- R. Rahman, A. Lesser, L. Mboera, and R. Kramer, “Cost of Microbial Larviciding for Malaria Control in Rural Tanzania,” Tropical Medicine & International Health, 21: 1468-1475, 2016.
- D. Kim, Z. Brown, R. Anderson, C. Mutero, M.L. Miranda, J. Wiener, and R. Kramer, “The Value of Information in Decision-Analytic Modeling for Malaria Vector Control in East Africa,” Risk Analysis, 37: 231-244, 2016.
- C.J. Paul, R.A. Kramer, A. Lesser, C.M. Mutero, M.L. Miranda, and K. Dickinson, “Identifying Barriers in the Malaria Control Policymaking Process in East Africa: Insights from Stakeholders and a Structured Literature Review,” BMC Public Health, 15: 862- 870, 2015.
- C. Mutero, R. Kramer, C. Paul, A. Lesser, M. Miranda, L. Mboera, R. Kiptui, N. Kabatereine, B. Ameneshewa. “Factors influencing malaria control policy-making in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania.” Malaria Journal, 13:305, 2014.
- C.M. Mutero, D Schlodder, N. Kabatereine, and R. Kramer, “Integrated vector management for malaria control in Uganda: knowledge, perceptions and policy development.,” Malaria Journal,11:21, 2012.
- D. Kim, K. Fedak, and R. Kramer. “Reduction of malaria prevalence by indoor residual spraying: A meta-regression analysis.”, American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, vol 87:1: 117-124, 2012.
- R.A. Kramer, K.L. Dickinson, R.M. Anderson, V.G. Fowler, M.L. Miranda, C.M. Mutero, K. A. Saterson, and J.B. Wiener, “Using decision analysis to improve malaria control policy making.,” Health Policy, 92: 133-40, 2009.
- Stakeholder Development and Use of the Malaria Decision Analysis and Support Tool (MDAST).
- The value of information in decision-analytic modeling for malaria control in East Africa.
- Applying a stakeholder-driven malaria decision support tool in Tanzania.
Other relevant publications by team members:
- R.A, Simmons, L. Mboera, M. Miranda, A. Morris, G. Stresman, E. Turner, R. Kramer, C. Drakeley, W.P. O’Meara, “A Longitudinal Cohort Study of Malaria Exposure and Changing Serostatus in a Malaria Endemic Area of Rural Tanzania,” Malaria Journal, 16: 309, 2017.
- Z.S. Brown and R.A. Kramer, “Preference Heterogeneity in the Structural Estimation of Efficient Pigovian Incentives for Insecticide Spraying to Reduce Malaria,” Environmental and Resource Economics, 1-22, 2017.
- Z.S. Brown, R.A. Kramer, D. Ocan, and C. Oryema, “Household Perceptions and Subjective Valuations of Indoor Residual Spraying Programs to Control Malaria in Northern Uganda,” Infectious Diseases of Poverty, 5: 100-113, 2016.
- R.A. Kramer and A. Lesser, “Sustaining the Gains Made in Malaria Control and Elimination,” Infectious Diseases of Poverty, 4: 26-28, 2015.
- R.A. Kramer, L.E.G. Mboera, K. Senkoro, A. Lesser, E.H. Shayo, C.J. Paul, and M.L. Miranda, “A Randomized Longitudinal Factorial Design to Assess Malaria Vector Control and Disease Management Interventions in Rural Tanzania,” Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, 11: 5317-5332, 2014.
- X.N. Zhou, R. Kramer, and W.Z. Yang, editors, Malaria Control and Elimination Program in the People’s Republic of China, Advances in Parasitology, 86:1-360,2014.
- Z. Brown, K. Dickinson, and R. Kramer. “Insecticide Resistance and Malaria Vector Control: The Importance of Fitness Cost Mechanisms in Determining Economically Optimal Control Trajectories,” Journal of Economic Entomology 106: 366-374, 2013.
- Mboera, L.E.G., Mazigo, H.D., Rumisha, S.F., and Kramer, R.A., “Towards malaria elimination and its implication for vector control, disease management, and livelihoods in Tanzania.” Malaria World Journal, 4:19, 2013.
- Dickinson KL, Randell HF, Kramer RA, Shayo EH, “Socio-economic status and malaria-related outcomes in Mvomero District, Tanzania.” Global Public Health, 1–16, 2011
- H.F. Randell, K.L. Dickinson, E.H. Shayo, L.E.G. Mboera, and R.A. Kramer, “Environmental Management for Malaria Control: Knowledge and Practices in Mvomero, Tanzania.,” EcoHealth, 1–10, 2010,