David I. Levine is a Professor of Business Administration at the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley. His work examines how industrialization has affected children in newly industrializing nations, particularly Indonesia. He has also conducted evaluations in Cambodia, Ghana, Kenya, and Senegal, exploring the impacts of programs promoting micro-health insurance, hunger alleviation, safe water, and solar ovens.
- User Preferences for Point-of-Use Water Treatment in Kenya
- The Health and Economic Impact of a Government Health Insurance Program in Cambodia
- Solar Ovens and the Impact on Solid Fuel Use, Health, and the Environment in Senegal
- Courting Safe Behaviors: Testing Courtyard-based Safe Water and Hygiene Interventions in Urban Bangladesh