Binyam Afewerk Demena
Binyam Afewerk Demena
Erasmus University Rotterdam, International Institute of Social Studies
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The effect of FDI on environmental emissions: Evidence from a meta-analysis
BA Demena, SK Afesorgbor
Energy Policy 138 (111192), 1 - 17, 2020
A meta‐analysis of FDI and productivity spillovers in developing countries
BA Demena, PAG van Bergeijk
Journal of Economic Surveys 31 (2), 546-571, 2017
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
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
Observing FDI spillover transmission channels: evidence from firms in Uganda
BA Demena, PAG van Bergeijk
Third World Quarterly 40 (9), 1708-1729, 2019
Transmission channels matter: Identifying spillovers from FDI
BA Demena, SM Murshed
The Journal of International Trade & Economic Development 27 (7), 701-728, 2018
Publication bias in FDI spillovers in developing countries: a meta-regression analysis
BA Demena
Applied Economics Letters 22 (14), 1170-1174, 2015
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
Essays on intra-industry spillovers from FDI in developing countries: A firm-level analysis with a focus on Sub-Saharan Africa
B Demena
The value of so-called ‘failed’large-scale land acquisitions
SM Borras Jr, JC Franco, T Moreda, Y Xu, N Bruna, BA Demena
Land Use Policy 119, 106199, 2022
Publication bias of economic sanctions research: a meta-analysis of the impact of trade linkage, duration and prior relations on sanctions success
BA Demena, AS Reta, GB Jativa, PB Kimararungu, PAG van Bergeijk
Research Handbook on Economic Sanctions, 125-50, 2021
Trade Openness and Environmental Emissions: Evidence from a Meta-Analysis
SK Afesorgbor, BA Demena
Environmental and Resource Economics 81, 287 - 321, 2022
Could the literature on the economic determinants of sanctions be biased?
PAG Bergeijk, BA Demena, A Reta, GB Jativa, P Kimararungu
Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy 25 (4), 20190048, 2019
Globalization may actually be better for the environment
SK Afesorgbor, BA Demena
The Conversation 24, 2018
COVID-19 and the threat to globalization: an optimistic note
SK Afesorgbor, PAG Van Bergeijk, BA Demena
COVID-19 and International Development, 29-44, 2022
Determinants of fish catch levels in artisanal fishing in Eritrea
BA Demena
Erasmus University, 2011
The Short-Term Impact of COVID-19 on LabourLabour Market Outcomes: Comparative Systematic Evidence
BA Demena, A Floridi, N Wagner
Covid-19 and international development, 71-88, 2022
Productivity premia and firm heterogeneity in Eastern Africa.
Demena, B.A., Msami, J., Mmari, D. and van Bergeijk, P.A.
Trade and Investment in East Africa, 131-161, 2022
The bright side of formalization policies! Meta-analysis of the benefits of policy-induced versus self-induced formalization
A Floridi, BA Demena, N Wagner
Applied Economics Letters 28 (20), 1807-1812, 2021
Does accountability enhance service delivery? Assessment of a local scorecard initiative in Uganda
W Hout, N Wagner, BA Demena
World Development 158, 106011, 2022
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