Research Design

A unique research design to study institutional change The LINGS project is characterized by a unique research design. Throughout Kunene, a research team carried out comparative and longitudinal ethnographic field studies. Following a travelling models approach, these ethnographic cases can

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Team

Prof. Dr. Michael Bollig, University of Cologne Michael.Bollig@uni-koeln.de Michael Bollig is Professor for Social and Cultural Anthropology at the University of Cologne and has been conducting research in northern Kunene since 1994. He is currently working on local dynamics of

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About

LINGS’ core focus is to study the local institutional dynamics and socioeconomic consequences generated through state decentralization reforms targeting rural water-management (mainly boreholes) within the communal farming areas of the Kunene region, north-western Namibia. Starting in the mid- 1990s and

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