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Discipline name H-index Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Economics and Finance D-index 55 Citations 14,062 202 World Ranking 561 National Ranking 14

Overview

What is he best known for?

The fields of study he is best known for:

  • Finance
  • Law
  • Macroeconomics

Macroeconomics, Microfinance, Developing country, Economic growth and Corporate governance are his primary areas of study. His Macroeconomics research includes elements of Capital flight, Robustness, Econometrics and Public policy. His Microfinance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Accounting, Stochastic frontier analysis and Outreach.

In general Developing country, his work in Child mortality is often linked to Per capita income linking many areas of study. His Economic growth research incorporates elements of Domestic bank, Banking sector, Bank rate and Host country. His Corporate governance research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Test and Investment.

His most cited work include:

  • Foreign direct investment, financial development and economic growth (709 citations)
  • Outreach and efficiency of microfinance institutions (376 citations)
  • Are there negative returns to aid (324 citations)

What are the main themes of his work throughout his whole career to date?

His primary areas of investigation include Microfinance, Financial system, Monetary economics, Investment and Finance. His Microfinance research integrates issues from Latin Americans, Poverty, Empowerment and Outreach. His Financial system study combines topics in areas such as Financial market, Stochastic frontier analysis, Financial liberalization and Capital market.

Robert Lensink has included themes like Developing country, Competition and Loan in his Monetary economics study. His Developing country study frequently involves adjacent topics like Macroeconomics. In most of his Investment studies, his work intersects topics such as Econometrics.

He most often published in these fields:

  • Microfinance (24.59%)
  • Financial system (18.03%)
  • Monetary economics (14.75%)

What were the highlights of his more recent work (between 2014-2021)?

  • Microfinance (24.59%)
  • Empowerment (7.10%)
  • Women's empowerment (4.92%)

In recent papers he was focusing on the following fields of study:

Robert Lensink mainly investigates Microfinance, Empowerment, Women's empowerment, Actuarial science and Demographic economics. His Microfinance research includes themes of Outreach, Poverty, Development economics and Financial system. His work focuses on many connections between Financial system and other disciplines, such as Financial inclusion, that overlap with his field of interest in Corporate governance and Double bottom line.

His Women's empowerment study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Perspective and Social psychology. His work deals with themes such as Public policy and Development aid, which intersect with Actuarial science. Robert Lensink performs multidisciplinary study in Demographic economics and Sample in his work.

Between 2014 and 2021, his most popular works were:

  • Financial Literacy and Financial Behaviour: Experimental Evidence from Rural Rwanda (37 citations)
  • Capital account liberalization and income inequality (34 citations)
  • A three-dimensional model of women's empowerment : Implications in the field of microfinance and future directions (32 citations)

In his most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • Finance
  • Law
  • China

His primary scientific interests are in Microfinance, Index, Finance, Empowerment and Credit history. His work deals with themes such as Loan, Demographic economics, Consumption, Poverty and Marketing, which intersect with Microfinance. The various areas that Robert Lensink examines in his Loan study include Productivity, Quality and Debt.

His studies deal with areas such as Actuarial science, Climate risk management, Econometrics and Risk aversion as well as Index. His Finance research incorporates elements of Test, Panel data, Harm and Outreach. His Empowerment research integrates issues from Development economics, Entrepreneurship and Sustainable development.

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Best Publications

Foreign direct investment, financial development and economic growth

Niels Hermes;Robert Lensink.
Journal of Development Studies (2003)

1457 Citations

Outreach and efficiency of microfinance institutions

Niels Hermes;Robert Lensink;Aljar Meesters.
World Development (2011)

876 Citations

THE EMPIRICS OF MICROFINANCE: WHAT DO WE KNOW?

Niels Hermes;Robert Lensink.
The Economic Journal (2007)

659 Citations

Microfinance: its Impact, Outreach and Sustainability

Niels Hermes;Robert Lensink;Robert Lensink.
World Development (2011)

507 Citations

Bank efficiency and foreign ownership: Do good institutions matter?

Robert Lensink;Aljar Meesters;Ilko Naaborg.
Journal of Banking and Finance (2008)

500 Citations

Are there negative returns to aid

Robert Lensink;Howard White.
Journal of Development Studies (2001)

498 Citations

Aid instability as a measure of uncertainty and the positive impact of aid on growth

Robert Lensink;Oliver Morrissey.
Journal of Development Studies (2000)

457 Citations

The short-term effects of foreign bank entry on domestic bank behaviour : Does economic development matter?

Robert Lensink;Robert Lensink;Niels Hermes.
Journal of Banking and Finance (2004)

443 Citations

Foreign direct investment: Flows, volatility and the impact on growth

Robert Lensink;Oliver Morrissey.
Review of International Economics (2006)

330 Citations

Controversies over the impact of development aid: it works; it doesn't; it can, but that depends …

Mark McGillivray;Simon Feeny;Niels Hermes;Robert Lensink.
Journal of International Development (2006)

308 Citations

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