Associate Professor in Health Economics, University College London
Aurelia Lepine is Associate Professor in Health Economics at University College London (UCL) in the Institute for Global Health and a UKRI Future Leaders Fellow.
Her research is on the health behaviours of vulnerable women in low-income countries and encompass several areas of global health (HIV/AIDS, nutrition, family planning and mental health). In her research, she uses quasi-experimental designs, lab-in-the field experiments and randomised controlled trials to estimate the behavioural response to health policies and to identify the factors of health and well-being among vulnerable groups in low-income countries.
Recent work by Aurelia Lepine
Fertility and polygyny in rural Burkina Faso
Women have a stronger preference for contraceptive vouchers than their spouses in monogamous households, but a weaker preference in polygynous ones