Isaac Osei-Akoto
Isaac Osei-Akoto
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Agricultural decisions after relaxing credit and risk constraints
D Karlan, R Osei, I Osei-Akoto, C Udry
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 129 (2), 597-652, 2014
The effect of Ghana’s National Health Insurance Scheme on health care utilisation
NJ Blanchet, G Fink, I Osei-Akoto
Ghana medical journal 46 (2), 76-84, 2012
Cost recovery in Ghana: are there any changes in health care seeking behaviour?
WK Asenso-Okyere, A Anum, I Osei-Akoto, A Adukonu
Health policy and planning 13 (2), 181-188, 1998
Willingness to pay for health insurance in a developing economy. A pilot study of the informal sector of Ghana using contingent valuation
WK Asenso-Okyere, I Osei-Akoto, A Anum, EN Appiah
Health policy 42 (3), 223-237, 1997
Agricultural decisions after relaxing credit and risk constraints
D Karlan, RD Osei, I Osei-Akoto, C Udry
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2012
Livelihood empowerment against poverty program impact evaluation
S Handa, M Park, RO Darko, I Osei-Akoto, B Davis, S Daidone
Chapel Hill: Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina, 2013
Poor mental health in Ghana: who is at risk?
H Sipsma, A Ofori-Atta, M Canavan, I Osei-Akoto, C Udry, EH Bradley
BMC public health 13, 1-9, 2013
Ghana’s National Health insurance scheme and maternal and child health: a mixed methods study
K Singh, I Osei-Akoto, F Otchere, S Sodzi-Tettey, C Barrington, C Huang, ...
BMC health services research 15, 1-13, 2015
Factors influencing householders' access to improved water in low-income urban areas of Accra, Ghana
AM Mahama, KA Anaman, I Osei-Akoto
Journal of water and health 12 (2), 318-331, 2014
Parental involvement and academic performance in Ghana
G Chowa, D Ansong, I Osei-Akoto
Psychological distress in Ghana: associations with employment and lost productivity
ME Canavan, HL Sipsma, A Adhvaryu, A Ofori-Atta, H Jack, C Udry, ...
International Journal of Mental Health Systems 7, 1-9, 2013
Tertiary education and industrial development in Ghana
S Bawakyillenuo, IO Akoto, C Ahiadeke, EBD Aryeetey, EK Agbe
Policy Brief 33012, 1-13, 2013
A school meals program implemented at scale in Ghana increases height-for-age during midchildhood in girls and in children from poor households: a cluster randomized trial
A Gelli, E Aurino, G Folson, D Arhinful, C Adamba, I Osei-Akoto, E Masset, ...
The Journal of nutrition 149 (8), 1434-1442, 2019
Food for Thought?: Experimental Evidence on the Learning Impacts of a Large-Scale School Feeding Program
E Aurino, A Gelli, C Adamba, I Osei-Akoto, H Alderman
Journal of Human Resources 58 (1), 74-111, 2023
Demand for voluntary health insurance by the poor in developing countries: Evidence from rural Ghana
I Osei-Akoto
CEA 37th Annual Meetings, Ottawa: Carleton University 29, 2003
The behaviour towards malaria care—a multinomial logit approach
WK Asenso-Okyere, JA Dzator, I Osel-akoto
Social Indicators Research 39, 167-186, 1996
Financial knowledge and attitudes of youth in Ghana
GAN Chowa, MR Despard, I Osei-Akoto
The behaviour of health workers in an era of cost sharing: Ghana's drug cash and carry system
WK Asenso‐Okyere, I Osei‐Akoto, A Anum, A Adukonu
Tropical Medicine & International Health 4 (8), 586-593, 1999
Heterogeneous impacts of an unconditional cashtransfer programme on schooling: Evidence from the Ghana LEAP Programme
R De Groot, S Handa, M Park, RO Darko, I Osei-Akoto, G Bhalla, ...
United Nations, 2015
Effects of youth savings accounts on school attendance and academic performance: evidence from a youth savings experiment
D Ansong, G Chowa, R Masa, M Despard, M Sherraden, S Wu, ...
Journal of Family and Economic Issues 40, 269-281, 2019
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