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Working Paper Series - Global Challenges

Working Paper Series - Global Challenges

This series seeks to disseminate research focused on issues such as poverty and inequality, sustainability, and other relevant global challenges.

The working paper series (WPS) is a joint effort between CROP and UiB Global Challenges and was conceived as a vehicle for scholars in our mutual global network to swiftly disseminate their research.

Papers received are subject to peer review and are approved for publication by an Editorial Board. For more information, please contact: crop@uib.no


Open access to all papers is available through Bergen Open Research Archive (BORA) at the University of Bergen.

OPEN ACCESS TO WORKING PAPER SERIES


An overview of papers published so far can be found below:


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Approaches to Social Investment and Their Implications for Poverty in Sweden and the European Union

No. 4 - September 2017

CROP/UiB Global WORKING PAPER SERIES on Global Challenges, Issue #4. Authors: Axel Cronert & Joakim Palme

CAN THE EUROPEAN UNION 2020 STRATEGY DELIVER ON SOCIAL INCLUSION?

No. 3 - June 2017

CROP/UiB Global WORKING PAPER SERIES on Global Challenges, Issue #3. Author: Maria Petmesidou

Social Connectedness and Poverty Eradication: A South African Perspective

No. 2 - May 2017

CROP/UiB Global WORKING PAPER SERIES on Global Challenges, Issue #2. Authors: Kim Samuel & Jacqueline Bagwiza Uwizeyimana

Global Inequality and Global Poverty since the Cold War: How robust is the optimistic narrative?

No. 1 - October 2016

CROP/UiB Global WORKING PAPER SERIES on Global Challenges, Issue #1. Authors: Peter Edward & Andy Sumner

UiB ISC

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CROP POVERTY BRIEF 51: by Riina Pilke (University of Turku).

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CROP POVERTY BRIEF 50: by Ojijo Odhiambo and Fatima Umar (UNDP Nigeria Country Office).

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29 June - 2 July 2020 | The Hague, Netherlands

CALL FOR PANELS: Solidarity, Peace and Social Justice (deadline 6 September)

World Science Forum 2019

20-23 November, 2019 | Budapest, Hungary

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: "Science, Ethics and Responsibility" (deadline 10 April).

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