Paul Clist
Paul Clist
School of International Development, University of East Anglia
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TitleCited byYear
25 Years of Aid Allocation Practice: Whither Selectivity?
P Clist
World Development 39 (10), 1724-1734, 2011
Aid and tax revenue: signs of a positive effect since the 1980s
P Clist, O Morrissey
Journal of International Development 23 (2), 165-180, 2011
Selectivity on Aid Modality: Determinants of Budget Support from Multilateral Donors
P Clist, A Isopi, O Morrissey
The Review of International Organizations 7 (3), 267-284, 2012
Foreign aid and domestic taxation: Multiple sources, one conclusion
P Clist
Development Policy Review 34 (3), 365-383, 2016
Payment by results in development aid: All that glitters is not gold
P Clist
The World Bank Research Observer 31 (2), 290-319, 2016
Evaluating Development Impact Bonds: A Study for DFID
R Drew, P Clist
London Department for lnternational Development (Df| D), 2015
12 Principles for Payment By Results (PbR) In International Development
P Clist, S Dercon
DFID Research for Development. London: DFID, 2014
Measures for Measures: Evaluating Judgments of Donor Allocative Performance
E Anderson, P Clist
Do performance measures of donors' aid allocation underperform?
P Clist
The World Economy 38 (5), 805-824, 2015
Aid allocation, composition and effects
P Clist
University of Nottingham, 2010
Multilingualism and public goods provision: An experiment in two languages in Uganda
P Clist, A Verschoor
Journal of Development Economics 129, 47-57, 2017
Payment by results in international development: Evidence from the first decade
P Clist
Development Policy Review, 2018
Risk-taking, risk-sharing and underinvestment in agriculture in eastern Uganda–Policy lessons
A Verschoor, B D'Exelle, J Balungira, P Clist, B Perez-Viana
Growth Research Programme, 2016
Evaluating Development Impact Bonds
R Drew, P Clist
Nature’s Frames, Reference Lotteries and Truly Risky Choice: Evidence from a Ugandan Field Lab
P Clist, B D’Exelle, A Verschoor
Sidestepping the Samaritan’s Dilemma: Using a Dual Self Model to Explain Conditionality Failure
P Clist
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