Assistant Professor (Research) of Economics, Center for Economic and Social Research and Department of Economics, University of Southern California
Daniel Bennett is an applied microeconomist at the University of Southern California who studies economic development and global health. His research examines the impact of information on health behavior and the operation of health care markets. He also studies the interaction between poverty and mental health. Dr. Bennett has led or participated in several randomized field experiments in South Asia. He received his Ph.D. in 2008 from Brown University and served on the faculty of the University of Chicago for eight years before joining USC.
Recent work by Daniel Bennett
The entry of a new pharmacy chain in India led existing companies to both cut prices and raise drug quality
A novel hygiene education programme uses microscopes to improve hygiene in Pakistan, but traditional medical beliefs may hamper its effectiveness