Elisa M. Maffioli

University of Michigan at Ann Arbor - Department of Health Management and Policy

109 Observatory

Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2029

United States

University of Michigan

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

6

DOWNLOADS

675

SSRN CITATIONS

3

CROSSREF CITATIONS

2

Scholarly Papers (6)

1.

The Political Economy of Health Epidemics: Evidence from the Ebola Outbreak

Number of pages: 67 Posted: 30 May 2019 Last Revised: 16 Feb 2021
Elisa M. Maffioli and Elisa M. Maffioli
University of MichiganUniversity of Michigan at Ann Arbor - Department of Health Management and Policy
Downloads 262 (149,939)
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Health epidemics; political economy; misallocation; Ebola virus

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Profile of a Conspiracy Theorist: The Role of Government Trust and Technology on Misinformation during an Epidemic

Number of pages: 32 Posted: 28 Oct 2020
Robert M Gonzalez, Elisa M. Maffioli and Elisa M. Maffioli
Georgia Institute of Technology - School of Economics and University of MichiganUniversity of Michigan at Ann Arbor - Department of Health Management and Policy
Downloads 144 (258,322)

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Misinformation, Epidemic, Ebola Virus Disease, Trust, Cell Phone Coverage, Machine Learning

Are Behavioral Change Interventions Needed to Make Cash Transfer Programs Work for Children? Experimental Evidence from Myanmar

Number of pages: 55 Posted: 21 May 2020 Last Revised: 03 Dec 2021
Erica Field, Elisa M. Maffioli and Elisa M. Maffioli
Duke University, Fuqua School of Business-Economics Group and University of MichiganUniversity of Michigan at Ann Arbor - Department of Health Management and Policy
Downloads 117 (301,874)
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Nutrition, Cash Transfers, Social and Behavior Change Communication

Are Behavioral Change Interventions Needed to Make Cash Transfer Programs Work for Children? Experimental Evidence from Myanmar

Number of pages: 53 Posted: 08 Feb 2021 Last Revised: 18 Nov 2021
Erica Field, Elisa M. Maffioli and Elisa M. Maffioli
Duke University, Fuqua School of Business-Economics Group and University of MichiganUniversity of Michigan at Ann Arbor - Department of Health Management and Policy
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Can Individuals’ Beliefs Help Us Understand Non-Adherence to Malaria Test Results? Evidence from Rural Kenya

Economic Research Initiatives at Duke (ERID) Working Paper No. 243
Number of pages: 35 Posted: 07 Feb 2017 Last Revised: 11 Dec 2019
Elisa M. Maffioli, Elisa M. Maffioli, Wendy O'Meara, Elizabeth Turner and Manoj Mohanan
University of MichiganUniversity of Michigan at Ann Arbor - Department of Health Management and Policy, Duke University, Duke University - Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics and Duke University - Sanford School of Public Policy
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Malaria, Diagnostic Test, Beliefs, Expectation, Adherence

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Is the Phone Mightier than the Virus? Cell Phone Access and Epidemic Containment Efforts

Number of pages: 54 Posted: 31 Mar 2020
Robert M Gonzalez, Elisa M. Maffioli and Elisa M. Maffioli
Georgia Institute of Technology - School of Economics and University of MichiganUniversity of Michigan at Ann Arbor - Department of Health Management and Policy
Downloads 62 (440,708)
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Ebola Virus Disease, Mobile Phones, Technology, Information, Care

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Consumer Immobility Predicts both Macroeconomic Contractions and Household Poverty during COVID-19

IFPRI Discussion Paper 2002 (2021)
Number of pages: 17 Posted: 22 Feb 2021
Derek Headey, Ame Cho, Isabel Lambrecht, Elisa M. Maffioli, Elisa M. Maffioli and Russell Toth
CGIAR - Poverty, Health and Nutrition Division, IFPRI’s Development Strategy and Governance Division, based in Yangon, Myanmar, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), University of MichiganUniversity of Michigan at Ann Arbor - Department of Health Management and Policy and School of Economics, University of Sydney
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Myanmar, Burma, Southeast Asia, Asia, Coronavirus, coronavirus disease, Coronavirinae, COVID-19, gross national product, poverty, economic growth, consumption, indicators, households, urban areas, rural areas, consumers