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Sylvia Keala Duerr

Leadership in World of Warcraft. A comparative study of leadership styles in three guilds

 

Teresie Schafranek Solum Hommersand

"The answer, my darling is blowin' in the wind" - Pioneering wind energy in South Africa

 

Borgar Emanuelsen Bohlin

"Between a rock and a hard place". The contradictory roles of organizations involved in housing delivery in South African informal settlements.

 

Janne Alise Gullestad

Attuning a voice. Professionalization and the changing role of the National Organization of Nurses and Midwives in Malawi

 

Trude Kvam Ulleland

The cluster approach for organizing emergency responce: A case study of Myanmar and Haiti (2008)

 

Naomi Naa Dede Adjei

Putting decision into action: the disability act of Ghana, six years down the line.

 

Harold Sougato Baroi

Implementation of right to information act, 2009 in Bangladesh: A study on Union Parishad

 

Suzan Mbatudde

Trust in central government in Uganda: the importance of institutional outputs.

 

Bruno Onzima

Public accountability: Explaining variations across local government in Uganda.

 

Ermyas Admasu Wolde

Performance appraisal in action in the Ethiopian higher education institutions: does administrative culture matter? A study of Jimma University in Ethiopia.

 

Martin BrantuoPolitical participation and representation of women at the local level in Ghana. The case of Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly and Kwabre-East District Assembly.