Jason Kerwin is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Applied Economics at the University of Minnesota. Jason received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Michigan, where he was also an Economic Demography Trainee at Michigan’s Population Studies Center. Jason is a health and labor economist who uses randomized experiments to gain insights into how people in the developing world make decisions, and the implications of their decisionmaking behavior for economic and public health policy. His completed papers include a re-evaluation the role of risk compensation in HIV epidemics, and a study of how the temporal composition of income affects people’s ability to achieve their savings goals. In ongoing work, he is studying the effects of an early childhood literacy program on educational outcomes and on the way people make investments in education. A copy of Jason’s CV can be found here, and his personal website is located here.


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  2. Mom says:

    Thank you. I feel much better now. Love, Mom

  3. tamandac says:

    Any copy available on your Prevalence and Correlates of Oral Sex in Malawi paper?

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