Elisabeth Paul
Elisabeth Paul
Chargée de cours, ESP/Université libre de Bruxelles
Verified email at uliege.be
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Can performance-based financing be used to reform health systems in developing countries?
M Ireland, E Paul, B Dujardin
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 89, 695-698, 2011
1602011
Performance-based financing in low-income and middle-income countries: isn’t it time for a rethink?
E Paul, L Albert, BNS Bisala, O Bodson, E Bonnet, P Bossyns, S Colombo, ...
BMJ global health 3 (1), 2018
842018
A principal-agent theory approach to public expenditure management systems in developing countries
L Leruth, E Paul
IMF working paper, 2006
752006
Local stakeholders’ perceptions about the introduction of performance-based financing in Benin: a case study in two health districts
E Paul, N Sossouhounto, DS Eclou
International journal of health policy and management 3 (4), 207, 2014
722014
Evaluating fair trade as a development project: methodological considerations
E Paul
Development in practice 15 (2), 134-150, 2005
722005
A survey of the theoretical economic literature on foreign aid
E Paul
Asian‐Pacific Economic Literature 20 (1), 1-17, 2006
662006
Performance-based financing to strengthen the health system in Benin: challenging the mainstream approach
E Paul, ML Dramé, JP Kashala, AE Ndema, M Kounnou, JC Aïssan, ...
International Journal of Health Policy and Management 7 (1), 35, 2018
432018
Motivation of human resources for health: a case study at rural district level in Tanzania
V Zinnen, E Paul, A Mwisongo, D Nyato, A Robert
The International journal of health planning and management 27 (4), 327-347, 2012
422012
Performance‐based aid: Why it will probably not meet its promises
E Paul
Development Policy Review 33 (3), 313-323, 2015
332015
L'agenda de Paris pour l'efficacité de l'aide.
I Bergamaschi, A Diabaté, É Paul
Afrique contemporaine, 219-249, 2007
332007
Performance budgeting, motivation, and incentives
E Paul, M Robinson
Performance Budgeting, 330-375, 2007
322007
Performance‐based financing in the heath sector in low‐and middle‐income countries: Is there anything whereof it may be said, see, this is new?
E Paul, D Renmans
The International journal of health planning and management 33 (1), 51-66, 2018
272018
COVID-19: time for paradigm shift in the nexus between local, national and global health
E Paul, GW Brown, V Ridde
BMJ global health 5 (4), e002622, 2020
252020
Foreign aid transaction costs: what are they and when are they minimised?
E Paul, F Vandeninden
Development Policy Review 30 (3), 283-304, 2012
232012
Performance-based financing in Africa: time to test measures for equity
V Ridde, L Gautier, AM Turcotte-Tremblay, I Sieleunou, E Paul
International Journal of Health Services 48 (3), 549-561, 2018
202018
Results from implementation of aid effectiveness principles in the health sector in Mali
E Paul, M Ireland, J Martini, V Zinnen, I Ronse, S Samaké, B Dujardin
Journal of public health policy 34 (1), 140-152, 2013
162013
What transparency can do when incentives fail: An analysis of rent capture
E Dabla-Norris, E Paul
IMF Working Paper, 2006
162006
Documenting results of efforts to improve health aid effectiveness: Mali case study
E Paul
11*2011
Aid for health in times of political unrest in Mali: does donors’ way of intervening allow protecting people’s health?
E Paul, S Samaké, I Berthé, I Huijts, H Balique, B Dujardin
Health policy and planning 29 (8), 1071-1074, 2014
102014
Analysing performance-based financing through the lenses of the principal-agent theory
D Renmans, E Paul, B Dujardin
Universiteit Antwerpen, Institute of Development Policy (IOB), 2016
92016
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