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Assessing the gains and incentives to invest in new technology in developing countries
C. Hagem / Statistics Norway 2007
The clean development mechanism (CMD) of the Kyoto Protocol may induce technological change in developing countries. As an alternative to the clean development mechanism regime, developing countries may accept a cap on their own emiss...
Assessing the impact of Bistandsnemnda's work with indigenous peoples
A. Borchgrevink; J.-A. McNeish / Chr. Michelsen Institute, Norway 2007
Bistandsnemnda – The Norwegian Missions in Development (BN) – receives the largest amount of funds for indigenous peoples projects. It is an umbrella organisation, consisting of 18 mission organisations. This report repres...
Why donors should care about corruption
I. Kolstad / Chr. Michelsen Institute, Norway 2008
This four page brief examines consequentiality and duty-based arguments against corruption. According to the brief, corruption is believed to reduce investment and growth, and to have a disproportionate effect on the poor. More generally, c...
Establishing long-term peace in Ethiopia and Eritrea
L. Lata (ed) / Institute for Applied International Studies, Norway 2007
This document reflects the discussion and outcomes of the scholarly conference on the Ethiopia-Eritrea Conflict held in Oslo in July, 2006. The conference aimed to achieve the following objectives: putting together an ...
Analysing the application of access and benefit sharing for genetic resources
M. W. Tvedt; T. Young / Fridtjof Nansen Institute 2007
This book seeks to analyse the application of access and benefit sharing (ABS) to genetic resources in the hands of users and researchers outside the provider country or country of origin. It considers a variety of measures and approa...
How to realise farmers’ rights
G. Mwila; G. H. Evjen; R. Andersen / Information from the Norwegian Government and the Ministries 2007
The report reflects the outcomes, discussion and recommendations that resulted from the Informal International Consultation on Farmers´ Rights from 18 - 20 September 2007 in Lusaka, Zambia. All relevant issues and top...
How reliable is the M85?
C. King; O. Dullum; G. Østern / Norwegian People's Aid 2007
The primary purpose of this study is to examine the performance of the M85 bomblet in combat conditions, because this specific bomblet has become the symbol of a proposed approach to solve the problems that cluster munitions cause. Th...
Mapping existing competence in Norwegian institutions relevant for development co-operation in fisheries
J.O. Krakstad; J. Klepsvik; E. Bakken / Centre For Development Co-operation in Fisheries, Norway 2006
This report is aimed at mapping existing competence in Norwegian institutions relevant for development co-operation in fisheries. The objective of this report is to provide Norad and the Norwegian Embassies, as well as the ...
Improving energy security in India and China
S. Tønnesson; A. Kolas / International Peace Research Institute, Oslo 2006
What is the composition of Indian and Chinese energy consumption and their relative dependence on imported energy (with a focus on oil and gas)? This paper describes the responses of India and China to their need for energy security, ...
Is the Nepal Living Standards Survey biased by the Maoists?
M. Hatlebakk / Chr. Michelsen Institute, Norway 2007
The Maoist party of Nepal started the People's war in 1996, and gradually extended their influence in the rural areas. Eight years into the war, in 2003/04, the Central Bureau of Statistics, in collaboration with the World Bank, condu...
Items 11 to 20 of 550

Items 11 to 20 of 550

Assessing the gains and incentives to invest in new technology in developing countries
C. Hagem / Statistics Norway 2007
The clean development mechanism (CMD) of the Kyoto Protocol may induce technological change in developing countries. As an alternative to the clean development mechanism regime, developing countries may accept a cap on their own emiss...
Assessing the impact of Bistandsnemnda's work with indigenous peoples
A. Borchgrevink; J.-A. McNeish / Chr. Michelsen Institute, Norway 2007
Bistandsnemnda – The Norwegian Missions in Development (BN) – receives the largest amount of funds for indigenous peoples projects. It is an umbrella organisation, consisting of 18 mission organisations. This report repres...
Why donors should care about corruption
I. Kolstad / Chr. Michelsen Institute, Norway 2008
This four page brief examines consequentiality and duty-based arguments against corruption. According to the brief, corruption is believed to reduce investment and growth, and to have a disproportionate effect on the poor. More generally, c...
Establishing long-term peace in Ethiopia and Eritrea
L. Lata (ed) / Institute for Applied International Studies, Norway 2007
This document reflects the discussion and outcomes of the scholarly conference on the Ethiopia-Eritrea Conflict held in Oslo in July, 2006. The conference aimed to achieve the following objectives: putting together an ...
Analysing the application of access and benefit sharing for genetic resources
M. W. Tvedt; T. Young / Fridtjof Nansen Institute 2007
This book seeks to analyse the application of access and benefit sharing (ABS) to genetic resources in the hands of users and researchers outside the provider country or country of origin. It considers a variety of measures and approa...
How to realise farmers’ rights
G. Mwila; G. H. Evjen; R. Andersen / Information from the Norwegian Government and the Ministries 2007
The report reflects the outcomes, discussion and recommendations that resulted from the Informal International Consultation on Farmers´ Rights from 18 - 20 September 2007 in Lusaka, Zambia. All relevant issues and top...
How reliable is the M85?
C. King; O. Dullum; G. Østern / Norwegian People's Aid 2007
The primary purpose of this study is to examine the performance of the M85 bomblet in combat conditions, because this specific bomblet has become the symbol of a proposed approach to solve the problems that cluster munitions cause. Th...
Mapping existing competence in Norwegian institutions relevant for development co-operation in fisheries
J.O. Krakstad; J. Klepsvik; E. Bakken / Centre For Development Co-operation in Fisheries, Norway 2006
This report is aimed at mapping existing competence in Norwegian institutions relevant for development co-operation in fisheries. The objective of this report is to provide Norad and the Norwegian Embassies, as well as the ...
Improving energy security in India and China
S. Tønnesson; A. Kolas / International Peace Research Institute, Oslo 2006
What is the composition of Indian and Chinese energy consumption and their relative dependence on imported energy (with a focus on oil and gas)? This paper describes the responses of India and China to their need for energy security, ...
Is the Nepal Living Standards Survey biased by the Maoists?
M. Hatlebakk / Chr. Michelsen Institute, Norway 2007
The Maoist party of Nepal started the People's war in 1996, and gradually extended their influence in the rural areas. Eight years into the war, in 2003/04, the Central Bureau of Statistics, in collaboration with the World Bank, condu...
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