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Damien de Walque
Damien de Walque
Lead Economist, Development research Group, The World Bank
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Mobile phone technologies improve adherence to antiretroviral treatment in a resource-limited setting: a randomized controlled trial of text message reminders
C Pop-Eleches, H Thirumurthy, JP Habyarimana, JG Zivin, MP Goldstein, ...
AIDS (London, England) 25 (6), 825, 2011
11282011
Armed conflict and schooling: Evidence from the 1994 Rwandan genocide
R Akresh, D de Walque
World Bank Publications, 2008
4852008
How does the impact of an HIV/AIDS information campaign vary with educational attainment? Evidence from rural Uganda
D De Walque
Journal of Development Economics 84, 686-714, 2007
413*2007
Does education affect smoking behaviors?: Evidence using the Vietnam draft as an instrument for college education
D De Walque
Journal of health economics 26 (5), 877-895, 2007
4002007
Educational and Child Labour Impacts of Two Food-for-Education Schemes: Evidence from a Randomised Trial in Rural Burkina Faso
H Kazianga, D De Walque, H Alderman
Journal of African Economies 21 (5), 723-760, 2012
280*2012
Incentivising safe sex: a randomised trial of conditional cash transfers for HIV and sexually transmitted infection prevention in rural Tanzania
D De Walque, WH Dow, R Nathan, R Abdul, F Abilahi, E Gong, Z Isdahl, ...
BMJ open 2 (1), e000747, 2012
2532012
The socio-demographic legacy of the Khmer Rouge period in Cambodia
D De Walque
Population studies 60 (2), 223-231, 2006
247*2006
Sero‐discordant couples in five African countries: Implications for prevention strategies
D De Walque
Population and development review 33 (3), 501-523, 2007
242*2007
HIV status in discordant couples in sub-Saharan Africa: a systematic review and meta-analysis
O Eyawo, D de Walque, N Ford, G Gakii, RT Lester, EJ Mills
The Lancet infectious diseases 10 (11), 770-777, 2010
2202010
Cash transfers and child schooling: evidence from a randomized evaluation of the role of conditionality
R Akresh, D De Walque, H Kazianga
The World Bank, 2013
2192013
Does education affect HIV status? Evidence from five African countries
D De Walque
The World Bank Economic Review 23 (2), 209-233, 2009
213*2009
Education, information, and smoking decisions evidence from smoking histories in the United States, 1940–2000
D De Walque
Journal of human resources 45 (3), 682-717, 2010
212*2010
Investment in child and adolescent health and development: key messages from Disease Control Priorities
DAP Bundy, N de Silva, S Horton, GC Patton, L Schultz, DT Jamison, ...
The Lancet 391 (10121), 687-699, 2018
1902018
Experimental evidence on the long-run impact of community-based monitoring
M Björkman Nyqvist, D De Walque, J Svensson
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 9 (1), 33-69, 2017
171*2017
Changing association between schooling levels and HIV‐1 infection over 11 years in a rural population cohort in south‐west Uganda
D De Walque, JS Nakiyingi‐Miiro, J Busingye, JA Whitworth
Tropical medicine & international health 10 (10), 993-1001, 2005
1612005
Incentivizing safer sexual behavior: evidence from a lottery experiment on HIV prevention
M Björkman Nyqvist, L Corno, D De Walque, J Svensson
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 10 (3), 287-314, 2018
139*2018
Mines, migration and HIV/AIDS in Southern Africa
L Corno, D De Walque
Journal of African Economies 21 (3), 465-498, 2012
1262012
Child ability and household human capital investment decisions in Burkina Faso
R Akresh, E Bagby, D De Walque, H Kazianga
Economic Development and Cultural Change 61 (1), 157-186, 2012
1202012
Alternative cash transfer delivery mechanisms: impacts on routine preventative health clinic visits in Burkina Faso
R Akresh, D De Walque, H Kazianga
African Successes, Volume II: Human Capital, 113-135, 2014
1082014
Evidence from a randomized evaluation of the household welfare impacts of conditional and unconditional cash transfers given to mothers or fathers
R Akresh, D De Walque, H Kazianga
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2016
962016
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