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Journal of Development Effectiveness

2009 - 2021

Current editor(s): Howard White

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Volume 13, issue 1, 2021

Improving learning by improving vision: evidence from two randomized controlled trials of providing vision care in China pp. 1-26 Downloads
Xiaochen Ma, Huan Wang, Yaojiang Shi, Sean Sylvia, Lei Wang, Yiwei Qian and Scott Rozelle
Assessing cost-effectiveness with equity of a programme targeting marginalised girls in secondary schools in Tanzania pp. 28-46 Downloads
Ricardo Sabates, Pauline Rose, Benjamin Alcott and Marcos Delprato
Credit cards issued by non-financial companies: an alternative tool for financial inclusion and economic development? pp. 47-83 Downloads
Viviane Azevedo, Lucas Figal Garone, Alessandro Maffioli and Liliana Olarte Rodriguez
Applying wrapper-based variable selection techniques to predict MFIs profitability: evidence from Peru pp. 84-99 Downloads
Fabio Pietrapiana, José Manuel Feria-Dominguez and Alicia Troncoso
Free delivery care and supply-side incentives in Nepal’s poorest districts: the effect on prenatal care and neonatal tetanus vaccinations pp. 100-115 Downloads
Sujita Pandey and Angela Daley

Volume 12, issue 4, 2020

Mothers’ education and the effectiveness of nutrition programmes: evidence from a matched cross-sectional study in rural Bangladesh pp. 279-297 Downloads
Thomas Hoop, Shelby Fallon, Fakir Md Yunus, Sabeth Munrat, Saira Parveen Jolly, Farzana Sehrin, Bachera Aktar, Ruhina Binta A Ghani and Joshua Sennett
Re-evaluating the early child stimulation programme in Bangladesh: evidence from the partial identification approach pp. 298-322 Downloads
Toshiaki Aizawa
Building resilience in Somalia; evidence from field data collection pp. 323-340 Downloads
Amin Malik, Marco d’Errico, Danvers Omolo and Benjamin Gichane
The implications of demographic change and ageing for social protection in sub-Saharan Africa: insights from Rwanda pp. 341-360 Downloads
Rachel Sabates-Wheeler, Emily Wylde, Isabella Aboderin and Martina Ulrichs
Examining the interactive growth effect of development aid and institutional quality in Sub-Saharan Africa pp. 361-376 Downloads
Mehmet Balcilar, Berkan Tokar and Godwin Olasehinde-Williams

Volume 12, issue 2, 2020

Impact of improved common bean varieties on household food security on adopters in Tanzania pp. 89-108 Downloads
Emmanuel Letaa, Enid Katungi, Catherine Kabungo and Agness A. Ndunguru
Enduring El Niño: impact of market access programmes on livelihood outcomes during drought conditions in Haiti pp. 109-132 Downloads
Brock Boleman
Does cooperative membership matter for women’s empowerment? Evidence from South Indian dairy producers pp. 133-150 Downloads
Carla Dohmwirth and Ziming Liu
Business training for women entrepreneurs in the Kyrgyz Republic: evidence from a randomised controlled trial pp. 151-163 Downloads
Alberto Chong and Irene Velez
Does the expanded eligibility of conditional cash transfers enhance healthcare use among socio-economically disadvantaged mothers in India? pp. 164-186 Downloads
Toshiaki Aizawa

Volume 12, issue 1, 2020

An examination of a temperament-based intervention in selected early childhood institutions in Jamaica pp. 1-13 Downloads
Loraine D. Cook and Garth Lipps
More evidence on the relationship between cash transfers and child height pp. 14-37 Downloads
Averi Chakrabarti, Sudhanshu Handa, Luisa Natali, David Seidenfeld and Gelson Tembo
Informal associations, shocks, and household food consumption: panel data estimation from rural Nigeria pp. 38-53 Downloads
Uchenna Efobi, Scholastica Ngozi Atata and Joseph Ajefu
Human capital returns to cash transfers in Uganda: does it matter in the long run? pp. 54-73 Downloads
Stephan Dietrich, Daniele Malerba, Armando Barrientos, Franziska Gassmann, Pierre Mohnen and Nyasha Tirivayi
Evaluating anti-corruption agencies: learning from the Caribbean pp. 74-88 Downloads
Elizabeth David-Barrett, Aoife Murray, Johanna Polvi and Richard Burge

