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Frontiers: Territory and state formation in the modern world
  • A. Hudson
  • Political Science, Sociology
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Evaluation of Citizens ’ Voice and Accountability : Review of the Literature and Donor Approaches
Acknowledgements Acknowledgements We would like to thank the members of the Evaluation Core Group of DAC members for their cooperation in the preparation of this report and their constructiveExpand
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NGOs’ transnational advocacy networks: from ‘legitimacy’ to ‘political responsibility’?
NGOs that operate as part of transnational advocacy networks face a number of ‘legitimacy challenges’ concerning their rights to participate in the shaping of global governance. Outlining theExpand
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Placing trust, trusting place: on the social construction of offshore financial centres
Abstract A dominant story about globalization tells of relatively immobile places, seeking to attract increasingly mobile capital, becoming locked into a process of competitive deregulation. ThisExpand
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Advocacy by UK-Based Development NGOs
With Northern development nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) becoming more involved in advocacy and policy influence, they are increasingly being asked questions about their effectiveness,Expand
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Offshoreness, Globalization and Sovereignty: A Postmodern Geo‐Political Economy?
Processes of globalization rework sovereignty as the ordering principle of the international political economy, creating new geographies of power. Such a reworking is most apparent offshore, a siteExpand
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Reshaping the regulatory landscape: border skirmishes around the Bahamas and Cayman offshore financial centres
Processes of globalization involve changes in the spatialities of power and social relations. This article develops a theory of regulatory landscapes, as a conceptual tool to aid our understanding ofExpand
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Software for Qualitative Research: 1. Prospectus and Overview
TLDR
In recent years there has been growing interest in the use of computers within qualitative geography. Expand
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Policy Coherence for Development in the EU Council: Strategies for the Way Forward. CEPS Paperbacks. July 2006
In recognition of the fact that EU policies in non-development areas, such as trade, energy and migration, can also profoundly affect the poor in developing countries, the EU has affirmed ‘PolicyExpand
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Software for Qualitative Research: 2. Some Thoughts on ‘Aiding’ Analysis
In this paper we reject accounts which portray computer aided qualitative data analysis software (CAQDAS) as neutral and benign. We argue that applying computer software to qualitative projectsExpand
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