James P Habyarimana
Provost's Distinguished Associate Professor
McCourt School of Public Policy
- James Habyarimana, Macartan Humphreys, Dan Posner and Jeremy Weinstein. Coethnicity: Diversity and the Dilemmas of Collective Action. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2009.
Articles in journals
- S Sinharoy, E Crossett, L Mfura, K Cox, Z Clemence, W Jack, K Grepin, W. Schmidt, B Ngabo, J. Condo, J. Habyarimana, T Clasen. "Child diarrhoea and nutritional status in rural Rwanda: a cross-sectional study to explore contributing environmental and demographic factors." Tropical Medicine and International Health 21.8 (2016): 956-964.
- James Habyarimana and William Jack. "Results of a large-scale randomized behavior change intervention on road safety in Kenya." Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 112.34 (2015).
- James Habyarimana, Jishnu Das, Stefan Dercon, Pramila Krishnan, Karthik Muralidharan and Venkatesh Sundararaman. "When Can School Inputs Improve Test Scores: Evidence from India and Zambia." American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 5.2 (2013).
- James Habyarimana, Josh Graf-Zivin, Markus Goldstein, Cristian Pop-Eleches, Harsha Thirumurthy. "The Impact of Health Worker Absence and Clinic Protocols on Health Outcomes: Evidence from Western Kenya." American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 5.2 (2013).
- James Habyarimana, Cristian Pop-Eleches, Harsha Thirumurthy, John Sidle, David Bangsberg, N. Siripong, C. Vreeman, A. Siika. "Differences between self-reported and electronically monitored adherence among patients receiving antiretroviral therapy in Kenya." AIDS 26.18 (2012).
- D. Bangsberg, D. Ngare, John Sidle, D. de Walque, J. Haberer, L. Mackeen, M. Goldstein, J. Graff-Zivin, C. Pop-Eleches, H. Thirumurthy and J. Habyarimana. "Mobile Phone Technologies Improve Adherence to Antiretroviral Treatment in Resource-Limited Settings: A Randomized Controlled Trial of Text Message Reminders." AIDS (2011).
- James Habyarimana and William Jack. "Heckle and Chide: Results of a randomized road safety intervention in Kenya." Journal of Public Economics (2011).
- R. Lester, P. Ritvo, E. J. Mills, A. Kariri, S. Karanja, M. H. Chung, W. Jack, R. Nguti, J.Habyarimana, C. Marra, B. Estambale, E. Ngugi, T. Ball, L.Thabane, L. Gelmon, J. Kimani, M. Ackers, F. Plumm. "Effects of Cell Phone Short-Message Service (SMS) on Antiretroviral Treatment (ART) Adherence in Kenya: A Randomized Trial." The Lancet (2010).
- James Habyarimana, Bekezela Mbakile and Cristian Pop-Eleches. "HIV/AIDS, ARV Treatment and Worker Absenteeism: Evidence from a large African Firm." Journal of Human Resources 45.4 (2010).
- James Habyarimana, Macartan Humphreys, Dan Posner and Jeremy Weinstein. "Better Institutions, Not Partition." Foreign Affairs (2008).
- George Clarke, Alan Gelb, James Habyarimana, David Kaplan and Vijaya Ramachandran. "Why isn’t South Africa Growing? Evidence from a microeconomic survey." Journal of International Development (2008).
- James Habyarimana, Macartan Humphreys, Dan Posner and Jeremy Weinstein. "Why Does Ethnic Diversity Undermine Public Goods Provision? An Experimental Approach." American Political Science Review 101.04 (2007): 709-725.
- Jishnu Das, Stefan Dercon, James Habyarimana and Pramila Krishnan. "Teacher Shocks and Student Learning: Evidence from Zambia." Journal of Human Resources 42.4 (2007).
- Karen Cook, Margaret Levi and Russell Hardin, ed. Who Can We Trust? How Groups, Networks, and Institutions Make Trust Possible. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2009.