Sustainability Science Program

Documents

Clean Water, Human Health and Sustainable Development

Documents

Key Documents:

Ahuja, Amrita, Michael Kremer, and Alix Peterson Zwane. 2010. Providing safe water: Evidence from randomized evaluations. Annual Review of Resource Economics 2: 237-256.

Kremer, Michael, Jessica Leino, Edward Miguel, and Alix Peterson Zwane. 2011. Spring cleaning: Rural water impacts, valuation, and institutions. Quarterly Journal of Economics. 126 (1): 145-205.

Zwane, Alix Peterson, Jonathan Zinman, Eric Van Dusen, William Pariente, Clair Null, Edward Miguel, Michael Kremer, Dean S. Karlan, Richard Hornbeck, Xavier Giné, Esther Duflo, Florencia Devoto, Bruno Crepon, and Abhijit Banerjee. 2011. Being surveyed can change later behavior and related parameter estimates, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (5): 1821–1826.

Ashraf, Nava, James Berry, and Jesse M. Shapiro. 2010. Can higher prices stimulate product use? Evidence from a field experiment in Zambia, American Economic Review 100(5): 2383–2413.

Other Documents:

Cravioto, Alejando (Chair), Claudio Lanata, Daniele Lantagne, and G. Balakrish Nair. 2011. Report of the Independent Panel of Experts on the Cholera Outbreak in Haiti. Submitted to UN Secretary General, NY: UN.

Lantagne, Daniele. 2011. Household Water Treatment and Safe Storage in Emergencies. Dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Faculty of Infectious and Tropical Disease, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK.

Lantagne, D., K. Preston, E. Blanton, N. Kotlarz, H. Gezagehn, E. van Dusen, J. Berens, K. Jellison. 2011. Hypochlorite solution expiry and stability in household water treatment in developing countries. Journal of Environmental Engineering 137(2): 131-6.

Lantagne, Daniele. 2010. Comment on "An observational study on the effectiveness of point-of-use chlorination." Journal of Environmental Health 72(2):38-9.

Lantagne, Daniele, Fred Cardinali, and Ben C. Blount. 2010. Disinfection by-product formation and mitigation strategies in point-of-use chlorination with sodium dichloroisocyanurate in Tanzania. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 83(1):135-43.

Lantagne, Daniele, Molly Klarman, Ally Mayer, Kelsey Preston, Julie Napotnik, and Kristen Jellison. 2010. Effect of production variables on microbiological removal in locally-produced ceramic filters for household water treatment. International Journal of Environmental Health Research 20(3), 171-87.

Preston K., D. Lantagne, N. Kotlarz, K. Jellison. 2010. Turbidity and chlorine demand reduction using alum and moringa flocculation before household chlorination in developing countries. Journal of Water and Health 8(1): 60-70.

Kremer, Michael. 2009. Scaling up distribution of water treatment technologies in developing countries. Workshop report, December 12, 2009. Harvard Kennedy School.

Kremer, Michael, Jessica Leino, Edward Miguel, and Alix Peterson Zwane. Aug 2009. Spring cleaning: Rural water impacts, valuation, and institutions. Working paper, Economics Department, Harvard University.

Zwane, Alix Peterson, Michael Kremer, and Robyn Meeks. 2009. Water and Human Well-being: An Executive Session on Grand Challenges of the Sustainability Transition. Report of the San Servolo Roundtable. CID Working Paper No. 188. Center for International Development at Harvard University, November 2009.

Kremer, Michael and Alaka Holla. 2008. Pricing and access: Lessons from randomized evaluation in education and health. Working paper, Economics Department, Harvard University.

Leino, Jessica. 2008. Community and private sector approaches to development in Kenya. Dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Arts and Sciences, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA.

Zwane, Alix Peterson and Michael Kremer. 2007. What works in fighting diarrheal diseases in developing countries? A critical review. The World Bank Research Observer 22(1):1-24.

Zwane, Alix Peterson and Michael Kremer. 2007. What works in fighting diarrheal diseases in developing countries? A critical review. CID Working Paper No. 140. Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

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