Nadia Molenaers
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Political conditionality and foreign aid
N Molenaers, S Dellepiane, J Faust
World Development 75, 2-12, 2015
1092015
The Great Divide? Donor perceptions of budget support, eligibility and policy dialogue
N Molenaers
Third World Quarterly 33 (5), 791-806, 2012
612012
From the theory of aid effectiveness to the practice: The European Commission's Governance Incentive Tranche
N Molenaers, L Nijs
Development Policy Review 27 (5), 561-580, 2009
542009
The World Bank, participation and PRSP: the Bolivian case revisited
N Molenaers, R Renard
The European journal of development research 15 (2), 133-161, 2003
532003
What determines the suspension of budget support?
N Molenaers, A Gagiano, L Smets, S Dellepiane
World Development 75, 62-73, 2015
482015
Associations or informal networks? Social capital and local development practices
N Molenaers
Generating Social Capital, 113-131, 2003
412003
Budget support and policy/political dialogue: Donor practices in handling (political) crises
N Molenaers, L Cepinskas, B Jacobs
IOB, University of Antwerp, 2010
342010
Why the European Commission fails to adhere to the principles of good donorship: The case of the Governance Incentive Tranche
N Molenaers, L Nijs
The European Journal of Development Research 23 (3), 409-425, 2011
282011
Political ideology, quality at entry and the success of economic reform programs
L Smets, S Knack, N Molenaers
The Review of International Organizations 8 (4), 447-476, 2013
262013
The rise and demise of European budget support: political economy of collective European Union donor action
S Koch, S Leiderer, J Faust, N Molenaers
Development Policy Review 35 (4), 455-473, 2017
232017
Civil society participation in Rwanda’s poverty reduction strategy
R Renard, N Molenaers
IOB Discussion Papers, 2003
232003
Strengthening civil society from the outside?: donor-driven consultation and participation processes in poverty reduction strategies (PRSP): the Bolivian case
N Molenaers, R Renard
Institute of Development Policy and Management, University of Antwerp, 2002
222002
11 the trouble with participation: assessing the new aid paradigm
N Molenaers, R Renard
Doing good or doing better, 255, 2009
202009
Moving into the new aid approach, dilemmas for NGOs: The Belgian case
N Molenaers, S Dewachter, S Dellepiane
Public Administration and Development 31 (3), 188-204, 2011
192011
The cultural conditions for democracy and their implications for transitional societies
N Molenaers, M Thompson
Cultural theory as political science 11, 186-205, 1999
191999
Beyond the short versus long accountability route dichotomy: Using multi-track accountability pathways to study performance of rural water services in Uganda
S Dewachter, N Holvoet, M Kuppens, N Molenaers
World Development 102, 158-169, 2018
182018
Participation in PRSP processes: conditions for pro poor effectiveness
N Molenaers, R Renard
Institute of Development Policy and Management, University of Antwerp, 2006
182006
Determinants of the flow of bilateral adaptation-related climate change financing to Sub-Saharan African countries
J Robertsen, N Francken, N Molenaers
Available at SSRN 2697497, 2015
162015
The future of EU budget support: political conditions, differentiation and coordination
J Faust, S Koch, N Molenaers, H Tavakoli, J Vanheukelom
London: ODI, 2012
162012
Evaluating NGO-capacity development interventions: Enhancing frameworks, fitting the (Belgian) context
H Huyse, N Molenaers, G Phlix, J Bossuyt, B Fonteneau
Evaluation 18 (1), 129-150, 2012
152012
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