Eleonora Nillesen
Eleonora Nillesen
Professor Public Policy and Development at Maastricht University
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Violent conflict and behavior: a field experiment in Burundi
MJ Voors, EEM Nillesen, P Verwimp, EH Bulte, R Lensink, DP Van Soest
American Economic Review 102 (2), 941-64, 2012
Aiding violence or peace? The impact of foreign aid on the risk of civil conflict in sub-Saharan Africa
J De Ree, E Nillesen
Journal of Development Economics 88 (2), 301-313, 2009
Corruption, investments and contributions to public goods: Experimental evidence from rural Liberia
G Beekman, E Bulte, E Nillesen
Journal of public economics 115, 37-47, 2014
Does conflict affect preferences? Results from field experiments in Burundi
M Voors, EE Nillesen, P Verwimp, EH Bulte, R Lensink, D Van Soest
Results from Field Experiments in Burundi (January 3, 2010), 2010
The maximum incremental social tolerable irreversible costs (MISTICs) and other benefits and costs of introducing transgenic maize in the EU-15
J Wesseler, S Scatasta, E Nillesen
Pedobiologia 51 (3), 261-269, 2007
Natural resources and violent conflict
E Nillesen, E Bulte
Annu. Rev. Resour. Econ. 6 (1), 69-83, 2014
Does ignoring multidestination trips in the travel cost method cause a systematic bias?
T Kuosmanen, E Nillesen, J Wesseler
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 48 (4), 629-651, 2004
Corruption and economic activity: Micro level evidence from rural Liberia
G Beekman, EH Bulte, EEM Nillesen
European Journal of Political Economy 30, 70-79, 2013
Estimating the recreational-use value for hiking in Bellenden Ker National Park, Australia
E Nillesen, J Wesseler, A Cook
Environmental Management 36 (2), 311-316, 2005
A phoenix in flames? Portfolio choice and violence in civil war in rural Burundi
EE Nillesen, P Verwimp
Portfolio Choice and Violence in Civil War in Rural Burundi (May 28, 2010), 2010
Grievance, commodity prices and rainfall: A village-level analysis of rebel recruitment in Burundi
EE Nillesen, P Verwimp
MICROCON Research Working Paper 11, 2009
Family networks and income hiding: evidence from lab-in-the-field experiments in rural Liberia
G Beekman, M Gatto, E Nillesen
Journal of African Economies 24 (3), 453-469, 2015
Rebel recruitment in a coffee exporting economy
E Nillesen, P Verwimp
Research Working Papers, 2009
Impact of formal climate risk transfer mechanisms on risk-aversion: Empirical evidence from rural Ethiopia
KK Haile, E Nillesen, N Tirivayi
World Development 130, 104930, 2020
Climate adaptation in the Netherlands
RS De Groot, EC van Ierland, PJ Kuikman, EEM Nillesen, M Platteeuw, ...
Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, 2006
The travel cost approach: an application to Bellenden Ker National Park
E Nillesen
An Unpublished Thesis Submitted to the School of Economics, University of …, 2002
Empty cups? Assessing the impact of civil war violence on coffee farming in Burundi
E Nillesen
African Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 11 (311-2016-5649), 69-83, 2016
Comments to" Is an integrated farm more resilient against climate change? A micro-econometric analysis of portfolio diversification in African agriculture"
MC Rufino, P Reidsma, EEM Nillesen
Food Policy 36 (3), 452-454, 2011
Do environmental impacts differ for Bt, Ht and conventional corn with respect to pesticide use in Europe? An empirical assessment using the Environmental Impact Quotient
E Nillesen, S Scatasta, J Wesseler
IOBC WPRS BULLETIN 29 (5), 111, 2006
On the malleability of gender attitudes: Evidence from implicit and explicit measures in Tunisia
E Nillesen, M Grimm, M Goedhuys, AK Reitmann, A Meysonnat
World Development 138, 105263, 2021
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