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Daniel Bennett is Assistant Professor (Research) of Economics at the Center for Economic and Social Research and Department of Economics, University of Southern California (USC). He is an applied microeconomist who studies economic development and global health. His research examines the impact of information on health behaviour and the operation of healthcare markets. He also studies the interaction between poverty and mental health. Prof. Bennett has led or participated in several randomised field experiments in South Asia. He received his
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Although the prevalence of depression may have adverse economic impacts, especially in developing countries, treatment options in India are limited by a shortage of providers. This article looks at th...
We need effective, affordable medicines to confront the alarming burden of infectious diseases in the developing world. However, many of the drugs for sale in developing countries are of poor quality....