Elisa M. Maffioli

University of Michigan

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

109 Observatory

Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2029

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

6

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1,016

SSRN CITATIONS

7

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 313 (180,821)
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Health epidemics; political economy; misallocation; Ebola virus

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Are socio-demographic and economic characteristics good predictors of misinformation during an epidemic?

Number of pages: 13 Posted: 28 Oct 2020 Last Revised: 15 Aug 2022
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 251 (226,655)

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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 190 (293,733)
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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

NBER Working Paper No. w28443
Number of pages: 53 Posted: 08 Feb 2021 Last Revised: 20 Mar 2023
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 13 (1,063,043)

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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
Downloads 116 (440,011)
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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 106 (470,121)
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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
Downloads 27 (887,765)

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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