Volume 11, issue 4, 2019

Demand driven replication research: an overview of financial services for the poor replication research pp. 307-312 Downloads
Benjamin DK. Wood, Abed Mutemi and Marie M. Gaarder
Savings revisited: a replication study of a savings intervention in Malawi pp. 313-326 Downloads
Jesper Stage and Tharshini Thangavelu
Improving well-being through mobile money: a replication study in Niger pp. 327-341 Downloads
Jp Meneses, Et Ventura, Oa Elorreaga, Cesar Huaroto, Gg Aguilar and Ep Beteta
Mobile money, risk sharing, and transaction costs: a replication study of evidence from Kenya’s mobile money revolution pp. 342-359 Downloads
Nazila Alinaghi
Biometric Smartcards and payment disbursement: a replication study of building state capacity in India pp. 360-372 Downloads
Akinwande A. Atanda
Thou shalt be given… but how? A replication study and extended cost-effectiveness analysis of a randomized experiment on food assistance in Northern Ecuador pp. 373-390 Downloads
Stefan K. Lhachimi and Till Seuring
The short-term impact of unconditional cash transfers: a replication study of a randomized controlled trial in Kenya pp. 391-408 Downloads
Hongmei Wang and Jiangtao Luo

Volume 11, issue 3, 2019

Does efficient provision of business development services yield better results for SMEs?: evidence from a networking project in Thailand pp. 203-229 Downloads
Aya Suzuki and Kengo Igei
The impact of a conditional cash transfer programme on education outcomes beyond school attendance in Argentina pp. 230-252 Downloads
María Edo and Mariana Marchionni
Conflict and aid dependency – an explorative study motivated by the case of Palestine pp. 253-272 Downloads
Marcus Marktanner and Almuth Merkel
Taking intervention costs seriously: a new, old toolbox for inference about costs pp. 273-287 Downloads
Caitlin Tulloch
Deworming children for soil-transmitted helminths in low and middle-income countries: systematic review and individual participant data network meta-analysis pp. 288-306 Downloads
Vivian Andrea Welch, Alomgir Hossain, Elizabeth Ghogomu, Alison Riddle, Simon Cousens, Michelle Gaffey, Paul Arora, Robert Black, Donald Bundy, Mary Christine Castro, Li Chen, Omar Dewidar, Alison Elliott, Henrik Friis, T. Déirdre Hollingsworth, Susan Horton, Charles H. King, Huong Le Thi, Chengfang Liu, Fabian Rohner, Emily K Rousham, Rehana Salam, Erliyani Sartono, Peter Steinmann, Taniawati Supali, Peter Tugwell, Emily Webb, Franck Wieringa, Pattanee Winnichagoon, Maria Yazdanbakhsh, Zulfiqar A Bhutta and George A Wells

Volume 11, issue 2, 2019

The impact of teacher professional development programs on student achievement in rural China: evidence from Shaanxi Province pp. 105-131 Downloads
Meichen Lu, Prashant Loyalka, Yaojiang Shi, Fang Chang, Chengfang Liu and Scott Rozelle
Impact of school gardens and complementary nutrition education in Burkina Faso pp. 132-145 Downloads
Pepijn Schreinemachers, Mamounata Sandaogo Ouedraogo, Serge Diagbouga, Amadou Thiombiano, Serge Rodrigue Kouamé, Caroline Makamto Sobgui, Hsiao-Pu Chen and Ray-Yu Yang
Trusted sorghum: simulating interactions in the sorghum value chain in Kenya using games and agent-based modelling pp. 146-164 Downloads
Youri Dijkxhoorn, Christine Plaisier, Tim Verwaart, Coen Van Wagenberg and Ruerd Ruben
The effects of market-based reforms on access to electricity in developing countries: a systematic review pp. 165-188 Downloads
Gunther Bensch
The health impacts of a community biogas facility in an informal Urban settlement: does training matter? pp. 189-202 Downloads
Stefano Moncada, Hilary Bambrick and Marie Briguglio

Volume 11, issue 1, 2019

Does implementing problem-solving projects affect decisional style? Developing governance capabilities in school management committees pp. 1-14 Downloads
Vijaya Sherry Chand and Ketan Satish Deshmukh
Child discipline and social programs: evidence from Colombia pp. 15-42 Downloads
Diana Lopez-Avila
Target segmentation in WASH policies, programmes and projects: a systematic review pp. 43-67 Downloads
Akshaya Ayyangar, Sriharini Narayanan, Reeba Devaraj, Venkata Santhosh Kumar, Ganesh Devkar and Thillai Rajan Annamalai
Old is not always better: evidence from five randomized experiments in rural primary schools in China pp. 68-88 Downloads
Lili Li, Fang Chang, Yaojiang Shi and Scott Rozelle
Moving on from logical frameworks to find the ‘missing middle’ in international development programmes pp. 89-103 Downloads
Hilary Floate, Jo Durham and Geoffrey C. Marks

