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This Project exemplified learning by doing, using and interacting. It was about case study teams
responding to a Call for Proposals, issued by UNU-MERIT, doing research on the topics of their
choice and producing reports accepted at international conferences and published on the UNU-...

The research focuses on understanding governance related to small-scale fisheries and coastal management in the eastern Caribbean. Scholarly work on marine resource governance and social networks is increasing, but MarGov went further and used empirical evidence to test conceptual frameworks, as...

Using a poverty and well being survey for 16 districts in Zimbabwe—a country engulfed by an economic crisis during the past decade, this paper explores the profile of poverty in Zimbabwe. We find that poverty remains very high in Zimbabwe with four out of every five persons classified as poor....