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Adeline Delavande Professor of Economics, University of Essex

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aldela@essex.ac.uk
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Curriculum vitae

Adeline Delavande is a Professor of Economics at University of Essex. Her primary research focuses on understanding how individuals make decisions under uncertainty using elicited subjective expectations, in particular on how best to elicit subjective expectations from survey respondents in both developed and developing countries, and on how to use elicited expectations to make inference on behaviour, with applications related to education, health, family economics, development economics and aging.


Publications

Displaying publications 16 - 30 of 30 in total

  1. Dementia and out-of-pocket spending on health care services

    Adeline Delavande, Michael D. Hurd, Paco Martorell, et al.

    1. Disability
    2. Economics
    3. Health
  2. Monetary costs of dementia in the United States

    Michael D. Hurd, Paco Martorell, Adeline Delavande, et al.

    1. Older People
    2. Economics
    3. Health
  3. The impact of HIV testing on subjective expectations and risky behavior in Malawi

    Adeline Delavande and Hans-Peter Kohler

  4. Candidate preferences and expectations of election outcomes

    Adeline Delavande and Charles F. Manski

  5. Differential survival in Europe and the United States: estimates based on subjective probabilities of survival

    Adeline Delavande and Susann Rohwedder

  6. Marrying up: the role of sex ratio in assortative matching

    Ran Abramitzky, Adeline Delavande, and Luis Vasconcelos

  7. Individuals' uncertainty about future social security benefits and portfolio choice

    Adeline Delavande and Susann Rohwedder

    1. Welfare Benefits
    2. Survey Methodology
  8. Eliciting probabilistic expectations with visual aids in developing countries: how sensitive are answers to variations in elicitation design?

    Adeline Delavande, Xavier Giné, and David McKenzie

  9. Measuring subjective expectations in developing countries: a critical review and new evidence

    Adeline Delavande, Xavier Giné, and David McKenzie

    1. Economics
    2. Survey Methodology
  10. Criminal prosecution and Human Immunodeficiency Virus–related risky behavior

    Adeline Delavande, Dana Goldman, and Neeraj Sood

    1. Law And Legislation
    2. Crime And Justice
    3. Health
    4. Social Behaviour
  11. Probabilistic polling and voting in the 2008 presidential election: evidence from the American Life Panel

    Adeline Delavande and Charles F. Manski

    1. Politics
    2. Elections. Electoral Behaviour
  12. Subjective expectations in the context of HIV/AIDS in Malawi test

    Adeline Delavande and Hans-Peter Kohler

    1. Demography
    2. Health
  13. Eliciting subjective probabilities in internet surveys

    Adeline Delavande and Susann Rohwedder

    1. Welfare Benefits
    2. Survey Methodology
  14. Measuring revisions to subjective expectations

    Adeline Delavande

    1. Childbearing: Fertility
    2. Survey Methodology
  15. Pill, patch, or shot? Subjective expectations and birth control choice

    Adeline Delavande

    1. Economics
    2. Health

Media

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  1. Adeline Delavande to give IFS seminar

  2. Study: Dementia tops cancer, heart disease in cost

  3. Dementia costs in the US will double within 30 years

  4. Dementia study predicts a surge in cost and cases

  5. Cost of dementia tops $157 billion annually in the United States

  6. Dementia care cost is projected to double by 2040

  7. Dementia costs top those for heart disease or cancer, study finds

  8. Cost of dementia tops $157 billion annually in the United States

  9. Cost of dementia tops $157 billion annually in the United States

  10. Voters overrate favorite candidates

  11. People overrate their favourite political candidates

  12. Voters overrate favorite candidates


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