James P Habyarimana


Provost's Distinguished Associate Professor


McCourt School of Public Policy
In the news

In the news

  • “Kenya piloted a low-cost scheme that placed stickers in the country’s ubiquitous matatus, or minibuses, urging passengers to speak up against reckless driving. Vehicles that were offered the stickers saw a 50% reduction in total accidents compared with a control group,” James Habyarimana, associate professor at Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy, and William Jack, associate professor of economics, on car safety policy in Kenya. Letters: On car safety February 15, 2014, The Economist