Volume 10, issue 4, 2018

The rise of impact evaluations and challenges which CEDIL is to address pp. 393-399 Downloads
Howard White and Edoardo Masset
Mixing and matching: using qualitative methods to improve quantitative impact evaluations (IEs) and systematic reviews (SRs) of development outcomes pp. 400-421 Downloads
Emmanuel Jimenez, Hugh Waddington, Neeta Goel, Audrey Prost, Andrew Pullin, Howard White, Shaon Lahiri and Anmol Narain
Conceptualising causal pathways in systematic reviews of international development interventions through adopting a causal chain analysis approach pp. 422-437 Downloads
Dylan Kneale, James Thomas, Mukdarut Bangpan, Hugh Waddington and David Gough
Representing theories of change: technical challenges with evaluation consequences pp. 438-461 Downloads
Rick Davies
Using data differently and using different data pp. 462-481 Downloads
Ingvild Almås, Orazio Attanasio, Jyotsna Jalan, Francisco Oteiza and Marcella Vigneri
Timely evaluation in international development pp. 482-508 Downloads
Jayne Webster, Josephine Exley, James Copestake, Rick Davies and James Hargreaves

Volume 10, issue 3, 2018

Corrigendum pp. iii-iii Downloads
The Editors
Is impact evaluation still on the rise? The new trends in 2010–2015 pp. 291-304 Downloads
Shayda Mae Sabet and Annette Brown
Approaches to evidence synthesis in international development: a research agenda pp. 305-326 Downloads
Sandy Oliver, David Gough, James Copestake and James Thomas
Infrastructure and well-being: employment effects of Jamuna bridge in Bangladesh pp. 327-340 Downloads
Minhaj Mahmud and Yasuyuki Sawada
What it takes: evidence from a nutrition- and gender-sensitive agriculture intervention in rural Zambia pp. 341-372 Downloads
Neha Kumar, Phuong Nguyen, Jody Harris, Danny Harvey, Rahul Rawat and Marie Ruel
The impact of agri-business skills training in Zimbabwe: an evaluation of the Training for Rural Economic Empowerment (TREE) programme pp. 373-391 Downloads
Michee Lachaud, Boris Bravo-Ureta, Nathan Fiala and Susana P. Gonzalez
Corrigendum pp. 392-392 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 10, issue 2, 2018

Value chain development of bay leaf in Nepal: an impact assessment pp. 179-196 Downloads
Ghulam Muhammad Shah, Apsara Karki Nepal, Golam Rasul and Farid Ahmad
Small livestock and aquaculture programming impacts on household livelihood security: a systematic narrative review pp. 197-248 Downloads
Ivy Blackmore, Carolyn Lesorogol and Lora Iannotti
Teacher pay and student performance: evidence from the Gambian hardship allowance pp. 249-276 Downloads
Todd Pugatch and Elizabeth Schroeder
How well are aid agencies evaluating programs? An assessment of the quality of global health evaluations pp. 277-289 Downloads
Julia Raifman, Felix Lam, Janeen Madan Keller, Alexander Radunsky and William Savedoff

Volume 10, issue 1, 2018

What have we learned after ten years of systematic reviews in international development? pp. 1-16 Downloads
Hugh Waddington, Edoardo Masset and Emmanuel Jimenez
Theory-based systematic reviews pp. 17-38 Downloads
Howard White
The challenges of screening and synthesising qualitative research in a mixed-methods systematic review. The case of the impact of agricultural certification schemes pp. 39-60 Downloads
Dafni Skalidou and Carlos Oya
The effectiveness of school-based decision making in improving educational outcomes: a systematic review pp. 61-94 Downloads
Roy Carr-Hill, Caine Rolleston, Rebecca Schendel and Hugh Waddington
Systematic reviews of cost-effectiveness in low and middle income countries: a review of reviews pp. 95-120 Downloads
Edoardo Masset, Giulia Mascagni, Arnab Acharya, Eva-Maria Egger and Amrita Saha
The effectiveness and value for money of cash-based humanitarian assistance: a systematic review pp. 121-144 Downloads
Hannah Tappis and Shannon Doocy
Using internal evaluations to measure organisational impact: a meta-analysis of Oxfam’s women’s empowerment projects pp. 145-170 Downloads
Simone Lombardini and Kristen McCollum
Do evidence networks make a difference? pp. 171-178 Downloads
Ruth Stewart
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