Development news

Energy world population

How much energy do we need to achieve a decent life for all?

How will humanity cope with providing energy for the world population while meeting the climate...

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England brexit effects

‘New winter of discontent could be hard to avoid’: economic expert on the crises facing Britain

Is Britain moving towards a similar economic crisis as in the 1970s? In the aftermath of Brexit,...

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New Public Management

The trust paradox – when continued NPM leads to trust

Susanna Alexius, Associate Professor at SU, and Janet Vähämäki, Team lead and Senior Researcher...

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Self-interest: the strongest driving force of aid work

Review of the book "A dizzy task: Sweden and aid 1945-1975" by David Nilsson....

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Climate change

Climate change: why government failure to act isn’t the problem

This article was first published by The Conversation.  Nick Bernards, Associate Professor of...

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Afghanistan: western powers must accept defeat and deal realistically with the Taliban

This article was first published by The Conversation.  Sten Rynning, Professor of International...

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How online conferences can contribute to social justice: lessons from organizing the EADI ISS Conference 2021

Online conferences may offer more conclusion - and social justice. read about experiences from the...

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Africa does not have a homogenous, progressive and fast growing middle class

For more than a decade, there has been much talk of middle classes in the global south –...

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Critical reflexivity in political ecology research

A newly published paper uncovers aspects of research unveiled by the global...

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