Nathalie Holvoet
Nathalie Holvoet
hoogleraar, Universiteit Antwerpen, IOB
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The impact of microfinance on decision‐making agency: evidence from South India
N Holvoet
Development and change 36 (1), 75-102, 2005
Impact of microfinance programs on children's education: do the gender of the borrower and the delivery model matter?
N Holvoet
Journal of Microfinance/ESR Review 6 (2), 3, 2004
The effects of microcredit on women's control over household spending in developing countries: A systematic review and meta‐analysis
J Vaessen, A Rivas, M Duvendack, RP Jones, F Leeuw, G Van Gils, ...
Campbell Systematic Reviews 10 (1), 1-205, 2014
Opening the ‘black box’of performance-based financing in low-and lower middle-income countries: a review of the literature
D Renmans, N Holvoet, CG Orach, B Criel
Health Policy and Planning 31 (9), 1297-1309, 2016
Intersections of gender and marital status in accessing climate change adaptation: Evidence from rural Tanzania
K Van Aelst, N Holvoet
World development 79, 40-50, 2016
Monitoring and evaluation under the PRSP: Solid rock or quicksand?
N Holvoet, R Renard
Evaluation and Program Planning 30 (1), 66-81, 2007
Performance-based financing: the same is different
D Renmans, N Holvoet, B Criel, B Meessen
Health Policy and Planning 32 (6), 860-868, 2017
Credit and women's group membership in South India: testing models of intrahousehold allocative behavior
N Holvoet
Feminist Economics 11 (3), 27-62, 2005
The challenge of monitoring and evaluation under the new aid modalities: experiences from Rwanda
N Holvoet, H Rombouts
The Journal of Modern African Studies, 577-602, 2008
Gender and network formation in rural Nicaragua: a village case study
B D'Exelle, N Holvoet
Feminist Economics 17 (2), 31-61, 2011
Gender budgeting in Belgium: findings from a pilot project
N Holvoet
European Societies 9 (2), 275-300, 2007
Gender Budget Initiatives: Strategies, Concepts and Experiences: Papers from a High Level International Conference'Strengthening Economic and Financial Governance Through …
K Judd
United Nations Development Fund for Women, 2002
The differential impact on gender relations of ‘transformatory’and ‘instrumentalist’women’s group intermediation in microfinance schemes: A case study for rural south India
N Holvoet
Journal of International Women's Studies 7 (4), 36-50, 2006
Combining theory-driven evaluation and causal loop diagramming for opening the ‘black box’of an intervention in the health sector: a case of performance-based financing in …
D Renmans, N Holvoet, B Criel
International journal of environmental research and public health 14 (9), 1007, 2017
Taking stock of monitoring and evaluation arrangements in the context of poverty reduction strategy papers: evidence from 20 aid‐dependent countries in Sub‐Saharan Africa
N Holvoet, M Gildemyn, L Inberg
Development Policy Review 30 (6), 749-772, 2012
Gender equality and new aid modalities: Is love really in the air?
N Holvoet
The European Journal of Development Research 22 (1), 97-117, 2010
Women and land arrangements in Rwanda
A Ansoms, N Holvoet
Women’s Land Rights and Privatization in Eastern Africa, 138-157, 2008
Gender sensitivity of Sub-Saharan Africa National Adaptation Programmes of Action: findings from a desk review of 31 countries
N Holvoet, L Inberg
Climate and Development 6 (3), 266-276, 2014
Joint sector reviews—M&E experiments in an era of changing aid modalities: Experiences from JSRs in the education sectors of Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger
N Holvoet, L Inberg
Public Administration and Development: The International Journal of …, 2009
Taking stock of monitoring and evaluation systems in the health sector: Findings from Rwanda and Uganda
N Holvoet, L Inberg
Health Policy and Planning 29 (4), 506-516, 2014
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