Professor of Development Economics, University of East Anglia
Ben D'Exelle is a professor in development economics at the University of East Anglia. The research themes he has pursued and publish on include: rural investment behaviour, gender, reproductive health, social networks and resource sharing, among others. He has conducted most of my fieldwork in Uganda, Tanzania, Burkina Faso and Nicaragua. Most of his research can be located in the fields of behavioral and experimental economics and impact evaluation in low-income countries.
He teaches micro-economics, econometrics and applied methods in impact evaluation at the post-graduate level and he co-directs the MSc Impact Evaluation for International Development. He is also affiliated to the Center for Behavioral and Experimental Social Sciences (CBESS). He is a member of the Behavioural and Experimental Development Economics research group at UEA.
Recent work by Ben D'Exelle
Women have a stronger preference for contraceptive vouchers than their spouses in monogamous households, but a weaker preference in polygynous ones
Why do we still see low use of contraceptives in Tanzania? The answer might be found within the household