James Copestake
James Copestake
Professor of International Development, University of Bath
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What is the evidence of the impact of microfinance on the well-being of poor people?
M Duvendack, R Palmer-Jones, JG Copestake, L Hooper, Y Loke, N Rao
EPPI-Centre, Social Science Research Unit, Institute of Education …, 2011
Assessing the impact of microcredit: A Zambian case study
J Copestake, S Bhalotra, S Johnson
Journal of Development Studies 37 (4), 81-100, 2001
Monitoring the diversity of the poverty outreach and impact of microfinance: A comparison of methods using data from Peru
J Copestake, P Dawson, JP Fanning, A McKay, K Wright‐Revolledo
Development Policy Review 23 (6), 703-723, 2005
Inequality and the polarizing impact of microcredit: evidence from Zambia's copperbelt
J Copestake
Journal of international development 14 (6), 743-755, 2002
Qualitative enquiry for rural development: a review.
J Moris, JG Copestake
Qualitative enquiry for rural development: a review., 1993
Non-governmental organizations and the state in Africa: Rethinking roles in sustainable agricultural development
K Wellard, JG Copestake
Psychology Press, 1993
Measuring multidimensional aspiration gaps: A means to understanding cultural aspects of poverty
J Copestake, L Camfield
Development policy review 28 (5), 617-633, 2010
Wellbeing in international development: What's new?
J Copestake
Journal of International Development: The Journal of the Development Studies …, 2008
Credible impact evaluation in complex contexts: Confirmatory and exploratory approaches
J Copestake
Evaluation 20 (4), 412-427, 2014
Political‐economy analysis, aid effectiveness and the art of development management
J Copestake, R Williams
Development Policy Review 32 (1), 133-153, 2014
Microfinance institutions' mission drift in macroeconomic context
S Xu, J Copestake, X Peng
Journal of International development 28 (7), 1123-1137, 2016
Measuring subjective wellbeing in Bangaladesh, Ethiopia, Peru and Thailand using a personal life goal satisfaction approach
J Copestake, L Camfield
'Randomized control trials are the best way to measure impact of microfinance programmes and improve microfinance product designs.'
D Karlan, N Goldberg, J Copestake
Enterprise development & microfinance 20 (3), 167, 2009
Non-governmental organizations and the state in Africa
K Wellard, J Copestake
London and New York: Routledge, 1993
Wellbeing and development in Peru: local and universal views confronted
J Copestake
Springer, 2008
Impact assessment of microfinance: Towards a new protocol for collection and analysis of qualitative data
J Copestake, S Johnson, K Wright
Money with a mission. Volume 1: microfinance and poverty reduction
J Copestake, M Greeley, S Johnson, N Kabeer, A Simanowitz
Intermediate Technology Publications, 2005
What is the impact of microfinance, and what does this imply for microfinance policy and for future impact studies?
J Copestake, R Williams
Oxford Policy Management, 2011
Financial inclusion, vulnerability and mental models: from physical access to effective use of financial services in a low-income area of Mexico City
MM Nino-Zarazua, J Copestake
Savings and Development, 353-379, 2008
Microfinance studies: Introduction and overview
C Fouillet, M Hudon, B Harriss-White, J Copestake
Oxford Development Studies 41 (sup1), S1-S16, 2013
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