Publications (*indicates equal contributions)
Orgill-Meyer J. (2020). Interaction of Village Latrine Coverage and School Latrines on Educational Outcomes in India. Forthcoming at Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development.
Orgill-Meyer, J., Pattanayak, S. (2020). Improved Sanitation Increases Long-Term Cognitive Test Scores. World Development, 132. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2020.104975
Kaczan, D.*, Orgill-Meyer, J*. (2019). The impact of climate change on migration: A synthesis of recent empirical insights. Climatic Change, 158:281-300. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10584-019-02560-0
Orgill-Meyer, J., Pattanayak, S., Chindarkar, N., Dickinson, K., Panda, U., Rai, S., Sahoo, B., Singha, A., Jeuland, M. (2019). Long-term impact of a community-led sanitation campaign in India, 2005-2016. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 97: 523-533A. http://dx.doi.org/10.2471/BLT.18.221572
Orgill-Meyer, J., Jeuland, M., Albert, J., & Cutler, N. (2018). Comparing Contingent Valuation and Averting Expenditure Estimates of the Costs of Irregular Water Supply. Ecological Economics, 146: 250-264. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2017.10.016
Jeuland, M., Orgill, J., Shaheed, A., Revell, G., & Brown, J. (2016). A matter of good taste: investigating preferences for in-house water treatment in peri-urban communities in Cambodia. Environment and Development Economics, 21(03), 291–317. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1355770X15000248
Shaheed, A., Orgill, J., Montgomery, M. A., Jeuland, A., & Brown, J. (2014). Why “improved” water sources are not always safe. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 92, 283–289. https://doi.org/10.2471/BLT.13.119594
Shaheed, A., Orgill, J., Ratana, C., Montgomery, M. A., Jeuland, M. A., & Brown, J. (2014). Water quality risks of ‘improved’ water sources: evidence from Cambodia. Tropical Medicine & International Health, 19(2), 186–194. https://doi.org/10.1111/tmi.12229
Orgill, J., Shaheed, A., Brown, J., & Jeuland, M. (2013). Water quality perceptions and willingness to pay for clean water in peri-urban Cambodian communities. Journal of Water and Health, 11(3), 489–506. https://doi.org/10.2166/wh.2013.212
Papers Under Review/In Preparation
Sheahan, K, Orgill-Meyer, J., Paul J., Weinberger M., Curtis S., Speizer I., Bennett A. Development of Facility-Level Integration Indexes to Determine the Extent Family Planning and Child Immunization Services Integration in Health Facilities in Urban Areas of Nigeria. Under review.
Sheahan K, Speizer I, Orgill-Meyer J, Curtis S, Weinberger M, Paul J, Bennett A. Impact of the Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative and Health Facility Characteristics on the Integration of Family Planning and Child Immunization Services in Health Facilities in Urban Areas of Nigeria. Under review.
Krisnapriya, P.P, Orgill-Meyer J, Pattanayak S, Jeuland M. Gendered demand for modern cook-stoves and the environmental health complementarities. In preparation.
Morgan S, Jeuland M, Orgill-Meyer J. Valuing Water Quality with Adaptation: Evidence from a natural experiment in Jordan. In preparation.
- Household and agricultural impacts of improved water reliability (Jordan)
- Heterogeneous benefits of improved cooking technologies (India)
- Family planning and child immunization integration impacts (Nigeria)
- Economic costs of environmental health hazards (Nepal)
- Economic costs to farmers of DAPL pipeline (Illinois)
- Elite cues and policy-relevant information (Mexico)