Jeffrey S Hammer
Jeffrey S Hammer
Charles and Marie Robertson Visiting Professor in Economic Development, Princeton University
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Missing in action: teacher and health worker absence in developing countries
N Chaudhury, J Hammer, M Kremer, K Muralidharan, FH Rogers
Journal of Economic perspectives 20 (1), 91-116, 2006
Teacher absence in India: A snapshot
M Kremer, N Chaudhury, FH Rogers, K Muralidharan, J Hammer
Journal of the European Economic Association 3 (2-3), 658-667, 2005
The quality of medical advice in low-income countries
J Das, J Hammer, K Leonard
Journal of Economic perspectives 22 (2), 93-114, 2008
Weak links in the chain: a diagnosis of health policy in poor countries
D Filmer, JS Hammer, LH Pritchett
The World Bank Research Observer 15 (2), 199-224, 2000
Money for nothing: the dire straits of medical practice in Delhi, India
J Das, J Hammer
Journal of Development Economics 83 (1), 1-36, 2007
Ghost doctors: absenteeism in rural Bangladeshi health facilities
N Chaudhury, JS Hammer
The World Bank Economic Review 18 (3), 423-441, 2004
The economical control of infectious diseases
M Gersovitz, JS Hammer
The Economic Journal 114 (492), 1-27, 2004
World development report 2004: Making services work for poor people
J Ahmad, S Commins, S Devarajan, D Filmer, J Hammer, L Pritchett, ...
World Bank Group, 2003
Health policy in poor countries: weak links in the chain
D Filmer, JS Hammer, L Pritchett
World Bank Publications, 1998
Modeling agricultural growth multipliers
S Haggblade, J Hammer, P Hazell
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 73 (2), 361-374, 1991
Which doctor? Combining vignettes and item response to measure clinical competence
J Das, J Hammer
Journal of Development Economics 78 (2), 348-383, 2005
Quality of primary care in low-income countries: facts and economics
J Das, J Hammer
Annu. Rev. Econ. 6 (1), 525-553, 2014
The impact of recall periods on reported morbidity and health seeking behavior
J Das, J Hammer, C Sánchez-Paramo
Journal of Development Economics 98 (1), 76-88, 2012
Why are teachers absent? Probing service delivery in Peruvian primary schools
L Alcázar, FH Rogers, N Chaudhury, J Hammer, M Kremer, ...
International Journal of Educational Research 45 (3), 117-136, 2006
Village sanitation and child health: Effects and external validity in a randomized field experiment in rural India
J Hammer, D Spears
Journal of health economics 48, 135-148, 2016
Location, Location, Location: Residence, Wealth, And The Quality Of Medical Care In Delhi, India: Quality of care varied by neighborhood but not necessarily by patients' income …
J Das, J Hammer
Health Affairs 26 (Suppl2), w338-w351, 2007
Infectious diseases, public policy, and the marriage of economics and epidemiology
M Gersovitz, JS Hammer
The world bank research observer 18 (2), 129-157, 2003
Weak links in the chain II: a prescription for health policy in poor countries
D Filmer, JS Hammer, LH Pritchett
The World Bank Research Observer 17 (1), 47-66, 2002
It's all about MeE: Using Structured Experiential Learning ('e') to crawl the design space
L Pritchett, S Samji, JS Hammer
Center for Global Development working paper, 2013
Strategies for pricing publicly provided health services
P Gertler, JS Hammer
World Bank Publications, 1997
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