Johan Bastiaensen
Johan Bastiaensen
Full Professor Institute of Development Policy (IOB) University of Antwerp, Belgium
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Citizen science in hydrology and water resources: opportunities for knowledge generation, ecosystem service management, and sustainable development
W Buytaert, Z Zulkafli, S Grainger, L Acosta, TC Alemie, J Bastiaensen, ...
Frontiers in Earth Science 2, 26, 2014
Payments for ecosystem services: justified or not? A political view
G Van Hecken, J Bastiaensen
Environmental science & policy 13 (8), 785-792, 2010
Poverty reduction as a local institutional process
J Bastiaensen, T De Herdt, B D’exelle
World development 33 (6), 979-993, 2005
Payments for ecosystem services in Nicaragua: do market‐based approaches work?
G Van Hecken, J Bastiaensen
Development and Change 41 (3), 421-444, 2010
Towards a power-sensitive and socially-informed analysis of payments for ecosystem services (PES): addressing the gaps in the current debate
G Van Hecken, J Bastiaensen, C Windey
Ecological Economics 120, 117-125, 2015
The effect of microcredit on women’s control over household spending in developing countries
J Vaessen, A Rivas, M Duvendack, R Palmer-Jones, F Leeuw, G Van Gils, ...
Campbell Systematic Reviews 10 (8), 2014
The viability of local payments for watershed services: empirical evidence from Matiguás, Nicaragua
G Van Hecken, J Bastiaensen, WF Vásquez
Ecological Economics 74, 169-176, 2012
The new territorial paradigm of rural development: Theoretical foundations from systems and institutional theories
M Ambrosio-Albalá, J Bastiaensen
IOB, 2010
Fair Trade and the Coffee Crisis in the Nicaraguan Segovias
R Mendoza, J Bastiaensen
Small Enterprise Development 14 (2), 36-46, 2003
What’s in a name? Epistemic perspectives and Payments for Ecosystem Services policies in Nicaragua
G Van Hecken, J Bastiaensen, F Huybrechs
Geoforum 63, 55-66, 2015
After the Nicaraguan non‐payment crisis: Alternatives to microfinance narcissism
J Bastiaensen, P Marchetti, R Mendoza, F Pérez
Development and Change 44 (4), 861-885, 2013
Silencing agency in payments for ecosystem services (PES) by essentializing a neoliberal ‘monster’into being: a response to Fletcher & Büscher's ‘PES conceit’
G Van Hecken, V Kolinjivadi, C Windey, P McElwee, E Shapiro-Garza, ...
Ecological Economics 144, 314-318, 2018
Co-optation, cooperation or competition? Microfinance and the new left in Bolivia, Ecuador and Nicaragua
F Bédécarrats, J Bastiaensen, F Doligez
Third World Quarterly 33 (1), 143-160, 2012
Rural microfinance and agricultural value chains: Strategies and perspectives of the Fondo de Desarrollo Local in Nicaragua
J Bastiaensen, P Marchetti
Handbook of Microfinance, 461-500, 2011
Aid as an encounter at the interface: the complexity of the global fight against poverty
T De Herdt, J Bastiaensen
Third World Quarterly 25 (5), 871-885, 2004
Can financial incentives change farmers' motivations? An agrarian system approach to development pathways at the Nicaraguan agricultural frontier
G Van Hecken, P Merlet, M Lindtner, J Bastiaensen
Ecological Economics 156, 519-529, 2019
The circumstances of agency: A relational view of poverty
T De Herdt, J Bastiaensen
International development planning review 30 (4), 339, 2008
Making sense of territorial pathways to rural development: a proposal for a normative and analytical framework
J Bastiaensen, P Merlet, M Craps, T De Herdt, S Flores, F Huybrechs, ...
IOB, University of Antwerp, Discussion Paper, 2015
Political arenas around access to land: a diagnosis of property rights practices in the Nicaraguan interior
J Bastiaensen, B d'Exelle, C Famerée
IOB, University of Antwerp, 2006
Poverty, institutions and interventions: a framework for an institutional analysis of poverty and local anti-poverty interventions
J Bastiaensen, T De Herdt, J Vaessen
IOB Discussion Papers, 2002
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