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Kenneth Leonard Publications

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 41 references in this bibliography folder.

Tumlinson, K, Jaff, D, Stilwell, B, Onyango, DO, and Leonard, KL (2019).
Reforming medical education admission and training in low- and middle-income countries: who gets admitted and why it matters
Human Resources for Health, 17(91).

Flory, JA, Gneezy, U, Leonard, KL, and List, JA (2018).
Gender, age, and competition: A disappearing gap?
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 150:256-276.

Vasilaky, K and Leonard, K (2018).
As Good as the Networks They Keep?: Improving Outcomes through Weak Ties in Rural Uganda
Economic Development and Cultural Change, 66(4):755-792.

Brock, J, Lange, A, and Leonard, K (2016).
Generosity and Prosocial Behavior in Healthcare Provision Evidence from the Laboratory and Field
Journal of Human Resources, 51(1):133-162.

Bawo, L, Leonard, K, and Mohammed, R (2015).
Protocol for the evaluation of a quality‐based pay for performance scheme in Liberia
Implementation Science, 10(9).

Brock, J, Lange, A, and Leonard, K (2015).
Generosity and Prosocial behavior in Health Care Provision: Evidence from the Laboratory and Field
Journal of Human Resources, 51(1):133-162.

Brock, J, Lange, A, and Leonard, K (2015).
Esteem and social information: On determinants of prosocial behavior of clinicians in Tanzania
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 118:85-94.

Leonard, K (2014).
'Active Patients' in Rural African Health Care: Implications for Research and Policy
Health Policy and Planning, 29(1):85-95.

Hanson, J, Essam, T, and Leonard, K (2013).
Listening while Evaluating: Examining the Benefit of an NGO Program using Season Extenders (Greenhouses) in Bosnia-Herzegovina
Journal of Development Effectiveness, 5(1):116-136.

Leonard, K, Serneels, P, and Brock, J (2013).
Intrinsic Motivation
In: Human Resources for Health in Africa: A New Look at the Crisis, ed. by Agnes Soucat and Richard Ml Scheffler, The World Bank.

Leonard, K, Serneels, P, Brock, J, and Masatu, M (2013).
Health Worker Performance
In: Human Resources for Health in Africa: A New Look at the Crisis, The World Bank.

Brown, M, Tondel, F, Essam, T, Thorne, J, Mann, B, Leonard, K, Stabler, B, and Eilerts, G (2012).
Country and regional staple food price indices for improved identification of food security
Global Environmental Change, 22(3):784-794.

Essam, T and Leonard, K (2012).
Commentary: When Information Becomes Useful
In: The Value of Information, ed. by R Laxminarayan and MK Macauley, Springer.

McNamara, P, Ulimwengu, J, and Leonard, K (2012).
Do Health Investments Improve Agricultural Productivity? Lessons from Agricultural Household and Health Research
In: Reshaping Agriculture for Nutrition and Health, ed. by S. Fan and R. Pandya-Lorch, IFPRI.

Lambert, J, Leonard, K, and o (2011).
The Contribution of Traditional Herbal Medicine Practitioners to Kenyan Health Care Delivery Results from Community Health-Seeking Behavior Vignettes and a Traditional Herbal Medicine Practitioner Survey
Miscellaneous publication, HNP discussion paper, The World Bank.

Leonard, K and Masatu, M (2010).
Professionalism and the Know-Do Gap: Exploring Intrinsic Motivation among Health Workers in Tanzania
Health Economics, 19(2):1461-1477.

Leonard, K and Masatu, M (2010).
Using the Hawthorne Effect to Examine the Gap between a Doctor's Best Possible Practice and Actual Performance
Journal of Development Economics, 93(2):226-243.

Gneezy, U, Leonard, K, and List, J (2009).
Gender Differences in Competition: Evidence from a Matrilineal and a Patriarchal Society
Econometrica, 77(5):1637-1664.

Klemick, H, Leonard, K, and Masatu, M (2009).
Defining Access to Health Care: Evidence on the Importance of Quality and Distance in Rural Tanzania.
American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 91(2):347-358.

Leonard, K (2009).
The Cost of Imperfect Agency in Health Care: Evidence from Rural Cameroun.
Journal of Development Economics, 88(2):282-291.

Leonard, K (2009).
African Traditional Healers: Are they as Good at Economics as they are at Medicine?
In: African Ethics: An Anthology of Comparative and Applied Ethics, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, South Africa.

Leonard, K, Adelman, S, and Essam, T (2009).
Idle Chatter or Learning? Evidence of Social Learning about Clinicians and the Health System from Rural Tanzania
Social Science and Medicine, 69:183-190.

Das, J and Leonard, K (2008).
Using Vignettes to Measure the Quality of Health Care
In: Are You Being Served? New Tools for Measuring Service Delivery, ed. by Amin, S and Das, J and Goldstein, M, pp. Chapter 13, The World Bank.

Das, J, Hammer J, and Leonard K (2008).
The Quality of Medical Advice in Low-Income Countries
Journal of Economic Perspectives, 22(2):93-114.

Leonard, KL (2008).
Do faith-based NGOs represent a replicable example for the delivery of public services? An application to health care delivery in developing countries
Faith and Economics, 52:32-59.

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