Josh Graff Zivin is a Professor of Economics at UC San Diego. His research spans three fields of economics: health, the environment, and international development, and focuses on how uncertainty and heterogeneity affect both individual and societal decision-making. Graff Zivin has studied the economic impacts of the AIDS crisis in Africa, behavioral responses to poor air quality, and the role of institutions, social networks, and financial incentives in the production of new scientific knowledge.
Paper archives for Josh Graff Zivin are available here.
- Antiretroviral Treatment and Household Tasks in Kenya
- Adult Antiretroviral Treatment and Children's Welfare in Kenya
- The Economic Impact of Antiretroviral Treatment on Labor Supply in Kenya
- Evaluating the Efficacy of Mobile Phone Messaging in Improving ART Adherence in Kenya
- The Effects of Nurse Absenteeism on Health Outcomes for Pregnant Women with HIV