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Table 3 Cross-tabulation of study design by outcome category

From: The impact of participatory budgeting on health and wellbeing: a scoping review of evaluations

Outcomes Case studies single Case studies multiple Quantitative Observational Study (Population level data) RCT
Population Social
Impacts (poverty, health, education, housing, sanitation)
Kendall 2015 [18]
Walker 2013/2016 [44, 45]
  aBiderman 2007 [24]
aBoulding 2010 [9]
aGoncalves 2014 [25]
aTouchton 2014 [26]
aWorldBank 2008 [8]
 
Economic and budgetary (funding of public services) Stewart 2014 [20] Cabannes 2005 [49]
Cabannes 2015 [39]
Del Prado 2015 [40]
Dzinic 2016 [17]
Biderman 2007 [24]
Boulding 2010 [9]
Da Silva 2014 [33]
Goncalves 2014 [25]
Jaramillo 2013 [23]
Jaramillo 2015 [27]
Touchton 2014 [26]
aWorldBank 2008 [8]
Grillos 2017 [28]
Beuermann 2014 [21]
Political (participation, democratic processes, political systems) Abers 1998 [34]
Baiocchi 2001 [47]
Baiocchi 2003 [35]
Célérier 2015 [36]
Hernandez 2010 [41]
aKendall 2015 [18]
aStewart 2014 [20]
aWalker 2013/2016 [44, 45]
Hajdarowicz 2018 [63]
Bassoli 2012 [48]
aCabannes 2015 [39]
Luchmann 2012 [42]
McNulty 2015 [43]
Montambeault 2016 [50]
Nylen 2003 [37]
Renno 2010 [51]
SQW Consulting 2011 [19]
Talpin 2012 [38]
Wu 2011 [46]
Gregorčič 2016 [52]
Borba 2012 [32]
Garcia 2011 [29]
Schneider 2002 [22]
Wampler 2007/2012b [30, 31]
aWorldBank 2008 [8]
 
  1. a Study has outcomes in more than one outcome category
  2. b Wampler 2007/2012 analysis of survey data. Multiple dates indicates same data used in two articles