Using field experiments in Zimbabwe I’m evaluating the influence of risk, time and social preferences on risky sexual behaviour, uptake of HIV testing and prevention methods; See more here on the two randomised controlled trials to improve uptake of PrEP and VMMC. This project is being implemented through the Manicaland Centre for Public Health Research.
Do large public investments in health reduce agricultural labour absenteeism? Evidence using administrative data from sugarcane fields in Southern Mozambique. (with Laia Cirera and Elisa Sicuri)
The imapact of universal testing and treatment for HIV on productivity – Evidence from the HPTN 071 (PopART) Trial. (with Julius Ohrnberger, Richard Hayes, Katharina Hauck and the PopART Team).
Morton A, Arulselvan A, Thomas RA, 2018, Allocation Rules for Global Donors., Journal of Health Economics, Vol:58, ISSN:0167-6296, Pages:67-75
Thomas R, Burger R, Hauck K, 2018, Richer, wiser and in better health? The socioeconomic gradient inhypertension prevalence, unawareness and control in South Africa, Social Science & Medicine, Vol:217, ISSN:0277-9536, Pages:18-30
et al., 2017, Differences in health-related quality of life between HIV-positive and HIV-negative people in Zambia and South Africa: a cross-sectional baseline survey of the HPTN 071 (PopART) trial, The Lancet Global Health, Vol:5, ISSN:2214-109X, Pages:e1133-e1141
Morton A, Thomas R., Smith P, 2016, Decision rules for allocation of finances to health systems strengthening, Journal of Health Economics, Vol: 49, Pages: 97-108, ISSN: 0167-6296