Damien de Walque
Damien de Walque is a Senior Economist in the Development Research Group (Human Development and Public Services Team). He received his Ph.D.in Economics from the University of Chicago in 2003. His research interests include health and education and the interactions between them. He is working on evaluating the impact of HIV/AIDS interventions and policies in several African countries. He also develops a research agenda focusing on the analysis of the long-term consequences of mortality crises.
- Should cash transfers be systematically paid to mothers?
- Risk, Sex and Lotteries. Can lotteries be used as incentives to prevent risky behaviors?
- Can incentives lead to sustained impacts? The case of rewarding safe sex.
- From “Power to the People” to “Information is Power”
- Stratified randomization and the FIFA World Cup
- Mettre sa santé en danger
- Risking Your Health
- تعريض صحتك للخطر
- Poner en riesgo su salud
- Public randomization ceremonies
- Transferts monétaires conditionnels au Burkina Faso: Pour quels enfants les conditions sont-elle importantes?
- For Which Children Do Conditions Matter in Conditional Cash Transfers?
- Rewarding safe sex
- Professional Hazard: Migrant Miners Are More Likely to Be Infected with HIV
- HIV/AIDS, the silent war in Africa
- Could easier access to AIDS treatment increase risky sexual behaviors?
- Is male promiscuity the main route of HIV/AIDS transmission in Africa?
- Rivalité fraternelle au Burkina Faso