SUM-forskere i media - Side 8

Publisert 26. mars 2020 11:39

- I returned home to Norway exactly a week ago. A few hours before landing at Oslo airport, the government announced a drastic set of measures aimed at preventing further spread of the coronavirus, writes Dan Banik.

Publisert 16. mars 2020 10:15

There is an ongoing debate on the role and impact of development planning. Supporters of five-year or 10-year plans claim that countries and their governments require a clearly articulated vision that will guide public policies aimed at achieving certain desirable outcomes, writes Banik.

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Publisert 28. feb. 2020 11:32

As concern about coronavirus grows, three Washington-based think tanks are proposing that the G7 launch a new health security fund, managed by the World Bank, to help poor countries cope with a possible future pandemic. A researcher in Oslo warns that such a fund would further fragment the complicated global health architecture and weaken the World Health Organisation.

Publisert 25. feb. 2020 08:50

 I Venezuela går familier i oppløsning som følge av krisen som rammer innbyggerne. Over en million barn har blitt etterlatt og mange har blitt utsatt for omsorgssvikt og grove overgrep i det kriserammede landet.

Publisert 20. feb. 2020 09:33

The influential journalist Martin Wolf of the Financial Times argued in Oslo last week that while emerging countries continue to have large groups of their population living in poverty, the emissions per head of these groups, including most African citizens, is relatively low. What does this mean for the prospects for continued economic growth and emissions? asks Banik.

Publisert 7. feb. 2020 10:28

While the country’s identity abroad is all too frequently associated with poverty, Malawi will from now on be able to bask in the glory of having accomplished a feat that has only been once replicated on the African continent, writes Banik.