• Aid Effectiveness to Infrastructure: A Comparative Study of East Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa . Synthesis Paper 

      Jerve, Alf Morten; Nissanke, Machiko (JBICI Research Paper 36-4, Research report, 2008-08-26)
      Responding to a renewed call for aid to economic infrastructure, the JBIC Institute launched a study on effectiveness of aid to infrastructure projects. While the analysis of the effectiveness of infrastructure projects - ...
    • Controlled Religious Plurality: Possibilities for Covenantal Pluralism in Vietnam 

      Roszko, Edyta (The Review of Faith & International Affairs vol. 19 no. 3, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021-09-01)
      Historically, Vietnamese approaches to religion are highly inclusive, with flexibly overlapping religious traditions and ritual practices built on a substratum of ancestor worship. As Vietnam was colonized and became ...
    • Corruption and water governance in the Mekong River Basin 

      Sopera, Danzig (U4 Issue 2022:12, Research report, 2022-10-01)
      The six countries sharing the Mekong River Basin have governance systems that reinforce corrupt behaviour. This affects choices for regional cooperation on natural resource governance.
    • Corruption and wildlife trafficking 

      Wyatt, Tanya; Cao, Anh Ngoc (U4 Issue 2015:11, Research report, 2015-06-03)
      Wildlife trafficking is a growing global concern. It takes place in all regions of the world with those nations with high biodiversity being the source and the consumers of the wildlife as well as transit areas and hubs ...
    • Evaluation of Sida’s Model for Bilateral Research Cooperation 

      Tvedten, Inge; Bisiaux, Raphaëlle; Pain, Adam; Tostensen, Arne; Chou, Panith; Ngugi, Catherine; Paz, Rodrigo; Åström, Fredrik (Sida Evaluation, Research report, 2020-05-01)
      The purpose of the evaluation is to provide an overall assessment of the extent to which Sida’s model for bilateral research cooperation builds research capacity in low-income countries. The assessment will serve as ...
    • Navigating Seas, Markets, and Sovereignties: Fishers and Occupational Slippage in the South China Sea 

      Roszko, Edyta (Anthropological Quarterly vol. 94 no. 4, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021-12-01)
      Oceans have always been arenas of crime, drugs and human trafficking, and poaching. When such violations occur on fishing boats, they fall under the rubric of “fisheries crime.” Political scientists and economists ...
    • ‘Spectacular Fishing: Embodying Sovereignty in the post-Brexit Channel Islands and the South China Sea.’ 

      Roszko, Edyta (Variations on Sovereignty: Snapshots of Political Contestation and Transformation from Brexit to the South China Sea., Chapter, 2023-05-01)
      The South China Sea disputes over the Paracels and Spratlys – two archipelagos claimed in whole by China and Vietnam and in part by a number of ASEAN countries and Taiwan – and the post-Brexit dispute between ...
    • Will REDD+ safeguards mitigate corruption? Qualitative evidence from Southeast Asia 

      Williams, Aled; Dupuy, Kendra (The Journal of Development Studies vol. 55 no. 10, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-07-01)
      High levels of faith and finance have been invested in REDD+ as a promising global climate change mitigation policy. Since its inception in 2007, corruption has been viewed as a potential impediment to the achievement of ...