Timothy Powell-Jackson

Timothy Powell-Jackson is an Associate Professor in Health Economics at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. He has 12 years of research experience working in low- and middle-income countries, applying empirical methods to better understand how health systems function and how they can improve. Much of his work involves the evaluation of policies that seek to increase demand for and the supply of healthcare. His work on topics ranging from user fee removal and financial incentives to management practices and the private sector have been published in high impact medical journals as well as leading health and development economics journals.

Content by Timothy Powell-Jackson
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    For the public good? Regulation, management, and the performance of private healthcare providers in Tanzania

    Not only does the health sector account for a significant proportion of the economy in most countries, it helps to build human capital by preventing death and disability. In many low- and middle-income countries (LMIC), the private healthcare sector comprises a major and growing source of treatment. Their rapid growth reflects a confluence of factors including inadequate...

    18 Jan 2019 | Timothy Powell-Jackson , Catherine Goodman, Matthew Quaife, Christina Makungu