Teaching

Current Courses

EC452 Applying Behavioural Economics for Social Impact: Design, Delivery, Evaluation and Policy, London School of Economics  

 

Previous Courses

2010-2014 Managing Global Health: Applying Behavioral Economics to Create Impact, MBA course, Harvard University

2009-2015 Econ 2041/HBS 4430: Field Experiments, Ph.D. course, Harvard University

2007-2015 Performance Management for Effective Management of Nonprofit Organizations; Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management; Changing the Game; Global Negotiator; New Path; Breakthrough Insights, Executive Education, Harvard Business School

2005-2009 Negotiations, First-year MBA, Harvard Business School

2005 Econ 3030HF: Psychology and Economics in the Field, Harvard Business School

 

Course Materials

Managing Global Health: Applying Behavioral Economics to Create Impact

Ashraf, Nava. “Managing Global Health: Applying Behavioral Economics to Create Impact.” Harvard Business School Course Overview Note 914–031, March 2014. (Course Overview Note for Instructors.)

Ashraf, Nava. “Managing Global Health: Applying Behavioral Economics to Create Impact.” Harvard Business School Course Overview Note 914–025, February 2014. (Revised April 2014.) (Course Overview Note for Students. Request a courtesy copy.)

Setting Price Effectively

Ashraf, Nava, and Kristin Johnson. “Setting Price Effectively.” Harvard Business School Background Note 914–037, March 2014. (Request a courtesy copy.)

Uptake of Malaria Rapid Diagnostic Tests

Ashraf, Nava, Natalie Kindred, and Richard Sedlmayr. “Uptake of Malaria Rapid Diagnostic Tests.” Harvard Business School Case 911–007, January 2011. (Revised April 2014.) (Request a courtesy copy.)

Ashraf, Nava, Andrew Boozary, and Kristin Johnson. “Uptake of Rapid Diagnostic Tests: A Development Challenge.” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 914–042, March 2014.

Roll Back Malaria and BCG: The Change Initiative

Ashraf, Nava, Rachel Gordon, and Catherine Ross. “Roll Back Malaria and BCG: The Change Initiative.” Harvard Business School Case 910–023, March 2010. (Revised March 2014.) (Request a courtesy copy.)

Ashraf, Nava, and Natalie Kindred. “Roll Back Malaria and BCG: The Change Initiative.” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 914–041, March 2014.

Evaluating Microsavings Programs: Green Bank of the Philippines

Ashraf, Nava, Dean Karlan, Wesley Yin, and Marc Shotland. “Evaluating Microsavings Programs: Green Bank of the Philippines (A).”Harvard Business School Case 909–062, June 2009. (Revised February 2014.) (Request a courtesy copy.)

Ashraf, Nava, Dean Karlan, Wesley Yin, and Marc Shotland. “Evaluating Microsavings Programs: Green Bank of the Philippines (B).”Harvard Business School Supplement 914–002, February 2014.

Ashraf, Nava, Dean Karlan, Wesley Yin, and Marc Shotland. “Evaluating Microsavings Programs: Green Bank of the Philippines (C).” Harvard Business School Supplement 914–003, February 2014.

Ashraf, Nava, and Kristin Johnson. “Evaluating Microsavings Programs: Green Bank of the Philippines (A), (B) and (C).” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 914–022, January 2014.

Community Health Workers in Zambia: Incentive Design and Management

Ashraf, Nava, and Natalie Kindred. “Community Health Workers in Zambia: Incentive Design and Management.” Harvard Business School Case 910–030, March 2010. (Revised February 2014.) (Request a courtesy copy.)

Ashraf, Nava, and Kristin Johnson. “Community Health Workers in Zambia: Incentive Design and Management.” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 914–024, February 2014.

Ashraf, Nava, and Kristin Johnson. “Incentives at the Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee (BRAC).” Harvard Business School Background Note 914–036, February 2014. (Revised April 2014.) (Request a courtesy copy.)

Impacting Global Health

Ashraf, Nava. “Impacting Global Health.” Harvard Business School Class Lecture 912–702, December 2011.

Deworming Kenya: Translating Research into Action

Ashraf, Nava, Neil Buddy Shah, and Rachel Gordon. “Deworming Kenya: Translating Research into Action (A).” Harvard Business School Case 910–001, March 2010. (Revised April 2010.) (Request a courtesy copy.)

Ashraf, Nava, Neil Buddy Shah, and Rachel Gordon. “Deworming Kenya: Translating Research into Action (B).” Harvard Business School Supplement 910–027, March 2010.

Ashraf, Nava, Neil Buddy Shah, Rachel Gordon, and Elena Moroz. “Deworming Kenya: Translating Research into Action (A) and (B).” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 910–002, June 2010. (Revised March 2014.)

Oral Rehydration Therapy

Ashraf, Nava, and Claire Qureshi. “Oral Rehydration Therapy.” Harvard Business School Case 911–035, December 2010. (Request a courtesy copy.)

Ashraf, Nava, and Natalie Kindred. “Oral Rehydration Therapy.” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 914–038, March 2014.

PSI: Social Marketing Clean Water

Rangan, V. Kasturi, Nava Ashraf, and Marie Bell. “PSI: Social Marketing Clean Water.” Harvard Business School Case 507–052, January 2007. (Revised December 2007.) (Request a courtesy copy.)

 

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