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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Papers Under Review/In Preparation

Orgill-Meyer, J., Pattanayak, S., Chindarkar, C., Dickinson, K., Panda, U., Rai, S., Sahoo, B., Singha, A., & Jeuland, M. Sustaining Sanitation: The Long-Term Impacts of a Community-Led Total Sanitation Campaign. Under review.

Orgill-Meyer, J., Kaczan, D. The impact of climate change on migration: A synthesis of recent empirical insights. Under review.

Orgill-Meyer, J., Pattanayak, S. Improved Sanitation Increases Long-Term Cognitive Test Scores. Under review.

Ongoing Projects

  • Agricultural impacts of improved water reliability (Jordan)
  • Joint impacts of household and school latrines on educational attainment (India)
  • Heterogeneous benefits of improved cooking technologies (India)