Renate Hartwig
Renate Hartwig
Department of Economics, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen & GIGA
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Indonesia Under the New Normal: Challenges and the Way Ahead
R Sparrow, T Dartanto, R Hartwig
Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies 56 (3), 269-299, 2020
Productive effects of public works programs: What do we know? What should we know?
E Gehrke, R Hartwig
World Development 107, 111-124, 2018
Does forced solidarity hamper investment in small and micro enterprises?
M Grimm, R Hartwig, J Lay
Journal of Comparative Economics 45 (4), 827-846, 2017
Electricity access and the performance of micro and small enterprises: evidence from West Africa
M Grimm, R Hartwig, J Lay
The European Journal of Development Research 25 (5), 815-829, 2013
Jobs, growth and poverty: what do we know, what don’t we know, what should we know
C Melamed, R Hartwig, U Grant
Growth 18 (6), 10, 2011
Mutual health insurance and its contribution to improving child health in Rwanda
A Binagwaho, R Hartwig, D Ingeri, A Makaka
Passauer Diskussionspapiere-Volkswirtschaftliche Reihe 66 (12), 2012
The health care burden in rural Burkina Faso: Consequences and implications for insurance design
FY Bocoum, M Grimm, R Hartwig
SSM-population health 6, 309-316, 2018
An assessment of the effects of the 2002 food crisis on children's health in Malawi
R Hartwig, M Grimm
Journal of African economies 21 (1), 124-165, 2011
Now or later? The allocation of the pot and the insurance motive in fixed roscas
JM Baland, C Guirkinger, R Hartwig
Journal of Development Economics 140, 1-11, 2019
Effects of decentralized health-care financing on maternal care in Indonesia
R Hartwig, R Sparrow, S Budiyati, A Yumna, N Warda, A Suryahadi, ...
Economic Development and Cultural Change 67 (3), 659-686, 2019
Can information increase the understanding and uptake of insurance? Lessons from a randomized experiment in rural Burkina Faso
F Bocoum, M Grimm, R Hartwig, N Zongo
Social Science & Medicine, 2018
When the Going Gets Tough: Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Informal Entrepreneurs in Uganda
R Hartwig, T Lakemann
How Household Characteristics Shape Program Access and Asset Accumulation: A Mixed Method Analysis of the Vision 2020 Umurenge Programme in Rwanda
J Gatzinsi, RS Hartwig, LB Rawlings, UM Francoise, I Roberte
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2019
Challenging trust in government: COVID in Sub-Saharan Africa
R Hartwig, L Hoffmann
DEU 3, 11, 2021
Inter-household transfers: An empirical investigation of the income-transfer relationship with novel data from Burkina Faso
M Grimm, R Hartwig, AK Reitmann, FY Bocoum
World Development 144, 105486, 2021
Post 2015: why the development finance debate needs to make the move from quantity to quality
F Dafe, R Hartwig, H Janus
German Development Institute Briefing Paper 22, 2013
All eyes on the price: An assessment of the willingness‐to‐pay for eyeglasses in rural Burkina Faso
M Grimm, R Hartwig
Health Economics, 2022
Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Informal Entrepreneurs in Uganda
R Hartwig, T Lakemann
Brief, Hamburg: GIGA, www. gigahamburg. de/de/news/when-the-going-gets-tough, 2020
Antimicrobial Resistance between Lack of Access and Excess
R Hartwig, P Segura Kliesow
DEU 3, 10, 2020
Perceptions of climate variability, current exposure of households to shocks and coping in semi-arid lands: a case study from the Central Plateau region in Burkina Faso
R Hartwig
PRISE Pathways to resilience in semi-arid economies, 2015
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