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Why disseminate research online?
C. Fisher / Global Development Network 2008
What are the benefits of disseminating research online? How would you go about it if you do not have your own website? This toolkit addresses these and other questions, providing broad tips and suggestions for communicating academic r...
Lebanon can achieve the Millenium Development Goal target of halving extreme poverty
H. El Laithy; K. Abu-Ismail; K. Hamdan / International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth 2008
This country study is a modified executive summary of the full report, which is the first to draw a comprehensive profile of poverty in Lebanon based on money-metric measurements of household expenditures. Its data source is a 2004/05...
What are the effects of dense communication on enhancing R&D in Korea and China?
N. Hamaguchi; Y. Kameyama / The International Centre for the Study of East Asian Development 2007
This paper analyses the effects of dense communication in industry-university-government cooperation on enhancing in-house Research & Development in Korea and China. The knowledge-based industrial clusters focused on are the Seoul...
Trends in Algerian society: Inter-Maghreb relations
L. Martinez / EuroMesco 2006
This survey conducted in Algeria in July 2006 analyses attitudes in Algerian society towards inter-Maghreb country relations, the AMU’s stalemate and perspectives on regional integration. The analysis also suggest...
Can technology and innovation promote development in LDCs?
United Nations [UN] Conference on Trade and Development 2007
UNCTAD’s Least Developed Countries Report 2007 focuses on knowledge accumulation, technological learning and the ability to innovate as vital processes toward genuine productive capacity development for LDCs. The report argues t...
Lessons for civil society groups and donors interested in undertaking applied budget work
P. de Renzio; W. Krafchik / Overseas Development Institute 2007
This study examines the issues of budget accountability and budget policies. Within budget acountability it looks at budget groups’ impact on levels of budget transparency, public literacy and awareness of budget issues, an...
Marginalisation as an outcome or a process
R. Kanbur / Poverty, inequality and development research at Cornell University 2007
This paper argues that economic marginalisation can be conceptualised as an outcome or process. When defined as an outcome, it can be a static description or a dynamic characterisation of how things are moving. The author argues that ...
What is the role of research in conflict policy and practice?
K. Jennings / Institute for Applied International Studies, Norway 2007
This review discusses the importance of empirical research in conflict situations. The goal of the review is to map existing research to identify findings on policy and practice for conflict, conflict prevention and conflict resolutio...
An information brief on evaluating the coordination, complementarity and coherence in the European Union’s development coordination policies and operations
Three Cs 2007
How can the European Union support developing countries in their integration into the world economy, through trade rather than aid? This paper provides valuable insights to development policy makers in the EC and relevant institutions...
A reflection on the analysis of and response to food insecurity
D. Maxwell / Feinstein International Center, USA 2007
This paper reflects on where the people termed a “community of practice” stand in the food security enterprise. That is, those people who have a common interest or problem, who collaborate to share ideas, find solutions an...
Items 651 to 311 of 311

Items 651 to 311 of 311

Why disseminate research online?
C. Fisher / Global Development Network 2008
What are the benefits of disseminating research online? How would you go about it if you do not have your own website? This toolkit addresses these and other questions, providing broad tips and suggestions for communicating academic r...
Lebanon can achieve the Millenium Development Goal target of halving extreme poverty
H. El Laithy; K. Abu-Ismail; K. Hamdan / International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth 2008
This country study is a modified executive summary of the full report, which is the first to draw a comprehensive profile of poverty in Lebanon based on money-metric measurements of household expenditures. Its data source is a 2004/05...
What are the effects of dense communication on enhancing R&D in Korea and China?
N. Hamaguchi; Y. Kameyama / The International Centre for the Study of East Asian Development 2007
This paper analyses the effects of dense communication in industry-university-government cooperation on enhancing in-house Research & Development in Korea and China. The knowledge-based industrial clusters focused on are the Seoul...
Trends in Algerian society: Inter-Maghreb relations
L. Martinez / EuroMesco 2006
This survey conducted in Algeria in July 2006 analyses attitudes in Algerian society towards inter-Maghreb country relations, the AMU’s stalemate and perspectives on regional integration. The analysis also suggest...
Can technology and innovation promote development in LDCs?
United Nations [UN] Conference on Trade and Development 2007
UNCTAD’s Least Developed Countries Report 2007 focuses on knowledge accumulation, technological learning and the ability to innovate as vital processes toward genuine productive capacity development for LDCs. The report argues t...
Lessons for civil society groups and donors interested in undertaking applied budget work
P. de Renzio; W. Krafchik / Overseas Development Institute 2007
This study examines the issues of budget accountability and budget policies. Within budget acountability it looks at budget groups’ impact on levels of budget transparency, public literacy and awareness of budget issues, an...
Marginalisation as an outcome or a process
R. Kanbur / Poverty, inequality and development research at Cornell University 2007
This paper argues that economic marginalisation can be conceptualised as an outcome or process. When defined as an outcome, it can be a static description or a dynamic characterisation of how things are moving. The author argues that ...
What is the role of research in conflict policy and practice?
K. Jennings / Institute for Applied International Studies, Norway 2007
This review discusses the importance of empirical research in conflict situations. The goal of the review is to map existing research to identify findings on policy and practice for conflict, conflict prevention and conflict resolutio...
An information brief on evaluating the coordination, complementarity and coherence in the European Union’s development coordination policies and operations
Three Cs 2007
How can the European Union support developing countries in their integration into the world economy, through trade rather than aid? This paper provides valuable insights to development policy makers in the EC and relevant institutions...
A reflection on the analysis of and response to food insecurity
D. Maxwell / Feinstein International Center, USA 2007
This paper reflects on where the people termed a “community of practice” stand in the food security enterprise. That is, those people who have a common interest or problem, who collaborate to share ideas, find solutions an...
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