Research

Commentary: Deworming externalities and schooling impacts in Kenya: a comment on Aiken et al. (2015) and Davey et al. (2015)

The case for mass treatment of intestinal helminths in endemic areasPublished PaperAfrican DevelopmentHealthEducation and Human CapitalResearch Methodology2015
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Worms: Identifying Impacts on Education and Health in the Presence of Treatment ExternalitiesPublished PaperAfrican DevelopmentHealthEducation and Human CapitalResearch Methodology2004
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Twenty Year Economic Impacts of DewormingPublished PaperEducation and Human CapitalHealth2021
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Worms at work: Long-run impacts of a child health investmentPublished PaperAfrican DevelopmentHealthEducation and Human CapitalResearch Methodology2016
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Economics of Mass Deworming ProgramsBook ChapterAfrican DevelopmentHealthEducation and Human Capital2017
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Commentary: Assessing long-run deworming impacts on education and economic outcomes: a comment on Jullien, Sinclair and Garner (2016)Published PaperAfrican DevelopmentHealthEducation and Human CapitalResearch Methodology2017
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Does Mass Deworming Affect Child Nutrition? Meta-analysis, Cost-effectiveness, and Statistical PowerWorking PaperHealthEducation and Human CapitalResearch Methodology2016
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The Illusion of SustainabilityPublished PaperAfrican DevelopmentHealthEducation and Human Capital2007
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The scientific case for deworming childrenThomson Reuters Foundation
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Is it worth treating everyone who might get worms?British Broadcasting Corporation
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The author of a contentious study on deworming finally speaks outVox
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What Has Been Learned from the Deworming Replications: A Nonpartisan ViewMacartan Humphreys
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Worm WarsBritish Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
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What are the economic benefits of mass deworming of children?World Economic Forum
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How to debunk a studyThe Economist
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Mass deworming: (Still) a best buy for international developmentVox EU
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Deworming: What’s the deal here?DevEx
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Deworming: An informed debate requires a careful look at the dataInnovations for Poverty Action
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Explainer: Where were you in the #wormwars?The Guardian
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Worming a way to the hard factsBusiness Day Live
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Economic data is not always about numbersGulf News
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Worming our way to the truthTimHarford.com
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Good science gone wrong?The Berkeley Blog
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Can deworming treatments at Kenyan schools cut absenteeism?World Economic Forum
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Half of biomedical research studies don’t stand up to scrutiny – and what we need to do about thatThe Conversation
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Mapping the Worm Wars: What the Public Should Take Away from the Scientific Debate about Mass DewormingCenter for Global Development
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This academic debate about worms has an important lesson for the future of global povertyVox
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Scientists Are Hoarding Data And It’s Ruining Medical ResearchThe Governance Lab @ NYU
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Why you can’t trust journalismFusion
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Scientists Are Hoarding Data And It’s Ruining Medical ResearchBuzzfeed News
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How re-analysing the data of scientific research can change the findingsThe Conversation
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Worm Wars – Vox SentencesVox
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New deworming reanalyses and Cochrane reviewThe GiveWell Blog
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Worm Wars – A Review of the Reanalysis of Miguel and Kremer’s Deworming StudyWorld Bank Development Impact Blog
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Worm wars – The fight tearing apart the global health community, explainedVox
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Evidence for spending millions on deworming schoolchildren is inadequate, report saysThe British Medical Journal
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Replication research promotes open discourse3ie Impact - Evidence Matters
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Study throws doubt on education benefit of deworming childrenYahoo News
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Meta-analyses were supposed to end scientific debates. Often, they only cause more controversyScience
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Why I mostly believe in WormsThe GiveWell Blog
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