The Social Sciences

Year: 2012
Volume: 7
Issue: 6
Page No. 778 - 790

Institution and Public Health Care Facility Cleanness in Nigeria: A Principal-agent Approach

Authors : A. Oni Omobowale, P.M. Dontsop Nguezet and I.O. Amao

References

Ahmad, J., S. Devarajan, S. Khemani and S. Shah, 2005. Decentralization and service delivery. The World Bank, Washington, DC.

Angrist, J.D. and J.S. Pischke, 2009. Mostly Harmless Econometrics: An Empiricist's Companion. 1st Edn., Princeton University Press, Oxford, UK.

Baum, C.F., M.E. Schaffer and S. Stillman, 2003. Instrumental variables and GMM: Estimation and testing. Stat. J., 3: 1-31.
Direct Link  |  

Besley, T. and M. Ghatak, 2003. Incentives, choice and accountability in the provision of public services. Oxford Rev. Econ. Policy, 19: 235-249.
Direct Link  |  

Bulgaria, S., 2008. Accountability and voice for service delivery at the local level: A background paper for the UNDP regional training event developing capacities for accountability and voice. World developments report 2004: Making services work for poor people. The World Bank and Oxford University Washington, DC.

Chaudhury, N. and J. Hammer, 2004. Ghost doctors: Absenteeism in rural Bangladeshi health facilities. World Bank Econ. Rev., 18: 423-441.
CrossRef  |  Direct Link  |  

Chaudhury, N., J. Hammer, M. Kremer, K. Muralidharan and H. Rogers, 2006. Missing in action: Teacher and health worker absence in developing countries. J. Econ. Perspect., 20: 91-116.
Direct Link  |  

Dixit, A., 2002. Incentives and organization in the public sector: An interpretative review. J. Hum. Resour., 37: 696-727.
Direct Link  |  

Ferejohn, J. and J.H. Kuklinsky, 1990. Information and democratic processes.. University of Illinois Press, Urbana.

Goetz, A.M. and J. Gaventa, 2001. Bringing citizen voice and client focus into service delivery. Institute of Development Studies, Brighton, England.

Gupta-Das, M., V. Gauri and S. Khemani, 2004. Primary Health Care in Nigeria: Decentralized Service Delivery in the States of Lagos and Kogi. The World Bank, Washington, DC.

Keefer, P. and S. Khemani, 2005. Democracy, public expenditures and the poor: Understanding political incentives forproviding public services. World Bank Res. Obs., 20: 1-27.
CrossRef  |  Direct Link  |  

Khemani, S., 2004. Political cycles in a developing economy-effect of elections in the Indian States. J. Dev. Econ., 73: 125-154.
Direct Link  |  

Lindelow, M. and P. Serneels, 2006. The performance of healh workers in Ethiopia-results from qualitative research. Social Sci. Med., 62: 2225-2235.
Direct Link  |  

Lindelow, M., R. Reinikka and J. Svensson, 2003. Health care on the frontlines: Survey evidence on public and private providers in Uganda. The World Bank, Washington DC.

O'Neil, T. and M. Foresti, 2007. Evaluation of citizen's voice and accountability: Review of the literature and donor approaches report. http://www.odi.org.uk/resources/docs/237.pdf.

Radner, R. and J. Marschak, 1972. Economic Theory of Teams. Yale University Press, New Haven.

Rogers, F.H., J.R. Lopez-Calix, N. Cordoba, N. Chaudhury, J. Hammer, M. Kremer and K. Muralidharan, 2004. Teacher absence and incentives in primary education: Results from a new national teacher tracking survey in Ecuador. Ecuador: Creating Fiscal Space for Poverty Reduction, World Bank, Washington DC.

Serneels, P., M. Lindelow, J. Garcia-Montalvo and A. Barr, 2005. For public service or money: Understanding geographical imbalances in the health workforce. Global Poverty Research Group.

World Bank, 2001. Honduras: Public expenditure management for poverty reduction and fiscal sustainability. Report No. 22070, Poverty Reduction and Economic Sector Management Unit, Latin America and the Carribean Region. Washington, DC.

World Bank, 2004. Development report: Making services work for poor people.. Copublication of the World Bank and Oxford Press, Washington, DC.

World Bank, 2004. World Development Report 2004: Making Services Work for Poor People. The World Bank, Washington, DC USA.

Design and power by Medwell Web Development Team. © Medwell Publishing 2023 All Rights Reserved