It operates in three major areas: improving the policy framework and problem-solving within the meaning of the parent foundation's objectives in the countries To this end the foundation representatives organize together with partner organizations or their own programmes and projects tailore...
Africa and the geopolitics of the Indian Ocean
F. van Rooyen / South African Institute of International Affairs 2011
Throughout the history of the Indian Ocean, littoral, island and extra-regional states have vied to secure their trade routes, which in turn affects Africa. By reviewing the stakeholders’ dynamics in the Indian Ocean, the implic...
Emerging powers and the changing global environment: leadership, norms and institutions
M. Qobo / South African Institute of International Affairs 2011
The rise of economically influential countries from the developing world is still a relatively new area of research, which is receiving increasing focus from international business actors, foreign policymakers and international relati...
The hegemony cracked: the power guide to getting care onto the development agenda.
R. Eyben / Institute of Development Studies, Sussex [ES] 2012
Numerous factors have played their part in keeping care of the development agenda: silence from government allows them to pass on the costs to families and communities rather than financing care as a public good; self-interest and pee...
Seen, heard and counted: rethinking care in a development context
S. Razavi (ed) / Development and Change Journal 2012
This is a diverse collection of contributions covering various aspects of care from around the world, from Chinese women’s burdens under economic reform, to the political and social organisation of childcare in Argentina. Razavi...
Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA)
Think Tank aiming to promote India's relations with other countries through study, research, discussions, lectures, exchange of ideas and information with other organisations within and outside India engaged in similar activities.
Best investments in emerging markets: MINT is the next BRIC
2013
A catchy new acronym is gaining traction and points to the next big opportunity in emerging markets. Four emerging markets - Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Turkey - make up the MINT economies. Like BRIC before them, these four are ex...
Grail Research
Market research organisation. Grail Research has offices in Massachusetts, New York, Beijing, Johannesburg, and Noida, a satellite town adjoining the Indian capital, New Delhi.
From rhetoric to rights: global response to human trafficking
A. Brysk / Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law 2012
Globalization is a double-edged sword for human rights, pushing people out of place while giving them a global voice to protest their plight, slicing some traditional bonds while weaving new ones (Brysk ed. 2002). While globalization ...
Globality Studies Journal (GSJ)
Globality Studies Journal (GSJ) is an open access journal committed to interdisciplinary analyses of global history and society, global civilization and local cultures. It is published by by SBIGS, the Stony Brook Institute for Global Studies.
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Seen, heard and counted: rethinking care in a development context
S. Razavi (ed) / Development and Change Journal 2012
This is a diverse collection of contributions covering various aspects of care from around the world, from Chinese women’s burdens under economic reform, to the political and social organisation of childcare in Argentina. Razavi...
Best investments in emerging markets: MINT is the next BRIC
2013
A catchy new acronym is gaining traction and points to the next big opportunity in emerging markets. Four emerging markets - Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Turkey - make up the MINT economies. Like BRIC before them, these four are ex...
From rhetoric to rights: global response to human trafficking
A. Brysk / Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law 2012
Globalization is a double-edged sword for human rights, pushing people out of place while giving them a global voice to protest their plight, slicing some traditional bonds while weaving new ones (Brysk ed. 2002). While globalization ...
Land ceilings: reining in land grabbers or dumbing down the debate?
GRAIN 2013
Governments in a number of countries are trying to address concerns about land grabbing by closing their borders to foreign investors. Are these restrictions effective? Not really, says GRAIN. They give the impression that some...
Asia’s services sector is set to play a more successful role in the future – lessons from a continental experiment
D. Park; K. Shin / Asian Development Bank 2012
This study argues that the underdeveloped service sector in Asia has the potential to become a new engine of economic growth for developing Asia, though the region has traditionally relied on export-oriented manufacturing to power its...
Global Financial Crisis and it’s Impact on overseas employment and international remittance of Bangladesh
M Kabir 2011
International remittance is an important source of foreign exchange income for the developing countries including Bangladesh. The remittance has become a focal issue in economic literature over two or more decades for its increasing v...
