Articles by Lara Gautier

Lara is a PhD Candidate in Public health and Economics at the University of Montreal and at Paris-Diderot University. 

One year later… yes, we are still talking about PBF in low- and middle-income countries!

Posted in articles by on January 18, 2019

Academic publishers’ timelines are interesting. Exactly a year ago, Paul et al.’s paper received unprecedented attention in the global health stratosphere. Acclaimed by some, criticised by others, the paper certainly sparked much debate on the relevance of performance-based financing (PBF) in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). This made an analysis … Read more »

BRICS countries’ in the post-2015 health debate: state of play

Posted in articles by on June 20, 2014

By Lara Gautier, global health researcher at the Institute of Public Health of Heidelberg University, PhD candidate at Université de Montréal Several scholars, development experts and commentators had great expectations that BRICS become important players of the post-2015 discussions. Given their demographic, economic, and political weight, their involvement would somehow … Read more »