Timothy Powell-Jackson MSc, PhD
- Development assistance (aid) for health
- Impact evaluation
- Economic consequences of illness
- Organisation of health systems
- Demand-and supply-side incentives in health
- Health care financing
- Dzakpasu Susie, Powell-Jackson Timothy, and Campbell Oona MR (2013) Impact of user fees on maternal health service utilization and related health outcomes: a systematic review. Health Policy Plan.
- Hoque Mohammad E, Powell-Jackson Timothy, Dasgupta Sushil K, Chowdhury Mahbub E, and Koblinsky Marge (2012) Costs of maternal health-related complications in Bangladesh. J Health Popul Nutr, 30(2):205-12.
Tim Powell-Jackson is a health economist with ten years of experience working on health issues in low income countries. Tim developed an interest in health economics whilst working at the Ministry of Health, Rwanda on a two-year placement with the Overseas Development Institute Fellowship Scheme. He then joined the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in 2006, where he completed his PhD, and the Health Economic Research Centre in late 2011. Tim has a keen interest in studying the effects of demand- and supply-side financial incentives in health, the economic consequences of ill health and equity in health financing. He developed methods for tracking external aid to maternal, newborn and child health, which are used by the Countdown to 2015 initiative. He has country experience in Rwanda, Nepal, Bangladesh, Lao PDR, Pakistan, and India.
- A study of the health effects of one of the world’s largest demand-side financial incentive programmes – India’s Janani Suraksha Yojana
- Who benefits from removing user fees for health
care? Evidence from a randomised experiment in Ghana.