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Natascha Wagner
Natascha Wagner
Professor of International Economics, Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University
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Gender, ethnicity and teaching evaluations: Evidence from mixed teaching teams
N Wagner, M Rieger, K Voorvelt
Economics of Education Review 54, 79-94, 2016
802016
Female genital cutting and long-term health consequences–nationally representative estimates across 13 countries
N Wagner
The Journal of Development Studies 51 (3), 226-246, 2015
64*2015
A systematic review of mobile phone interventions (SMS/IVR/calls) to improve adherence and retention to antiretroviral treatment in low-and middle-income countries
BA Demena, L Artavia-Mora, D Ouedraogo, BA Thiombiano, N Wagner
AIDS patient care and STDs 34 (2), 59-71, 2020
552020
Resource dependence and armed violence: Impact on sustainability in developing countries
G Carbonnier, N Wagner
Defence and Peace Economics 26 (1), 115-132, 2015
55*2015
Bride price and fertility decisions: Evidence from rural Senegal
LM Mbaye, N Wagner
The Journal of Development Studies 53 (6), 891-910, 2017
472017
Does community-driven development improve inclusiveness in peasant organizations?–Evidence from Senegal
JL Arcand, N Wagner
World Development 78, 105-124, 2016
44*2016
Polygyny and child growth: Evidence from twenty-six African countries
N Wagner, M Rieger
Feminist Economics 21 (2), 105-130, 2015
44*2015
Shedding light on the shadows of informality: A meta-analysis of formalization interventions targeted at informal firms
A Floridi, BA Demena, N Wagner
Labour Economics 67, 101925, 2020
402020
Misfortunes never come singly: Structural change, multiple shocks and child malnutrition in rural Senegal
S Lazzaroni, N Wagner
Economics & Human Biology 23, 246-262, 2016
342016
Universal health coverage at the macro level: synthetic control evidence from Thailand
M Rieger, N Wagner, AS Bedi
Social Science & Medicine 172, 46-55, 2017
272017
The impact of the Ethiopian health extension program and health development army on maternal mortality: A synthetic control approach
M Rieger, N Wagner, A Mebratie, G Alemu, A Bedi
Social Science & Medicine 232, 374-381, 2019
212019
Do health reforms to improve quality have long‐term effects? Results of a follow‐up on a randomized policy experiment in the Philippines
S Quimbo, N Wagner, J Florentino, O Solon, J Peabody
Health economics 25 (2), 165-177, 2016
212016
Child health, its dynamic interaction with nutrition and health memory–Evidence from Senegal
M Rieger, N Wagner
Economics & Human Biology 16, 135-145, 2015
202015
Urban agriculture and dietary diversity: Empirical evidence from Tanzania
L Tasciotti, N Wagner
The European Journal of Development Research 27, 631-649, 2015
182015
Gender and policing norms: Evidence from survey experiments among police officers in Uganda
N Wagner, M Rieger, A Bedi, W Hout
Journal of African Economies 26 (4), 492-515, 2017
17*2017
Protocol for a randomized controlled trial evaluating mobile text messaging to promote retention and adherence to antiretroviral therapy for people living with HIV in Burkina Faso
N Wagner, D Ouedraogo, L Artavia-Mora, A Bedi, BA Thiombiano
JMIR research protocols 5 (3), e5823, 2016
162016
" Natural" disaster, conflict and aid allocation
AS Rodella-Boitreaud, N Wagner
Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, 2011
152011
Does health insurance coverage or improved quality protect better against out-of-pocket payments? Experimental evidence from the Philippines
N Wagner, S Quimbo, R Shimkhada, J Peabody
Social Science & Medicine 204, 51-58, 2018
132018
The impact of off-grid solar home systems in Kenya on energy consumption and expenditures
N Wagner, M Rieger, AS Bedi, J Vermeulen, BA Demena
Energy Economics 99, 105314, 2021
112021
Consumption of bottled water at the bottom of the pyramid: Who purchases first?
R Howell, KM Sinha, N Wagner, N Doorn, C van Beers
Journal of Macromarketing 40 (1), 31-50, 2020
112020
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