Items where Research Group is "Impact Evaluation

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Camfield, Laura (2006) Why and How of Understanding ‘Subjective’ Well-being: Exploratory work by the WeD group in four developing countries. Working Paper. Well-being in Developing Countries ESRC Research Group.

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Iversen, V., Jackson, C., Kebede, B., Munro, A. and Verschoor, A. (2006) What's love got to do with it? An experimental test of household models in East Uganda. Working Paper. Centre for the Study of African Economies (CSAE), Oxford University, Oxford, UK.

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Jongudomkarn, Darunee, Aungsupakorn, Nipa and Camfield, Laura (2006) The Meanings of Pain: A Qualitative Study of the Perspectives of Children Living with Pain in Northeastern Thailand. Nursing & Health Sciences, 8 (3). pp. 156-163.

Jongudomkarn, Darunee and Camfield, Laura (2006) Exploring the Quality of Life of People in North Eastern and Southern Thailand. Social Indicators Research, 78. pp. 489-530. ISSN 1573-0921

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Kebede, Bereket (2006) Energy subsidies and costs in urban Ethiopia: The cases of kerosene and electricity. Renewable Energy. pp. 2140-2151.

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Lievens, T. and Serneels, P. (2006) Health workers in Rwanda: an exploratory study. Working Paper. The World Bank.

Lindelow, Magnus and Serneels, P. (2006) The performance of health workers in Ethiopia: results from qualitative research. Social Science & Medicine, 62 (9). pp. 2225-2235. ISSN 1873-5347

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Morrissey, O. and Verschoor, A. (2006) What does ownership mean in practice? Policy learning and the evolution of pro-poor policies in Uganda. In: The IMF, World Bank and Policy Reform. Routledge Studies in Development Economics series . Routledge, New York, pp. 276-291. ISBN 978-0-415-45924-2

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Verschoor, A. and Kalwij, A. (2006) Aid, social policies and pro-poor growth. Journal of International Development, 18 (4). pp. 519-532. ISSN 0954-1748

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