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, DPV Soest
American Economic Review 102 (2), 941-964, 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
Natural resources and violent conflict
E Nillesen, E Bulte
Annu. Rev. Resour. Econ. 6 (1), 69-83, 2014
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
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
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
Estimating the recreational-use value for hiking in Bellenden Ker National Park, Australia
E Nillesen, J Wesseler, A Cook
Environmental Management 36, 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
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
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
Empty cups? Assessing the impact of civil war violence on coffee farming in Burundi
E Nillesen
African Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 11 (1), 69-83, 2016
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
Rebel recruitment in a coffee exporting economy
E Nillesen, P Verwimp
Research Working Papers, 2009
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
Humanitarian cash transfers in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: evidence from UNICEF’s ARCC II programme
J Bonilla, K Carson, G Kiggundu, M Morey, H Ring, E Nillesen, G Erba, ...
American Institutes for Research Final Report, 2017
Determinants and dynamics of forced migration to Europe: Evidence from a 3-D model of flows and stocks
T Brück, K Dunker, N Ferguson, A Meysonnat, EE Nillesen
IZA Discussion Paper, 2018
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
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