et Applications (MSc in Probability Theory) – Université Paris 6 – Diplôme de Statisticien-Economiste (MSc in Economics and Statistics) – ENSAE – Statisticien-Economiste, Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Administration Econo- mique (ENSAE), Diplôme d’Etudes Approfondies “Economie. Ph.D. Economics, Harvard University, «Statisticien Economiste», ENSAE, Paris, DEA, Analyse et Politique Economique, Ecole des Hautes Etudes.
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London School of Economics. She has continued her IFS affiliation after joining City and has been working in parallel at the Center for the Evaluation of Development Policies EdePo on understanding the role of public policies in improving human development.
Public policies she has been studying are mainly related to econommiste internal migration, temporary migration, illegal and legal migration, human smugglingeducation Conditional Cash Transfers in Colombiahealth maternal health and nutrition programmes in Malawi, Health Insurance in Nigeria, infectious diseases and labour market New Deal programmes in the UK.
Home People Alice Mesnard.
Academic outputs 17 Jun Nutrition, information and household behavior: Experimental evidence from Malawi. This paper studies the effects of a randomized intervention in rural Malawi that provided mothers of young infants with information on child nutrition. The intervention improved child nutrition, household food consumption and consequently health.
Etienne LEHMANN | Centre de Recherches en Economie et Droit
We find evidence that labor supply also increased. Nutrition, information, and household behaviour: This paper studies the effects of a randomised intervention in rural Malawi which, over a six-month period, provided mothers of young infants with information on child nutrition without supplying any monetary or in-kind resources.
Reports and comment 01 Dec Migration and the equilibrium prevalence of infectious diseases. This paper models how migration both influences and responds to differences in disease prevalence between cities, regions and countries, and show how the possibility of migration economise from high-prevalence areas affects long-run steady state disease prevalence.
Presentations 09 Oct Household Responses to Information on Child Nutrition: Experimental Evidence from Malawi. Robust inference and policy evaluation” on 9 October Household responses to information on child nutrition: