Olivier Sterck
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Financing the HIV response in sub-Saharan Africa from domestic sources: moving beyond a normative approach
M Remme, M Siapka, O Sterck, M Ncube, C Watts, A Vassall
Social Science & Medicine 169, 66-76, 2016
Diagnosing the securitisation of immigration at the EU level: A new method for stronger empirical claims
SJ Baele, OC Sterck
Political Studies 63 (5), 1120-1139, 2015
The Moral and Fiscal Implications of Anti-Retroviral Therapies for HIV in Africa
P Collier, O Sterck
Oxford Economic Papers 70 (2), 353-374, 2018
Theorizing and measuring emotions in conflict: The case of the 2011 Palestinian statehood bid
SJ Baele, OC Sterck, E Meur
Journal of Conflict Resolution 60 (4), 718-747, 2016
Refugee economies in Kenya
A Betts, O Sterck, N Omata
Refugee Studies Centre, 2018
From rebellion to electoral violence: Evidence from Burundi
A Colombo, O d’Aoust, O Sterck
Economic Development and Cultural Change 67 (2), 333-368, 2019
Who benefited from Burundi’s demobilization program?
O D'Aoust, O Sterck, P Verwimp
The World Bank Economic Review 32 (2), 357-382, 2018
HIV/AIDS and Fatalism: Should Prevention Campaigns Disclose the Transmission Rate of HIV?
O Sterck
Journal of African Economies 23 (1), 53-104, 2014
Interest rates in savings groups: Thrift or threat?
M Le Polain, O Sterck, M Nyssens
World Development 101, 162-172, 2018
Natural resources and the spread of HIV/AIDS: curse or blessing?
O Sterck
Social Science & Medicine 150, 271-278, 2016
What does the “terrorist” label really do? Measuring and explaining the effects of the “terrorist” and “Islamist” categories
SJ Baele, OC Sterck, T Slingeneyer, GP Lits
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 42 (5), 520-540, 2019
Refugee Economies in Uganda: What Difference Does the the Self-Reliance Model Make?
A Betts, I Chaara, O Naohiko, S Olivier
Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford, 2019
Allocation of development assistance for health: is the predominance of national income justified?
O Sterck, M Roser, M Ncube, S Thewissen
Health policy and planning 33 (suppl_1), i14-i23, 2018
Beyond the stars
O Sterck
Journal of Economic Surveys 33 (5), 1409-1436, 2019
Self-reliance in Kalobeyei? Socio-economic outcomes for refugees in north-west Kenya
A Betts, N Omata, R Geervliet, C MacPherson, C Rogers, O Sterck
Refugee Studies Centre, 2018
Talent displaced: The economic lives of Syrian refugees in Europe
A Betts, O Sterck, R Geervliet, C MacPherson
Oxford: Refugees Studies Centre, 2017
Who benefits from customary justice? Rent-seeking, bribery and criminality in sub-Saharan Africa
O D'Aoust, O Sterck
Journal of African Economies 25 (3), 439-467, 2016
The Kalobeyei Settlement: A Self-reliance Model for Refugees?
A Betts, N Omata, O Sterck
Journal of Refugee Studies 33 (1), 189-223, 2020
Geoengineering as an alternative to mitigation: specification and dynamic implications
O Sterck
Lives and Livelihoods: Estimates of the Global Mortality and Poverty Effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic
B Decerf, FHG Ferreira, DG Mahler, OCB Sterck
ECINEQ, Society for the Study of Economic Inequality Working Papers, 2020
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