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Peace and security along the Ivorian-Liberian border: The local perspective
Conciliation Resources, 2015
Since the Ivorian political crisis of 2010-2011, the Liberia-Côte d’Ivoire border region has experienced periodic cross-border attacks. These devastating attacks have destroyed lives, displaced families, shattered liveliho...
Creating incentives for more effective wastewater reuse in the Middle East and North Africa
M. Jeuland / Economic Research Forum, Egypt, 2011
Systematic water recycling remains rare in many arid and semi-arid countries, for example in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). This paper argues that much of the relative failure to make greater use of reclaimed wastewater in M...
Technology at work: the future of innovation and employment
C.B. Frey; M.A. Osborne / Oxford Martin Programme on the Impacts of Future Technology, 2015
The 21st century has already brought remarkable technological achievements. The leading corporations of the digital age — including YouTube, Facebook and eBay — barely existed only a decade ago. The Human Genome Project wa...
Agiletown: the relentless march of technology and London’s response
C.B. Frey; M.A. Osborne / Deloitte, 2014
Throughout history, advances in technology have transformed commercial activity and the jobs that people do, never more so than today with the accelerating pace of change in digitisation and robotics. The continuing impact of technolo...
The impact of high crude oil prices and challenges in pricing of petroleum products
Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi, 2006
India, with its limited domestic crude production, imports more than 70 percent of its crude oil requirement to fuel its burgeoning oil demand in wake of the booming economy. The rise in international crude oil prices directly impacts...
What do falling crude prices mean for India's fiscal deficit?
Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi, 2007
India's 2003-04 budget defied the trend of budget estimates of revenue receipts being consistently overestimated compared to actual receipts. The actual revenue collections exceeded not only the budget estimates but the revised estima...
Female wages in the Egyptian textiles and clothing industry: low pay or discrimination?
A. El-Haddad / Economic Research Forum, Egypt, 2011
Analysis of the wage gap in Egypt has most usually been carried out across the formal sector as a whole, missing nuances of differences in pay in specific occupations. This paper analyses data from a new survey of firms and workers in...
The standard of living of garment workers in Cambodia: its determinants and workers’ perception
C Chansamphors / Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace, 2009
The garment industry is one of the largest global industries in the world. Cambodia has become the sixth largest garment exporters in the world (Du, 2007). The garment industry in Cambodia contributes large numbers of employment oppor...
NGO’s approach to community development in rural Cambodia
C. P. Viriya / Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace, 2009
In the year 2000, the eight Millennium Development Goals have been declared and require all developed and developing nations to cooperate and set target individually by 2015 for common enemy, the poverty. Regarding grassroots communit...
The price effect of tariff liberalization in Morocco: measuring the impact on household welfare
M. Cherkaoui; A. Khellaf; A. Nihou / Economic Research Forum, Egypt, 2011
This study analyses the distributive effects of tariff liberalisation in Morocco. The paper clarifies that this impact which goes through the impact of trade policies on goods prices and factor prices depends on a set of household cha...
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Peace and security along the Ivorian-Liberian border: The local perspective
Conciliation Resources, 2015
Since the Ivorian political crisis of 2010-2011, the Liberia-Côte d’Ivoire border region has experienced periodic cross-border attacks. These devastating attacks have destroyed lives, displaced families, shattered livelihoods an...
Creating incentives for more effective wastewater reuse in the Middle East and North Africa
M. Jeuland / Economic Research Forum, Egypt, 2011
Systematic water recycling remains rare in many arid and semi-arid countries, for example in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). This paper argues that much of the relative failure to make greater use of reclaimed wastewater in M...
Technology at work: the future of innovation and employment
C.B. Frey; M.A. Osborne / Oxford Martin Programme on the Impacts of Future Technology, 2015
The 21st century has already brought remarkable technological achievements. The leading corporations of the digital age — including YouTube, Facebook and eBay — barely existed only a decade ago. The Human Genome Project wa...
Agiletown: the relentless march of technology and London’s response
C.B. Frey; M.A. Osborne / Deloitte, 2014
Throughout history, advances in technology have transformed commercial activity and the jobs that people do, never more so than today with the accelerating pace of change in digitisation and robotics. The continuing impact of technolo...
