Olga Biosca
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Where is the ‘Plus’ in ‘Credit-plus’? The case of Chiapas, Mexico
O Biosca, P Lenton, P Mosley
The Journal of Development Studies 50 (12), 1700-1716, 2014
Who knows best? AQ methodology study to explore perspectives of professional stakeholders and community participants on health in low-income communities
N McHugh, R Baker, O Biosca, F Ibrahim, C Donaldson
BMC health services research 19, 1-13, 2019
Exploring the relationship between time preference, body fatness, and educational attainment
H Brown, O Biosca
Social science & medicine 158, 75-85, 2016
Microfinance Non‐Financial Services as a Competitive Advantage: The M exican Case
O Biosca, P Lenton, P Mosley
Strategic Change 23 (7-8), 507-516, 2014
From wealth to health: Evaluating microfinance as a complex intervention
N McHugh, O Biosca, C Donaldson
Evaluation 23 (2), 209-225, 2017
Boosting health insurance coverage in developing countries: do conditional cash transfer programmes matter in Mexico?
O Biosca, H Brown
Health policy and planning 30 (2), 155-162, 2015
Microfinance non-financial services: a key for poverty alleviation? lessons from Mexico
O Biosca, P Lenton, P Mosley
Department of Economics, University of Sheffield, 2011
Walking a tightrope: using financial diaries to investigate day-to-day financial decisions and the social safety net of the financially excluded
O Biosca, N McHugh, F Ibrahim, R Baker, T Laxton, C Donaldson
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 689 (1 …, 2020
The new merger: Combining third sector and market-based approaches to tackling inequalities
MJ Roy, CH O'Connor, N McHugh, O Biosca, C Donaldson
Social Business 5 (1), 47-60, 2015
Brexit, division, and individual solidarity: What future for Europe? Evidence from eight European countries
S Baglioni, O Biosca, T Montgomery
American Behavioral Scientist 63 (4), 538-550, 2019
What makes a key player in interorganizational social policy networks? The case of Uruguay
O Biosca, P Galaso
International Journal of Public Administration 43 (13), 1156-1168, 2020
The health impacts of place-based creative programmes on older adults’ health: A critical realist review
E Bellazzecca, S Teasdale, O Biosca, DA Skelton
Health & Place 76, 102839, 2022
Microfinance non-financial services: A key for poverty alleviation
O Biosca, P Lenton, P Mosley
Lessons from Mexico. University of Sheffield, UK, 2011
Microcredit as a public health initiative? Exploring mechanisms and pathways to health and wellbeing
F Ibrahim, N McHugh, O Biosca, R Baker, T Laxton, C Donaldson
Social Science & Medicine 270, 113633, 2021
Pulling together or pulling apart? Solidarity in the post-crisis UK
T Montgomery, S Baglioni, O Biosca, M Grasso
Solidarity in Europe: Citizens' Responses in Times of Crisis, 73-101, 2018
Global issues, local solutions: rethinking wealth and health through the lens of social enterprise
C Donaldson, M Roy, C Hill-O'Connor, O Biosca, R Baker, A Kay, ...
Glasgow Caledonian University Health Economics Working Paper Series. Glasgow …, 2014
Regulating Fortress Britain: Migrants, Refugees and Asylum Applicants in the British Labour Market
F Caḷ, S Baglioni, T Montgomery, O Biosca
Migrants, Refugees and Asylum Seekers’ Integration in European Labour …, 2021
Innovating on methods to understand the relationship between finances and wellbeing
N McHugh, O Biosca, R Baker, F Ibrahim, C Donaldson
Wealth (s) and subjective well-being, 129-144, 2019
Can microfinance regulation encourage mission drift? The Italian case
E Bellazzecca, O Biosca
The Hague University of Applied Sciences and the European Microfinance Network, 2017
Microfinance, health and randomised trials
N McHugh, O Biosca, C Donaldson
Health Economics Working Paper Series 201501, 2015
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