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Has the EU accession process reduced informal practices in the judiciary in post-communist states?
A.B. Grødeland; A. Aasland / Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research 2006
Informal judicial practices, which give rise to corruption, were common in East, Central and Southeast Europe under communist rule. This study seeks to assess the extent to which the scope for such informal practices has reduced ...
The implementation of effective REDD policies in developing countries
M. Kanninen; D. Murdiyarso; F. Seymour / Center for International Forestry Research 2007
Global and national policy arenas focused on climate change have identified deforestation and forest degradation as important sources of greenhouse gas emissions. As a result, Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation (RE...
Assessing the impacts of land registration and certification in Ethiopia on women   
S. Holden; T. Tefera / Centre for Property Rights and Development, Norwegian Mapping and Cadastre Authority 2008
Land certification has been implemented in Ethiopia since 1998 and over 5 million certificates have been delivered. This is the largest delivery of non-freehold rights in such a short time period in Sub Saharan Africa. The new federal...
Report from conference focusing on indigenous movements in South America
G. Bjørhovde; S. Saugestad; A. M. Stenhammer / Forum for Development Cooperation with Indigenous Peoples - University of Tromsø 2006
This reports reflects the discussions and outcomes of the Forum for Development Cooperation with Indigenous Peoples at the University of Tromsø from the 5th-6th of October 2006.  The Forum focused exclusively on South Amer...
Predicting household poverty in Mozambique
A. Mathiassen; D. Roll-Hansen / Statistics Norway 2007
There is an increasing demand for more frequent measurements of the poverty situation. Statistics Norway has developed a method for monitoring the development in the time periods between full-fledged Household Income and Expenditure S...
The macroeconomic consequences for the government budget 2007/8 in Malawi
Å. Cappelen; R. Choudhury; H. Kamwana / Statistics Norway 2007
This report aims to analyse the medium- to long-term macroeconomic consequences of the main items expected to be implemented in the Malawi government budget for 2007/8. To perform the quantitative analysis the report uses a small macr...
Collection of papers examining the legitimacy and effectiveness of global environmental governance
I. Balberg (ed); H. Hofstad (ed) / Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research 2007
This working paper contains reports on the creation of more effective and legitimate multi-governance arrangements in various policy domains from the 8. Nordic Environmental Social Science Research Conference held in Norway in June, 2...
Presenting the results of  Norwegian development assistance
Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation - NORAD 2007
This report is Norad’s first attempt to compile and present results of all Norwegian development assistance, which amounts to more than NOK 20 billion per year (approximately USD 3.5 billion). Part I follows the Nor...
Authority, responsibility and justice in environmental politics
I. Balberg (ed); H. Hofstad (ed) / Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research 2007
This working paper contains seven papers presented at the 8.Nordic Environmental Social Science Research conference held in Oslo in June 2007. The conference looked into how the international community, nations and local communities m...
Analysing the effectiveness of tsunami aid delivery in Sri Lanka
M. Haug / Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research 2007
This report analyses the delivery of tsunami aid in Sri Lanka through international non-governmental organisations and the interface between the international aid delivery system and Sri Lankan governance institutions, civil society o...
Items 1541 to 550 of 550

Items 1541 to 550 of 550

Has the EU accession process reduced informal practices in the judiciary in post-communist states?
A.B. Grødeland; A. Aasland / Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research 2006
Informal judicial practices, which give rise to corruption, were common in East, Central and Southeast Europe under communist rule. This study seeks to assess the extent to which the scope for such informal practices has reduced ...
The implementation of effective REDD policies in developing countries
M. Kanninen; D. Murdiyarso; F. Seymour / Center for International Forestry Research 2007
Global and national policy arenas focused on climate change have identified deforestation and forest degradation as important sources of greenhouse gas emissions. As a result, Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation (RE...
Assessing the impacts of land registration and certification in Ethiopia on women   
S. Holden; T. Tefera / Centre for Property Rights and Development, Norwegian Mapping and Cadastre Authority 2008
Land certification has been implemented in Ethiopia since 1998 and over 5 million certificates have been delivered. This is the largest delivery of non-freehold rights in such a short time period in Sub Saharan Africa. The new federal...
Report from conference focusing on indigenous movements in South America
G. Bjørhovde; S. Saugestad; A. M. Stenhammer / Forum for Development Cooperation with Indigenous Peoples - University of Tromsø 2006
This reports reflects the discussions and outcomes of the Forum for Development Cooperation with Indigenous Peoples at the University of Tromsø from the 5th-6th of October 2006.  The Forum focused exclusively on South Amer...
Predicting household poverty in Mozambique
A. Mathiassen; D. Roll-Hansen / Statistics Norway 2007
There is an increasing demand for more frequent measurements of the poverty situation. Statistics Norway has developed a method for monitoring the development in the time periods between full-fledged Household Income and Expenditure S...
The macroeconomic consequences for the government budget 2007/8 in Malawi
Å. Cappelen; R. Choudhury; H. Kamwana / Statistics Norway 2007
This report aims to analyse the medium- to long-term macroeconomic consequences of the main items expected to be implemented in the Malawi government budget for 2007/8. To perform the quantitative analysis the report uses a small macr...
Collection of papers examining the legitimacy and effectiveness of global environmental governance
I. Balberg (ed); H. Hofstad (ed) / Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research 2007
This working paper contains reports on the creation of more effective and legitimate multi-governance arrangements in various policy domains from the 8. Nordic Environmental Social Science Research Conference held in Norway in June, 2...
Presenting the results of  Norwegian development assistance
Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation - NORAD 2007
This report is Norad’s first attempt to compile and present results of all Norwegian development assistance, which amounts to more than NOK 20 billion per year (approximately USD 3.5 billion). Part I follows the Nor...
Authority, responsibility and justice in environmental politics
I. Balberg (ed); H. Hofstad (ed) / Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research 2007
This working paper contains seven papers presented at the 8.Nordic Environmental Social Science Research conference held in Oslo in June 2007. The conference looked into how the international community, nations and local communities m...
Analysing the effectiveness of tsunami aid delivery in Sri Lanka
M. Haug / Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research 2007
This report analyses the delivery of tsunami aid in Sri Lanka through international non-governmental organisations and the interface between the international aid delivery system and Sri Lankan governance institutions, civil society o...
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