Jenny Liu is a health economist focusing on population health in developing countries, with a particular emphasis on the delivery and utilization of maternal, neonatal, child, and adolescent health (MNCAH) services within mixed health systems. Through a variety of methodological approaches – field experiments, randomized control trials, mixed-methods, secondary data analysis – she has designed and conducted evaluations of programs and interventions using innovative approaches to foster behavior change, conducted a variety of analyses on health labor markets and health services delivery models, and investigated population-level determinants of MNCAH through natural experiment designs. Her current research projects include delivering MNCAH services via community-based providers in Nigeria and Mali, assessing the adoption and market introduction of new reproductive health commodities in Nigeria, developing a program to return young mothers to school in Tanzania, and understanding the impact of exposure to political unrest on adolescent and youth development in Egypt.
University of California, San Francisco
Articles by Jenny Liu
31 May 2017 | research article