Margaret McConnell
Margaret McConnell
Associate Professor of Global Health Economics, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
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Getting to the top of mind: How reminders increase saving
D Karlan, M McConnell, S Mullainathan, J Zinman
Management Science 62 (12), 3393-3411, 2016
Detecting spillover effects: Design and analysis of multilevel experiments
B Sinclair, M McConnell, DP Green
American Journal of Political Science 56 (4), 1055-1069, 2012
The 1/d law of giving
JK Goeree, MA McConnell, T Mitchell, T Tromp, L Yariv
American Economic Journal: Microeconomics 2 (1), 183-203, 2010
Difference-in-differences analysis of the association between state same-sex marriage policies and adolescent suicide attempts
J Raifman, E Moscoe, SB Austin, M McConnell
JAMA pediatrics 171 (4), 350-356, 2017
Hey look at me: The effect of giving circles on giving
D Karlan, MA McConnell
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 106, 402-412, 2014
The control of game form recognition in experiments: Understanding dominant strategy failures in a simple two person “guessing” game
E Chou, M McConnell, R Nagel, CR Plott
Experimental Economics 12 (2), 159-179, 2009
No excuses for good behavior: Volunteering and the social environment
S Linardi, MA McConnell
Journal of Public Economics 95 (5-6), 445-454, 2011
Rethinking HIV prevention to prepare for oral PrEP implementation for young African women
CL Celum, S Delany‐Moretlwe, M McConnell, H Van Rooyen, LG Bekker, ...
Journal of the International AIDS Society 18, 20227, 2015
Testing for heterogeneous treatment effects in experimental data: false discovery risks and correction procedures
G Fink, M McConnell, S Vollmer
Journal of Development Effectiveness 6 (1), 44-57, 2014
Heeding the call: The effect of targeted two-round phone banks on voter turnout
MR Michelson, L García Bedolla, MA McConnell
The Journal of Politics 71 (4), 1549-1563, 2009
Direct provision versus facility collection of HIV self-tests among female sex workers in Uganda: a cluster-randomized controlled health systems trial
K Ortblad, D Kibuuka Musoke, T Ngabirano, A Nakitende, J Magoola, ...
PLoS medicine 14 (11), e1002458, 2017
Getting to the top of mind: How reminders increase saving (No. w16205)
D Karlan, M McConnell, S Mullainathan, J Zinman
NBER Working Paper. Cambridge, MA. https://doi. org/10.3386/w16205, 2010
HIV pre‐exposure prophylaxis for adolescent girls and young women in Africa: from efficacy trials to delivery
CL Celum, S Delany‐Moretlwe, JM Baeten, A van der Straten, S Hosek, ...
Journal of the International AIDS Society 22, e25298, 2019
Local canvassing: The efficacy of grassroots voter mobilization
B Sinclair, M McConnell, MR Michelson
Political Communication 30 (1), 42-57, 2013
Can a community health worker administered postnatal checklist increase health-seeking behaviors and knowledge?: evidence from a randomized trial with a private maternity …
M McConnell, A Ettenger, CW Rothschild, F Muigai, J Cohen
BMC pregnancy and childbirth 16 (1), 1-19, 2016
To charge or not to charge: Evidence from a health products experiment in Uganda
G Fischer, D Karlan, M McConnell, P Raffler
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2014
Motivated reasoning and HIV risk? Views on relationships, trust, and risk from young women in Cape Town, South Africa, and implications for oral PrEP
M Hartmann, M McConnell, LG Bekker, C Celum, T Bennie, J Zuma, ...
AIDS and Behavior 22 (11), 3468-3479, 2018
Can cash transfers improve determinants of maternal mortality? Evidence from the household and community programs in Indonesia
D Kusuma, J Cohen, M McConnell, P Berman
Social science & medicine 163, 10-20, 2016
Linking and giving among teenage girls
JK Goeree, MA McConnell, T Mitchell, T Tromp, L Yariv
Unpublished manuscript, California Institute of Technology, 2007
Female sex workers often incorrectly interpret HIV self-test results in Uganda
KF Ortblad, DK Musoke, T Ngabirano, A Nakitende, JE Haberer, ...
Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes (1999) 79 (1), e42, 2018
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