The impact of high crude oil prices and challenges in pricing of petroleum products
Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi, 2006
India, with its limited domestic crude production, imports more than 70 percent of its crude oil requirement to fuel its burgeoning oil demand in wake of the booming economy. The rise in international crude oil prices directly impacts...
What do falling crude prices mean for India's fiscal deficit?
Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi, 2007
India's 2003-04 budget defied the trend of budget estimates of revenue receipts being consistently overestimated compared to actual receipts. The actual revenue collections exceeded not only the budget estimates but the revised estima...
Female wages in the Egyptian textiles and clothing industry: low pay or discrimination?
A. El-Haddad / Economic Research Forum, Egypt, 2011
Analysis of the wage gap in Egypt has most usually been carried out across the formal sector as a whole, missing nuances of differences in pay in specific occupations. This paper analyses data from a new survey of firms and workers in...
The standard of living of garment workers in Cambodia: its determinants and workers’ perception
C Chansamphors / Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace, 2009
The garment industry is one of the largest global industries in the world. Cambodia has become the sixth largest garment exporters in the world (Du, 2007). The garment industry in Cambodia contributes large numbers of employment oppor...
NGO’s approach to community development in rural Cambodia
C. P. Viriya / Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace, 2009
In the year 2000, the eight Millennium Development Goals have been declared and require all developed and developing nations to cooperate and set target individually by 2015 for common enemy, the poverty. Regarding grassroots communit...
The price effect of tariff liberalization in Morocco: measuring the impact on household welfare
M. Cherkaoui; A. Khellaf; A. Nihou / Economic Research Forum, Egypt, 2011
This study analyses the distributive effects of tariff liberalisation in Morocco. The paper clarifies that this impact which goes through the impact of trade policies on goods prices and factor prices depends on a set of household cha...
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Centre for Micro Finance, India (CMF)
The Centre for Micro Finance aims to improve the accessibility and quality of financial services for the poor through rigorous research, knowledge dissemination and evidence-based policy outreach. Most CMF research projects entail the collection of primary data via survey instruments. Once CMF data sets are cleaned and analyzed they are made publicly available online and can be accessible via...
Development Support Center (DSC)
Development Support Center (DSC) is an Indian resource organisation that provides knowledge based support to Non-Government Organisations (NGOs), government agencies and other stakeholders in the field of natural resource management.
Sustainable Development 2015 (SD2015)
The Sustainable Development 2015 website provides the latest news, information and expert analysis around the global decision-making process to define a new set of global goals to eradicate poverty through sustainable development, known as the post-2015 development agenda. The website forms part of a wider multi-stakeholder engagement programme run by Stakeholder Forum and CIVICUS, in c...
Reseau de Lutte contre la Faim (RELUFA)
The REseau de LUtte contre la FAim (RELUFA) is a non-partisan national network of Cameroonian ecumenical and secular non-profit organizations and mainstream churches. The member organizations come from all regions in Cameroon and have joined forces to develop common strategies against systemic problems of hunger, poverty, and socio-, economic- and environmental injustice
Centre pour l'Environnement et le Développement / Centre for Environment and Development (CED)
Research and advocacy organisation promoting sustainable livelihoods and the protection of natural resources in Cameroon.
International Journal of Environmental Science and Development (IJESD)
International Journal of Environmental Science and Development (IJESD) is an international academic open access journal. It aims to promote the integration of environmental science and development.
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.
Professional Development for Livelihoods Advisers Website (PLOW)
PLOW was funded by the Department for International Development (DFID) and supported the professional development of DFID livelihoods advisers. Site was operational between 2006-2008, and is now archived.
TI-UP Resource Centre
TI-UP is a key resource centre providing a one-stop shop for knowledge in the combined fields of Technology, Infrastructure and Urban Planning, serving The UK's Department for International Development (DFID) infrastructure advisors, programme managers, DFID's partners in developing countries, and the wider international development community.
Pastoralism
Pastoralism: Research, Policy and Practice is an interdisciplinary and peer-reviewed journal on extensive livestock production systems throughout the world. Pastoralists rely on rangelands and livestock for their livelihoods, but exhibit different levels of mobility and market involvement, and operate under a variety of different land tenure regimes. Pastoralism publishes research that influences...
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