Working Papers

Antiretroviral Drug Access and Behavior Change (revise and resubmit, Journal of Development Economics)

Local Economic Conditions and Participation in the Rwandan Genocide (revise and resubmit, Economic Development and Cultural Change)

Money, Masculinity, and Men’s Health: Experimental Evidence on Demand for a Preventive Health Input (with Nicholas Wilson) (draft available upon request)

What Can We Learn From Babies Born During Healthworker Strikers (with Anthony Keats) (draft available upon request)

Published and Forthcoming

        Citation: Friedman, Willa H. "Corruption and Averting AIDS Deaths." World Development 110 (2018): 13-25.

“The Importance of Information Targeting for School Choice," (with Kehinde Ajayi and Adrienne Lucas)  

         Citation: Ajayi, Kehinde F., Willa H. Friedman, and Adrienne M. Lucas. "The Importance of Information Targeting for School Choice." American          Economic Review Papers and Proceedings 107.5 (2017): 638-643.

Advertising for Demand Creation for Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision” (with Sasha Frade, Dino Rech, and Nicholas Wilson)

         Citation: Wilson, Nicholas, Sasha Frade, Dino Rech, and Willa Friedman. “Advertising for demand creation for voluntary medical male                          circumcision.” Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes (1999) 72, no. Suppl 4 (2016): S293. 

Education as Liberation? (with Michael Kremer, Edward Miguel, and Rebecca Thornton)

        Citation: Friedman, Willa, Michael Kremer, Edward Miguel, and Rebecca Thornton. 2015. “Education as Liberation?” Economica, 83(329): 1-30,         10.1111/ecca.12168. 

        Citation: Friedman, Willa, Benjamin Woodman, and Minki Chatterji. “Can mobile phone messages to drug sellers improve treatment of                       childhood diarrhoea?—A randomized controlled trial in Ghana.” Health policy and planning 30. (2015): i82-i92.

Book Chapter

        Citation: Friedman, Willa. “The Economics of Genocide in Rwanda.” Economic Aspects of Genocides, Other Mass Atrocities, and Their                          Prevention (2016): 339.