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Journal Article

Islam, Mir Raihanul, Angell, Blake, Naher, Nahitun, Islam, Bushra Zarin, Khan, Mushtaq, McKee, Martin, Hutchinson, Eleanor, Balabanova, Dina and Ahmed, Syed Masud (2024) 'Who is absent and why? Factors affecting doctor absenteeism in Bangladesh.' PLOS Global Public Health, 4 (4). e0003040.

Binyaruka, Peter, Angell, Blake, McKee, Martin, Andreoni, Antonio, Mamdani, Masuma, Hutchinson, Eleanor and Balabanova, Dina (2023) 'How can we elicit health workers’ preferences for measures to reduce informal payments? A mixed methods approach to developing a discrete choice experiment in Tanzania.' BMJ Open, 13 (7). e068781.

Angell, Blake, Onwujekwe, Obinna, Roy, Pallavi, Nwokolo, Chukwudi, McKee, Martin, Mandeville, Kate, Obodoechi, Divine, Agwu, Prince, Odii, Aloysius, Orjiakor, Charles, Hutchinson, Eleanor and Balabanova, Dina (2023) 'Designing feasible anti-corruption strategies in the Nigerian health system: A latent class analysis of a discrete choice experiment.' World Development, 166 (106208).

Binyaruka, Peter, Andreoni, Antonio, Balabanova, Dina, McKee, Martin, Hutchinson, Eleanor and Angell, Blake (2023) 'Re-aligning Incentives to Address Informal Payments in Tanzania Public Health Facilities: A Discrete Choice Experiment.' International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 12 (1). pp. 1-13. (Forthcoming)

Onwujekwe, Obinna, Agwu, Prince, Roy, Pallavi, Hutchinson, Eleanor, Orjiakor, Charles, McKee, Martin, Odii, Aloysius, Nwokolo, Chukwudi, Khan, Mushtaq, Mayhew, Susannah H. and Balabanova, Dina (2023) 'The Promise of Grassroots Approaches to Solving Absenteeism in Primary Health-Care Facilities in Nigeria: Evidence from a Qualitative Study.' Health Systems and Reform, 9 (1). p. 2199515.

Naher, Nahitun, Balabanova, Dina, McKee, Martin, Khan, Mushtaq, Roy, Pallavi, Ahmed, Syed Masud and Hutchinson, Eleanor (2022) 'Absenteeism among doctors in the Bangladesh health system: What are the structural drivers?' SSM - Qualitative Research in Health, 2. p. 100089.

Odii, Aloysius, Onwujekwe, Obinna, Hutchinson, Eleanor, Agwu, Prince, Orjiakor, Charles Tochukwu, Ogbozor, Pamela, Roy, Pallavi, McKee, Martin and Balabanova, Dina (2022) 'Absenteeism in primary health centres in Nigeria: leveraging power, politics and kinship.' BMJ Global Health, 7 (12). e010542.

Binyaruka, Peter, Balabanova, Dina, McKee, Martin, Hutchinson, Eleanor, Andreoni, Antonio, Ramesh, Mary, Angell, Blake, Kapologwe, Ntuli and Mamdani, Masuma (2021) 'Supply-side factors influencing informal payment for healthcare services in Tanzania.' Health Policy and Planning, 36 (7). pp. 1036-1044.

Khan, Mushtaq, Angell, Blake, Islam, Mir Raihanul, Mandeville, Kate, Naher, Nahitun, Hutchinson, Eleanor, McKee, Martin, Ahmed, Syed Masud and Balabanova, Dina (2021) 'Incentivising doctor attendance in rural Bangladesh: a latent class analysis of a discrete choice experiment.' BMJ Global Health, 6 (7). 006001.

Hutchinson, Eleanor, Naher, Nahitun, Roy, Pallavi, McKee, Martin, Mayhew, Susannah H., Ahmed, Syed Masud and Balabanova, Dina (2020) 'Targeting anticorruption interventions at the frontline: developmental governance in health systems.' BMJ Global Health, 5 (12). 003092.

Monographs and Working Papers

Onwujekwe, Obinna, Agwu, Prince, Odii, Aloysius, Orjiakor, Charles Tochukwu, Hutchinson, Eleanor, Roy, Pallavi, McKee, Martin and Balabanova, Dina (2022) Exploring the nature, enabling factors and solutions to corruption in the procurement of pharmaceuticals in Nigeria tertiary health institutions: a qualitative study. London: SOAS Anti-Corruption Evidence (ACE) Research Consortium, Working Paper no. 42.

Roy, Pallavi, Onwujekwe, Obinna, Odii, Aloysius, Agwu, Prince, Orjiakor, Charles Tochukwu, Ogbozor, Pamela, Hutchinson, Eleanor, McKee, Martin, Obi, Uche, Mbachu, Chinyere and Balabanova, Dina (2019) Exploring health-sector absenteeism and feasible solutions: evidence from the primary healthcare level in Enugu, South East Nigeria. London: SOAS Anti-Corruption Evidence (ACE) Research Consortium, Working Paper no. 14. (Unpublished)

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