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“The economics of malaria in Africa”, In C. Monga, and Yifu Lin J., (Ed.). 2015. The Oxford Handbook
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“Blood Transfusion Safety in France: developing tools to support patients”, In D. Delnoij, and V. Hafner (Ed.).
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WHO Regional Office for Europe.
“DRG systems and similar patient classification systems in Europe”, In Reinhard Busse, Alexander Geissler,
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moving towards transparency, efficiency and quality in hospitals.
Does Freedom make a difference? An empirical investigation of differences between subjective well-being and perceived capabilities amongst cancer patients. European Journal of Health Economics (2018)
With Tessier P.
Malaria and Education: Evidence from Mali. Journal of African Economies. (2017), 1-27
With D'Albis H, Doumbo O.K., Niangaly H.
Public Mosquito Abatement: a cluster randomized experiment. World Bank Economic Review (2017)
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With Maccario R, Rouhani S, Drake T, Jones R, Nagy A,
Bamadio M, Diarra S, Djanken S, Rochnik N, Clarke S,
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Impact of a malaria control programme in schools on malaria infection, anaemia and cognitive function:
a pragmatic cluster-randomised trial in southern Mali.
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With Clarke S, Rouhani S, Diarra S, Saye R, Bamadio M, Jones R, Traore D, Traore K,
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Human Behavior: a threat to mosquito control?. Mathematical Biosciences (2016), 281 p 923
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Prevention or Treatment? The case of malaria. Economics Letters (2015) 131, pp: 16-19.
With Berthélemy, J.C, Gaudart, J.
Health and Development: A Circular Causality. Revue d'économie du développement. (2014) 1:109-137.
With Berthélemy J-C.
Household-level expenditure on protective measures against mosquitoes
on the Island of La Réunion, France. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases (2014) 8, 1 e2609.
With Bellia C, Deheck J.S, Reilhes O.
Possession of bed nets in Haut-Katanga (DRC): prevalence-elastic behaviour or performance of
health care system delivery?. Health and Place (2013), 24, 275-285.
With Seban J., Herbreteau V.
Malaria and protective behaviors: is there a malaria trap? Malaria Journal (2013) 12:200.
With Berthélemy J., Doumbo O, Gaudart J.
How well do diagnosis-related groups for appendectomy explain variations in resource use? An analysis of
patient-level data from 10 european countries, Health Economics (2012) S21, p.30-40.
With Masson A, Or Z, Renaud T, Street A, , Ward P.
Diagnosis Related Groups and variations in resource use for child delivery across 10 European countries,
Health Economics (2012) S21, p. 55-65.
With Or Z, Renaud T, Lebreton C.
How well do diagnosis-related groups explain variations in costs or length of stay among patients
and across hospitals? Methods for analysing routine patient data,
Health Economics (2012) S21, p. 6-18.
With Street A, Kobel C, Renaud T.
Malaria and Primary education: a cross-country analysis on primary repetition and completion rates,
Revue d’économie du développement (2010) 5 p. 127-157.
Fever, malaria and primary repetition rates amongst school children in Mali:
Combining demographic and health surveys (DHS) with spatial malariological measures,
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Malaria and primary education in
Mali: A longitudinal study in the village of Donéguébougou,
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With Sissoko M, Toure O, Kamate P, Berthélemy J, Doumbo O.