Nora Stel
Nora Stel
Assistant Professor in Conflict Studies, Radboud University Nijmegen
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Lebanon's response to the Syrian refugee crisis–Institutional ambiguity as a governance strategy
J Nassar, N Stel
Political Geography 70, 44-54, 2019
Refugee entrepreneurship: context and directions for future research
S Desai, W Naudé, N Stel
Small Business Economics 56, 933-945, 2021
The agnotology of eviction in South Lebanon's Palestinian gatherings: How institutional ambiguity and deliberate ignorance shape sensitive spaces
N Stel
Antipode 48 (5), 1400-1419, 2016
Hybrid political order and the politics of uncertainty: Refugee governance in Lebanon
N Stel
‘Public–private entanglement’: entrepreneurship in Lebanon’s hybrid political order
N Stel, W Naudé
The Journal of Development Studies 52 (2), 254-268, 2016
The eye of the beholder: Service provision and state legitimacy in Burundi
N Stel, R Ndayiragije
Africa Spectrum 49 (3), 3-28, 2014
Entrepreneurs in the dark: the impact of fragile and hybrid governance on Lebanese entrepreneurship—a case-study of the electricity sector
N Stel
Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship 18 (03), 1350017, 2013
Organized chaos: Informal institution building among Palestinian refugees in the Maashouk gathering in South Lebanon
N Yassin, N Stel, R Rassi
Journal of Refugee Studies 29 (3), 341-362, 2016
Governance and government in the Arab Spring Hybridity: reflections from Lebanon
N Stel
Contemporary Readings in Law and Social Justice 6 (1), 49-69, 2014
Languages of stateness in South Lebanon's Palestinian gatherings: The PLO's popular committees as twilight institutions
N Stel
Development and Change 47 (3), 446-471, 2016
Reconsidering rebel governance
I Duyvesteyn, G Frerks, B Kistemaker, N Stel, N Terpstra
African Frontiers, 31-40, 2016
Uncertainty, exhaustion, and abandonment beyond South/North divides: Governing forced migration through strategic ambiguity
N Stel
Political Geography 88, 102391, 2021
Lebanese–palestinian governance interaction in the Palestinian gathering of Shabriha, South Lebanon–a tentative extension of the ‘mediated state’from Africa to the mediterranean
NM Stel
Mediterranean Politics 20 (1), 76-96, 2015
Mediated stateness as a continuum: Exploring the changing governance relations between the PLO and the Lebanese state
N Stel
Civil Wars 19 (3), 348-376, 2017
Between control and cooperation: multi-stakeholder service provision and the legitimacy of state institutions in Ethiopia’s Amhara National Regional State
N Stel, FM Abate
The European Journal of Development Research 26, 743-760, 2014
Business in Genocide–Understanding the how and why of corporate complicity in genocides
N Stel
Global Business, Emerging Markets and Human Rights, 2014
Governance between isolation and integration: A study on the interaction between Lebanese state institutions and Palestinian authorities in Shabriha gathering, south Lebanon
N Stel
Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs (AUB …, 2014
Governing the Gatherings: The interaction of Lebanese state institutions and Palestinian authorities in the hybrid political order of South Lebanon's informal Palestinian …
NM Stel
Utrecht University, 2017
Entrepreneurship and innovation in a hybrid political order: The case of Lebanon
N Stel, W Naudé
Environmental vulnerability as a legacy of violent conflict: a case study of the 2012 waste crisis in the Palestinian gathering of Shabriha, South Lebanon
N Stel, I Van der Molen
Conflict, security & development 15 (4), 387-414, 2015
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