Lau Schulpen
Lau Schulpen
Assistant Professor Development studies, Radboud University
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Private sector development: policies, practices and problems
L Schulpen, P Gibbon
World Development 30 (1), 1-15, 2002
Corridors of power: The institutional design of north–south NGO partnerships
W Elbers, L Schulpen
VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 24 …, 2013
Decision making in partnerships for development: Explaining the influence of local partners
W Elbers, L Schulpen
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 40 (5), 795-812, 2011
Development in the ‘Africa for beginners’
L Schulpen
Dutch Private Initiatives in Ghana, 2007
Trust or control? Private development cooperation at the crossroads
W Elbers, L Knippenberg, L Schulpen
Public Administration and Development 34 (1), 1-13, 2014
Worse than expected? A comparative analysis of donor proliferation and aid fragmentation
L Schulpen, B Loman, S Kinsbergen
Public Administration and Development 31 (5), 321-339, 2011
Private sector development: policies, practices and problems
L Schulpen, P Gibbon, PO Pedersen
Centre for Development Research, 2001
Understanding the sustainability of private development initiatives: What kind of difference do they make?
S Kinsbergen, L Schulpen, R Ruben
Forum for Development Studies 44 (2), 223-248, 2017
From tourist to development worker. Private development initiatives in the Netherlands
S Kinsbergen, L SCHULPEN 1
Monde en développement, 49-62, 2013
Worlds apart but much alike: Donor funding and the homogenization of NGOs in Ghana and Indonesia
J Kamstra, L Schulpen
Studies in Comparative International Development 50, 331-357, 2015
Introduction to the special issue ‘unintended effects of international cooperation’
DJ Koch, L Schulpen
Evaluation and Program Planning 68, 202-209, 2018
Citizen initiatives for global solidarity. The new face of European solidarity
L Schulpen, H Huyse
Forum for Development Studies 44 (2), 163-169, 2017
Comparative appraisal of multilateral and bilateral approaches to financing private sector development in developing countries
P Gibbon, L Schulpen
WIDER discussion paper, 2002
How to allocate public funding to nongovernmental development organizations: a critical assessment of the Dutch co-financing system
R Ruben, L Schulpen
Nonprofit and voluntary sector quarterly 38 (2), 287-306, 2009
In search of the pitiful victim: A frame analysis of Dutch, Flemish and British newspapers and NGO‐advertisements
M Vossen, B Van Gorp, L Schulpen
Journal of International Development 30 (4), 643-660, 2018
Government and civil society organizations: Close but comfortable? Lessons from creating the Dutch “Strategic Partnerships for Lobby and Advocacy”
M Van Wessel, D Hilhorst, L Schulpen, K Biekart
Development Policy Review 38 (6), 728-746, 2020
Taking stock of PIs–the what, why and how of private initiatives in development
S Kinsbergen, LWM Schulpen
Assen: Van Gorcum, 2011
The accidental aid worker: A mapping of citizen initiatives for global solidarity in Europe
I Pollet, R Habraken, LWM Schulpen, H Huyse
Leuven; Nijmegen: HIVA-KU Leuven/CIDIN, 2014
Yemen between the impact of the climate change and the ongoing Saudi-Yemen war: A real tragedy
H Mohamed, M Elayah, L Schuplen
Centre for International Development Issues, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 2017
The same difference: a comparative analysis of Dutch aid channels to India
LWM Schulpen
Saarbrücken: Verlag für Entwicklungspolitik Saarbrücken, 1997
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