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Planning Grants

No planning grants are announced at present.

Previous announcements 2014 the following projects received planning grants:

"How do Local Communities Organize Resistance and Coooperation when Targeted by Global Mining Projects?"
Adrián Groglopo, Social Work; Maria Clara Medina, Global Studies; Juan Velasquez Atehortúa, Gender Studies
(SEK 75,000 plus 50% for overhead costs)

"Technological Changes and Societal Implications: Health, data protection and rights in South Africa and India"
Sofie Hellberg, Global Studies; Elida Jacobsen, Global Studies
(SEK 75,000 plus 50% for overhead costs)

"The Ethical Crisis in Microfinance: Issues, findings, and implications"
Joakim Sandberg, Philosophy, Linquistics and Theory of Science; Marek Hudon, Brussels

"Ibogaine - en studie av bio-prospektering av psykonautsubkulturen"
Johan Söderberg, Sociology and Work Science

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Distribution of grants in connection with previous announcements


On December 16, 2013 the following projects received planning grants:

"Social globalization and domestic governance: HR challenges and implications for multinational companies in Sweden and India"
Karin Allard and Annika Härenstam, Sociology and Work Science
(SEK 75,000 plus 50% for overhead costs)

"Why do political leaders prefer mega-development to people centered development? Can it be explained as a collective action problem?
Dhammika Herath and Mattias Larsen, Global Studies
(SEK 75,000 plus 50% for overhead costs)

"The migration-corruption nexus: Securitization, internal border control and everyday corruption in Greece and Malaysia"
Anja Karlsson Franck, Global Studies
(SEK 75,000 plus 50% for overhead costs)

"Land, livestock and livelihood (Triple-L) dynamics in East African Drylands"
Per Knutsson, Global Studies
(SEK 67,450 plus 50% for overhead costs)

Coal conflicts: Participatory resource governance for improved sustainability and conflict resolution in India and Mozambique"
Patrik Oskarsson and Andrea Nightingale, Global Studies
(SEK 30,000 plust 50% for overhead costs)

"Building sustainable growth or building the failed state in Africa? Mining investment, infrastructure development, and enclave economies in contemporary Sub-Saharan Africa"
Peer Schouten, Global Studies
(SEK 75,000 plus 50% for overhead costs)

"Regional favoritism, ethnic segregation, and corruption prosecutions"
Michele Valsecchi, Economics
(SEK 75,000 plus 50% for overhead costs)

"Managing sorcery practices and accusations in the state law system: An anthropological study"
Johan Wedel and Syna Ouattara, Global Studies
(SEK 75,000 plus 50% for overhead costs)

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On December 5, 2012 the following projects received planning grants:

"Securing land rights in Sub-Saharan rural Africa: Experiences and lessons learned from Mozambique"
Margareta Espling, Human Geography and Lasse Krantz
(SEK 75,000 plus 50% for overhead costs)

"Governing complex climate change risks along the Indian southwest coast"
Per Knutsson and Alin Kadfak, Global Studies
(SEK 58,500 plus 38% for overhead costs)

"Stakeholders' understanding of sustainable tourism and their implementation strategies: Evidence from the global tourism industry in Tanzania"
Kristina Nilsson Lindström, Human Geography/Centre for Tourism
(SEK 75,000 plus 50% for overhead costs)

"Political violence and climate change? Resource governance and contentious politics in South Asia"
Andrea Nightingale, Global Studies
(SEK 75,000 plus 50% for overhead costs)

"The cost for not solving the territorial dispute between China and Japan in the East China Sea"
Patrik Ström, Business Administration and Mats Norvenius, Language and Literature
(SEK 75,000 plus 50% for overhead costs)

"Immigrant health and drug use: A study of khat consumption among Somali-Swedes"
Johan Wedel, Global Studies
(SEK 75,000 plus 50% for overhead costs)

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On December 19, 2011 the following project received a planning grant:

"European Commission TSER FP7 for a large scale integrating project: Knowing education systems in European contexts"
Sverker Lindblad, Education and Special Education
(SEK 72,000 plus 50% for overhead costs)

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On August 29, 2011 the following three projects received  planning grants:

"Uranium extraction in Niger: Exploring global/local connections through security discourses and development potentials"
Stina Hansson, Sofie Hellberg, Åsa Boholm, Global Studies
(SEK 75,000 plus 50% for overhead costs)

"UN work to secure peace and security"
Ludwig Gelot, Global Studies
(SEK 45,000 plus 50% for overhead costs)

"Local business owners in post-conflict reconstruction in northern Uganda"
Malin Nystrand, Global Studies
(SEK 75,000 plus 50% for overhead costs)

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No planning grants were distributed in December 2010.

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On August 30, 2010 the following three projects received planning grants:

"Climate Change and Malaria Control"
Jessica Coria, Economics
(SEK 75,000 plus 50% for overhead costs)

"Media Power in a Globalized World: On the political consequences of boundless information"
Marie Demker, Political Science
(SEK 60,000 plus 50%)

"Funding and Provision of Local Services in Rwanda"
Malin Hasselskog, Global Studies
(SEK 75,000 plus 50%)

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On December 22, 2009 the following three projects each received planning grants of SEK 75,000 plus 50% for overhead costs:

"Outsourcing industrial production to the informal sector: Women small scale producers and home-worker through time and space"
Gunilla Blomqvist, Peace and Development Studies; Anja K. Franck, Economic Geography; Ann Ighe, Economic History; Malin Nilsson, Economic History

"Constraints for the adoption of international good practices to improve child health"
Dick Durevall, Economics; Bengt Lindblad, GU Institute for the Health of Women and Children; Annika Lindskog, Economics

"The new developers? The roles of circular migrants in policy and practice"
Lisa Åkesson, Social Anthropology; Maria Eriksson Baaz, Peace and Development Studies; Marita Eastmond, Social Anthropolgy

 

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