Published

Antiretroviral Drug Access and Behavior Change, Journal of Development Economics (2018)

        Citation: Friedman, Willa Helterline. "Antiretroviral Drug Access and Behavior Change." Journal of Development Economics 135 (2018): 392-411.

Corruption and Averting AIDS Deaths, World Development (2018)

        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), AER Papers and Proceedings (2017)  

         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), JAIDS (2016)

         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 72, no. Suppl 4 (2016): S293. 

Education as Liberation? (with Michael Kremer, Edward Miguel, and Rebecca Thornton), Economica (2015)

        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.

Working Papers
Money, Masculinity, and Men’s Health: Experimental Evidence on Demand for a Preventive Health Input (with Nicholas Wilson) 

What Happens to Babies Born During Health-worker Strikes? (with Anthony Keats) (draft available upon request)

Institutional Births and Early Child Health: Evidence from Ghana's Free Delivery Policy (with Anthony Keats) (draft available upon request)

Local Economic Conditions and Participation in the Rwandan Genocide