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Subjective well-being in rural India: The curse of conspicuous consumption
R Linssen, L Van Kempen, G Kraaykamp
Social indicators research 101, 57-72, 2011
1412011
Fooling the eye of the beholder: Deceptive status signalling among the poor in developing countries
L Van Kempen
Journal of International Development: The Journal of the Development Studies …, 2003
1342003
Are the poor willing to pay a premium for designer labels? A field experiment in Bolivia
L Van Kempen*
Oxford Development Studies 32 (2), 205-224, 2004
1202004
Women empowerment through self-help groups: The bittersweet fruits of collective apple cultivation in highland Ethiopia
SH Alemu, L Van Kempen, R Ruben
Journal of Human Development and Capabilities 19 (3), 308-330, 2018
902018
A perverse ‘net’effect? Health insurance and ex-ante moral hazard in Ghana
Z Yilma, L van Kempen, T de Hoop
Social Science & Medicine 75 (1), 138-147, 2012
822012
Too poor to be green consumers? A field experiment on revealed preferences for firewood in rural Guatemala
L Van Kempen, R Muradian, C Sandóval, JP Castañeda
Ecological Economics 68 (7), 2160-2167, 2009
772009
Factors impeding the acceptability and use of malaria preventive measures: implications for malaria elimination in eastern Rwanda
CM Ingabire, A Rulisa, L Van Kempen, C Muvunyi, CJM Koenraadt, ...
Malaria Journal 14, 1-11, 2015
742015
Women's autonomy and subjective well-being: how gender norms shape the impact of self-help groups in Odisha, India
T De Hoop, L van Kempen, R Linssen, A van Eerdewijk
Feminist economics 20 (3), 103-135, 2014
702014
Status consumption and ethnicity in Bolivia: Evidence from durables ownership
L Van Kempen
International Journal of Consumer Studies 31 (1), 76-89, 2007
672007
The impact of increased consumer-orientation in global agri-food chains on smallholders in developing countries
W Pelupessy, L Van Kempen
Competition & Change 9 (4), 357-381, 2005
572005
The ‘downside’of women empowerment in India: An experimental inquiry into the role of expectations
L Van Kempen
Social Indicators Research 94, 465-482, 2009
392009
National dialogues as an interruption of civil war–the case of Yemen
M Elayah, L Schulpen, L van Kempen, A Almaweri, B AbuOsba, ...
Peacebuilding 8 (1), 98-117, 2020
222020
Adding to the controversy? Civil society’s evaluation of the national conference dialogue in Yemen
M Elayah, L van Kempen, L Schulpen
Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding 14 (3), 431-458, 2020
162020
Explaining technical inefficiency and the variation in income from apple adoption in highland Ethiopia: The role of unequal endowments and knowledge asymmetries
SH Alemu, L van Kempen, R Ruben
Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development in the Tropics and Subtropics …, 2017
132017
Civil society legitimacy as a balancing act: Competing priorities for land rights advocacy organisations working with local communities in Kenya
M Matelski, S Zijlstra, L van Kempen
Canadian Journal of Development Studies/Revue canadienne d'études du …, 2022
112022
Do people invest in local public goods with long-term benefits: Experimental evidence from a shanty town in Peru
T De Hoop, L Van Kempen, R Fort
102010
Willingness to contribute to bio-larviciding in the fight against malaria: A contingent valuation study among rice farmers in Rwanda
A Rulisa, L van Kempen, L Mutesa, E Hakizimana, CM Ingabire, ...
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18 (21), 11575, 2021
82021
The long shadow of faith-based social networks on agricultural performance: Evidence from Ethiopian apple growers
SH Alemu, L van Kempen, R Ruben
The European Journal of Development Research 30, 297-319, 2018
72018
Do cash transfers crowd out community investment in public goods? Lessons from a field experiment on health education
T de Hoop, L Van Kempen, R Fort
Nonprofit and voluntary sector quarterly 41 (2), 232-256, 2012
72012
Status consumption and poverty in developing countries: Evidence and welfare effects
L van Kempen
Saarbrücken: VDM Verlag, 2009
72009
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