SUM-forskere i media - Side 6

Dan Banik
Publisert 7. jan. 2021 10:57

– The resource curse refers to a paradox: countries that are naturally endowed with an abundance of natural resources are often unable to effectively use these resources to achieve economic development, writes Banik.

Publisert 5. jan. 2021 13:25

– Trump respekterer ikke interne demokratiske institusjoner, og har derfor ingen troverdighet som demokratiforkjemper i Venezuela, sier Benedicte Bull i et lengre intervju om blant annet sanksjoner, og rollen til USA og Norge i Venezuela.

Dan Banik
Publisert 5. jan. 2021 12:46

– This has by all means been a difficult year. The pandemic has not only wreaked havoc on our lives, it has also upended much of the developmental progress that had been achieved in the past few decades, writes Dan Banik.

Dan Banik
Publisert 5. jan. 2021 12:43

– For the time being, let us celebrate the fact that while democracy regressed in 80 countries between the start of the Covid pandemic and the month of September, the only place where it improved was Malawi, writes Dan Banik.

Dan Banik
Publisert 17. des. 2020 13:24

We have witnessed, in recent years, a growing interest among aid agencies and consultants to monitor and evaluate what is often termed as "aid effectiveness".

Publisert 14. des. 2020 12:30

– Da Terje Tvedt ble intervjuet i Dagsrevyen for en tid tilbake om sin nye ettbinds verdenshistorie, ble den annonsert som den første i sitt slag på norsk på hundre år. Den opplysningen var det trolig ikke Dagsrevyen som hadde gravd fram. Både et slikt utsagn og tittelen på boka bør være en klar kandidat til Årets overdrivelse, skriver Bøckman.

Dan Banik
Publisert 7. des. 2020 14:55

– Promoting and achieving sustainable development requires governments to be able to work across several policy domains and involve individuals and groups at many governance levels, writes Banik.