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Damien de Walque

Senior Economist

DAMIEN DE WALQUE is a Senior Economist in the Development Research Group (Human Development and Public Services Team). He received his Ph.D.in Economics from the University of Chicago in 2003. His research interests include health and education and the interactions between them. He is working on evaluating the impact of HIV/AIDS interventions and policies in several African countries. He also develops a research agenda focusing on the analysis of the long-term consequences of mortality crises.

The list below is of World Bank working papers and publications. You can also see (and in some cases download) other publications by this author.


World Bank working papers and publications

1 .Effect of stress on later-life health : evidence from the Vietnam war draft
2 .A randomized control trial of a peer adherence and nutritional support program for public sector antiretroviral patients
3 .Using lotteries to incentivize safer sexual behavior : evidence from a randomized controlled trial on HIV prevention
4 .Rewarding safer sex : conditional cash transfers for HIV/STI prevention
5 .Information is power : experimental evidence on the long-run impact of community based monitoring
6 .Coping with risk : the effects of shocks on reproductive health and transactional sex in rural Tanzania
7 .Using provider performance incentives to increase HIV testing and counseling services in Rwanda
8 .Cash transfers and child schooling : evidence from a randomized evaluation of the role of conditionality
9 .Sexual behavior change intentions and actions in the context of a randomized trial of a conditional cash transfer for HIV prevention in Tanzania
10 .Child labor, schooling, and child ability
11 .Mines, migration and HIV/AIDS in southern Africa
12 .Stimulating demand for AIDS prevention : lessons from the RESPECT trial
13 .Alternative cash transfer delivery mechanisms : impacts on routine preventative health clinic visits in Burkina Faso
14 .Trends and socioeconomic gradients in adult mortality around the developing world
15 .Food crisis, household welfare and HIV/AIDS treatment : evidence from Mozambique
16 .Antiretroviral therapy awareness and risky sexual behaviors : evidence from Mozambique
17 .Child ability and household human capital investment decisions in Burkina Faso
18 .Comparing condom use with different types of partners : evidence from national HIV surveys in Africa
19 .The association between remarriage and HIV infection : evidence from national HIV surveys in Africa
20 .Demographic and socioeconomic patterns of HIV/AIDS prevalence in Africa
21 .Educational and health impacts of two school feeding schemes : evidence from a randomized trial in rural Burkina Faso
22 .The demographic and socio-economic distribution of excess mortality during the 1994 genocide in Rwanda
23 .The World Bank economic review 23 (2)
24 .Race, immigration, and the U.S. labor marke t: contrasting the outcomes of foreign born and native blacks
25 .Potential applications of conditional cash transfers for prevention of sexually transmitted infections and HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa
26 .Armed conflict and schooling : evidence from the 1994 Rwandan genocide
27 .The determinants of HIV infection and related sexual behaviors : evidence from Lesotho
28 .Discordant couples : HIV infection among couples in Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Ghana, Kenya, and Tanzania
29 .Who gets AIDS and how ? The determinants of HIV infection and sexual behaviors in Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Ghana, Kenya, and Tanzania
30 .Parental education and children's schooling outcomes : is the effect nature, nurture, or both? evidence from recomposed families in Rwanda
31 .The long-term legacy of the Khmer Rouge period in Cambodia
32 .Education, information, and smoking decisions : evidence from smoking histories, 1940-2000
33 .How does the impact of an HIV/AIDS information campaign vary with educational attainment ? Evidence from rural Uganda




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