An inclusive growth is being materialised in Asia and being dreamed in the Pacific
C. Sugden / Asian Development Bank 2012
The concept of inclusive economic growth (growth coupled with equality of opportunity) offers new directions in the pursuit of development. This study assesses the growth experience of 22 developing economies in Asia and the Pacific r...
Poor governance, good business: how land investors target countries with weak governance
R. Fuentes-Nieva 2013
Investors are buying up vast tracks of land across the developing world in a modern day ‘land rush’. This analysis by Oxfam explores where land is changing hands and why. It finds that investors appear to be targeting countr...
The future prosperity of Latin America is attached to an improved and integrated infrastructure
J.A. Barbero 2011
In coming decades, Latin America will have the opportunity of consolidating its progress toward comprehensive development. However, this paper argues this will be confirmed only if countries are able to achieve just and equitable soci...
The Micronesian exodus
Pacific Institute of Public Policy 2010
Micronesia has the highest per capita net emigration rate in the world. This paper provides an overview of the Micronesian migration experience, and shows that a range of public policies can shape a country’s experience with mig...
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Springerlink
SpringerLink is an integrated full-text database for journals and books published by Springer. SpringerLink currently offers fully peer-reviewed journals and more than 10,000 books online. On most occassions, to access full-text articles requires subscription or being a member of a consortium.
Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver
The Josef Korbel School at the University of Denver offers innovative programmes in international human rights, security, development, global trade and finance, international administration, global health, US homeland security and humanitarian assistance.
World Growth
World Growth is a non-profit, non-governmental organization established to bring balance to the debate over trade, globalization, and sustainable development. World Growth we embraces and celebrates this new age of globalisation. In their view, the gradual replacement of trade wars with trade agreements is creating levels of economic growth, social understanding and cultural richness un...
Pacific Network on Globalisation (PANG)
PANG is a pacific regional network promoting economic justice in globalisation with specific attention to: accountability and transparency in economic and trade policy processes poverty eradication equitable development and sustainable livelihoods (opportunity, access, impact) food security and environmental sustainability...
CEE Bankwatch Network (Bank Watch)
The CEE Bankwatch Networkis an international non-governmental organisation (NGO) with member organisations currently from 12 countries across the central and eastern European region. The aim of the network is to monitor the activities of the international financial institutions (IFIs) which operate in the region, and to propose constructive alternatives to their policies and projects in the region...
Share The World's Resources (STWR)
STWR is a non-governmental organisation campaigning for those resources which are essential to life, such as water, energy and basic food, to be shared internationally under the auspices of the United Nations in order to secure basic human needs. Website presents a broad mix of the latest information, news and videos on a range of key global issues including poverty, globalisation and...
Centre for the Study of Economic and Social Change in Europe (CSESCE)
An academic research institute, the Centre for the Study of Economic and Social Change in Europe forms a focal point for research concerned with the implications of globalisation, integration, liberalisation, technological change, innovation, entrepreneurship and the evolution of institutions.
Theatre of the Oppressed
Theatre of the Oppressed, set up in Brazil in 1971, is a forum for expression for those whose voices are usually unheard. The organisation is involved largely in advocacy work for those individuals or groups who are socially, culturally, politically, economically, racially, sexually, or in any other way deprived of their right to Dialogue or in any way impaired to exercise this right.
Indian Institute of Dalit Studies (IIDS)
Indian Institute of Dalit Studies (IIDS) was set up with an objective of undertaking interdisciplinary and application-based research, to provide knowledge support to civil society organisations working for the marginalised sections of society, to enable and support the government and other organisations in developing appropriate policies for social inclusion,  and to serve as a resource cent...
Asia Europe Journal (AEJ)
Asia Europe Journal (AEJ) is the quarterly academic journal by the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF). The Journal is devoted to publishing interdisciplinary and intercultural studies and research between Asia and Europe in the social sciences and humanities. Fields of interest include various aspects of bilateral relationships, comparative studies as well as Asian area studies from an European perspec...
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