Martin-Shields, Charles P. / Sonia Camacho / Rodrigo Taborda / Constantin Ruhe (2019)
Discussion Paper, 12/2019
This paper explores how access to digital technology (ICTs) differs between long-term residents and urban migrants in Bogota. Our data indicates that while migrants initially have lower access to ICTs, over time they become more likely than long-term residents to gain ICT and internet access.
This paper examines how the EU’s current engagement on migration in Africa is impacting on African ambitions to establish free movement regimes. It focuses first on the continental level, and then looks at two regional economic communities: IGAD in the Horn of Africa and ECOWAS in West Africa.
Loewe, Markus / Bernhard Trautner / Tina Zintl (2019)
The social contract is a key term in social science literature focusing on state-society relations but has rarely been well. Our briefing paper suggests a concept where social contracts are sets of agreements between societal groups and the government on rights and obligations towards each other.
Kaplan, Lennart C. / Jana Kuhnt / Katharina Richert / Sebastian Vollmer (2019)
Discussion Paper, 10/2019
Which factors determine the uptake of development interventions? Based on the psychological Theory of Planned Behaviour, this paper identifies personal attitudes, subjective norms, the perceived ease of performing the behaviour and the implementers' identity as crucial determinants.
Schraven, Benjamin / Stephen Adaawen / Christina Rademacher-Schulz / Nadine Segadlo (2019)
Die Auswirkungen des Klimawandels auf die menschliche Sicherheit in Subsahara-Afrika sind schwerwiegend. Dieses Papier beschreibt, welche Rolle Migration in diesem Kontext in West-, Ost- und im südlichen Afrika spielt und wie die Entwicklungszusammenarbeit damit umgehen sollte.