Department of Economics
University of Zambia
PhD (University of Cape Town (South Africa))
MSc (University of Cape Town (South Africa))
Costing and efficiency of health programs; health program evaluation (malaria, HIV/AIDS, child and maternal health); health and agricultural productivity; health financing in developing countries
Felix Masiye, PhD, MSc, is the Head of the Department of Economics at the University of Zambia and an Affiliate Assistant Professor at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME). Dr. Masiye has extensive knowledge of health systems in sub-Saharan Africa and sits on technical committees in health care financing and monitoring and evaluation at the Ministry of Health in Zambia. Dr. Masiye was also appointed by the UNAIDS Director General to sit on the Economics Reference Group (ERG). For more details see his bio.
Fink G and Masiye F. Assessing the Impact of Scaling up Bed Net Coverage through Agricultural Loan Programs: Evidence from a Cluster-randomized Controlled Trial in Katete, Zambia, Transactions of the Royal Society of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 2012, 106(11): 660-667.
Lim SS, Fullman N, Stokes A, Ravishankar N, Masiye F, Murray CJL, Gakidou E. Net Benefits: A Multicountry Analysis of Observational Data Examining Associations between Insecticide-Treated Mosquito Nets and Health Outcomes, PLOS Medicine 2011; 8 (9): e1001091.
Masiye F, Chitah BM, McIntyre D. From targeted exemptions to user fee abolition: experience from rural Zambia. Social Science & Medicine 2010, 71(4): 743-750.