Thomas Stubbs
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Structural adjustment programmes adversely affect vulnerable populations: a systematic-narrative review of their effect on child and maternal health
M Thomson, A Kentikelenis, T Stubbs
Public Health Reviews 38, 13, 2017
2362017
IMF conditionality and development policy space, 1985–2014
AE Kentikelenis, TH Stubbs, LP King
Review of International Political Economy 23 (4), 543-582, 2016
1332016
Relative surplus population and uneven development in the neoliberal era: Theory and empirical application
D Neilson, T Stubbs
Capital & Class 35 (3), 435-453, 2011
452011
Structural adjustment and public spending on health: Evidence from IMF programs in low-income countries
AE Kentikelenis, TH Stubbs, LP King
Social Science & Medicine 126, 169-176, 2015
412015
The impact of IMF conditionality on government health expenditure: A cross-national analysis of 16 West African nations
T Stubbs, A Kentikelenis, D Stuckler, M McKee, L King
Social Science & Medicine 174, 220-227, 2017
352017
Catalyzing aid? The IMF and donor behavior in aid allocation
TH Stubbs, AE Kentikelenis, LP King
World Development 78, 511-528, 2016
332016
Targeted social safeguards in the age of universal social protection: the IMF and health systems of low-income countries
T Stubbs, A Kentikelenis
Critical Public Health 28 (2), 132-139, 2018
172018
Impact of International Monetary Fund programs on child health
A Daoud, E Nosrati, B Reinsberg, AE Kentikelenis, TH Stubbs, LP King
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (25), 6492-6497, 2017
152017
Competition states in the neoliberal era: Towards third-generation regulation theory
D Neilson, TH Stubbs
Competition & Change 20 (2), 122-144, 2016
142016
The world system and the hollowing out of state capacity: How structural adjustment programs affect bureaucratic quality in developing countries
R Bernhard, A Kentikelenis, T Stubbs, L King
American Journal of Sociology 124 (4), 1222-1257, 2019
11*2019
How to evaluate the effects of IMF conditionality: An extension of quantitative approaches and an empirical application to public education spending
T Stubbs, A Kentikelenis, B Reinsberg, L King
Review of International Organizations, 2018
72018
The IMF and government health expenditure: A response to Sanjeev Gupta
T Stubbs, A Kentikelenis, D Stuckler, M McKee, L King
Social Science & Medicine 181, 202-4, 2017
62017
Economic growth, financial crisis, and property rights: observer bias in perception-based measures
T Stubbs, L King, D Stuckler
International Review of Applied Economics 28 (3), 401-418, 2014
62014
International financial institutions and human rights: implications for public health
T Stubbs, A Kentikelenis
Public Health Reviews 38, 27, 2017
52017
Ethnopolitics and the military in Kenya
T Stubbs
Forging Military Identity in Culturally Pluralistic Societies: Quasi …, 2015
52015
Conditionality and sovereign debt: An overview of human rights implications
T Stubbs, A Kentikelenis
Sovereign Debt and Human Rights, 359-380, 2018
32018
The political economy of labor market deregulation during IMF interventions
B Reinsberg, T Stubbs, A Kentikelenis, L King
International Interactions 45 (3), 532-559, 2019
22019
A statistical portrait of the New Zealand precariat
W Cochrane, T Stubbs, M Rua, D Hodgetts
Precarity: Uncertain, Insecure, and Unequal Lives in Aotearoa New Zealand, 27-36, 2017
22017
The International Monetary Fund’s interventions in food and agriculture: An analysis of loans and conditions
A Daoud, B Reinsberg, AE Kentikelenis, TH Stubbs, LP King
Food Policy 83, 204-218, 2019
12019
How structural adjustment programs affect inequality: A disaggregated analysis of IMF conditionality, 1980–2014
T Forster, AE Kentikelenis, B Reinsberg, TH Stubbs, LP King
Social Science Research 80, 83-113, 2019
12019
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