Journal of Development Effectiveness

(The TQCC of Journal of Development Effectiveness is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
Impact of interactive radio programming on agricultural technology adoption and crop diversification in Malawi14
Mobile money demand in utility bill payments: A WTP estimate from Ethiopia13
Do producer organisations promote environmental sustainability through organic soil investments? Evidence from Cameroon10
Examining the interactive growth effect of development aid and institutional quality in Sub-Saharan Africa7
The effect of internet services on child education outcomes: evidence from poa! Internet in Kenya6
Improving learning by improving vision: evidence from two randomized controlled trials of providing vision care in China6
Can’t Wait to Learn: A quasi-experimental mixed-methods evaluation of a digital game-based learning programme for out-of-school children in Sudan6
The effectiveness of industrial policy in developing countries: causal evidence from Ethiopian manufacturing firms5
Building resilience in Somalia; evidence from field data collection5
Interest rate caps on microcredit: evidence from a natural experiment in Bolivia5
Economic shocks and risky sexual behaviours in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review of the literature5
Access to affordable daycare and women’s economic opportunities: evidence from a cluster-randomised intervention in India5
How neighbours influence commercial health insurance purchase: evidence from 2451 rural households in west China5
The implications of demographic change and ageing for social protection in sub-Saharan Africa: insights from Rwanda5
Determining success factors for improving rural livelihood strategies: how can participatory social network mapping help?5
The impact of an integrated value chain intervention on household poultry production in Burkina Faso: evidence from a randomized controlled trial4
Measuring non-monetary poverty in the coffee heartlands of Laos and Rwanda: comparing MPI and EDI frameworks4
The effect of gender targeting of food transfers on child nutritional status: experimental evidence from the Bolivian amazon4
Credit cards issued by non-financial companies: an alternative tool for financial inclusion and economic development?4
Fostering social mobility. The case of the Bono de Desarrollo Humano in Ecuador4
Long-term and spillover effects of rice production training in Uganda3
The impacts of rainfall shocks on birth weight in Vietnam3
Assessing cost-effectiveness with equity of a programme targeting marginalised girls in secondary schools in Tanzania3
The impact of Sri lanka’s school-based management programme on teachers’ pedagogical practices and student learning: evidence from a randomised controlled trial3
Stuck in the middle school rut: can anything improve academic achievement in rural Chinese middle schools?2
Prioritising job creation without undermining public works construction among road improvement projects in rural Nicaragua2
Vocational training for demobilized ex-combatants with disabilities in Rwanda2
Mothers’ education and the effectiveness of nutrition programmes: evidence from a matched cross-sectional study in rural Bangladesh2
The effect of the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act on the size of outstanding debts in rural India2
The effects of booster classes in protracted crisis settings: Evidence from Kenyan refugee camps2
Returns to Interest-free Microcredit: evidence from a Randomised Experiment in Pakistan2
Impacts on school entry of exposure since birth to a conditional cash transfer programme in El Salvador2
Microfinance loans, women’s economic empowerment, and poverty: a case study of Baobab Microfinance Company2
Evaluating spillovers and cost-effectiveness of complementary agricultural and social protection interventions: evidence from Lesotho2
Community-based natural resource management: an effective tool to reduce poverty and inequality?2
For real? Cash transfers’ effects on food consumption during price shocks in Kenya2
Free delivery care and supply-side incentives in Nepal’s poorest districts: the effect on prenatal care and neonatal tetanus vaccinations2
Building community engagement and teacher support in education: qualitative findings from process evaluations in two exceptional settings2
Integrating research into policy sphere: evidence from Tanzania2