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- DocumentSave the Children Fund, 2001This article poses several questions, which the author contends underpin discussions concerning pastoralism and education:who should decide what kind of lives people should lead?what is the prerequisite for people to be able to have a choice in deciding their own lives?could education have anything to do with this?This report is critical of Kratli's report for:fDocumentSustainable Development Networking Programme, Malawi, 2000Database presents materials on gender and women studies in Malawi:- books, dissertations, journal articles, research reports, seminar papers, conference and workshop proceedings as well as directories and bibliographies covering the period 1980-2000.DocumentDanish Institute for International Studies, 2001This paper examines the implications for developing country producers of changes in UK retailers’ global sourcing practices.DocumentWageningen University, Netherlands, 2001Evidence suggests that major ecosystems can shift to alternative and contrasting stable states depending on environmental conditions. The authors propose a theoretical model for these shifts.DocumentGE Food Alert Campaign Centre, 2001Samples of native landraces of maize from two remote locations in Southern Mexico were tested along with a local commercial sample and seeds collected in the same area in 1971.DocumentWorld Institute for Development Economics Research (WIDER), 2001This paper analyses the hypothesis that terrorising the civilian population plays a military role.DocumentWorld Institute for Development Economics Research (WIDER), 2001What explains conflict, its intensity, and its duration? What are the chances of achieving a durable peace?DocumentWorld Institute for Development Economics Research (WIDER), 2001This paper is about the process rather than the origins of conflict and focussing on African examples, uses game theory to set out a model of peace and conflict in which two actors engage with each other. Moral hazard is also introduced into actions and efforts to promote peace.DocumentFuture Harvest, 2001Half of the worlds protected areas are being heavily used for agriculture. Malnutrition and hunger are pervasive in 16 of the worlds 25 biodiversity hotspots.DocumentIndira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, India, 2000This paper develops and explores the consequences of strategic interaction between the government and private agents in the context of a tradeoff between growth and redistribution in developing countries.The paper describes the tradeoff between growth and re-distribution, presenting the formal model and deriving the main results.