Ben Oppenheim
Ben Oppenheim
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Pandemics: risks, impacts, and mitigation
N Madhav, B Oppenheim, M Gallivan, P Mulembakani, E Rubin, N Wolfe
Disease Control Priorities: Improving Health and Reducing Poverty. 3rd …, 2017
Assessing global preparedness for the next pandemic: development and application of an Epidemic Preparedness Index
B Oppenheim, M Gallivan, NK Madhav, N Brown, V Serhiyenko, ND Wolfe, ...
BMJ global health 4 (1), e001157, 2019
Universal health coverage and intersectoral action for health: key messages from Disease Control Priorities
DT Jamison, A Alwan, CN Mock, R Nugent, D Watkins, O Adeyi, S Anand, ...
The Lancet 391 (10125), 1108-1120, 2018
True believers, deserters, and traitors: Who leaves insurgent groups and why
B Oppenheim, A Steele, JF Vargas, M Weintraub
Journal of Conflict Resolution 59 (5), 794-823, 2015
Rumor has it: The adoption of unverified information in conflict zones
KM Greenhill, B Oppenheim
International Studies Quarterly 61 (3), 660-676, 2017
The Contested Corners of Asia: Subnational Conflict and International Development Assistance
T Parks, N Colletta, B Oppenheim
The Asia Foundation, 2013
Financing of international collective action for epidemic and pandemic preparedness
G Yamey, M Schäferhoff, OK Aars, B Bloom, D Carroll, M Chawla, V Dzau, ...
The Lancet Global Health 5 (8), e742-e744, 2017
Anti-Social Capital in Former Members of Non-State Armed Groups: A Case Study of Colombia
E Nussio, B Oppenheim
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 37 (12), 999-1023, 2014
Doctrine and violence: The impact of combatant training on civilian killings
B Oppenheim, M Weintraub
Terrorism and Political Violence, 2016
Neotrusteeship or Mistrusteeship? The" Authority Creep" Dilemma in United Nations Transitional Administration
CE Ford, B Oppenheim
Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 41 (1), 55-105, 2008
Challenges in reported COVID-19 data: best practices and recommendations for future epidemics
R Badker, K Miller, C Pardee, B Oppenheim, N Stephenson, B Ash, ...
BMJ global health 6 (5), e005542, 2021
Knowledge and beliefs about Ebola virus in a conflict-affected area: Early evidence from the North Kivu outbreak
B Oppenheim, N Lidow, P Ayscue, K Saylors, P Mbala, C Kumakamba, ...
Journal of global health 9 (2), 2019
The Cartagena Contribution to Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration
NJ Colletta, BA Oppenheim, M Torre, A Eder, A Salazar, A Angel, ...
Cartagena, Colombia, 2009
Future Landscapes of the Orange Economy: Creative Pathways for Improving Lives in Latin America and the Caribbean
T Finlev, R Maguire, B Oppenheim, S Skvirsky
Inter-American Development Bank, 2017
Citizens by design? Explaining ex-combatant satisfaction with reintegration programming
B Oppenheim, J Söderström
The Journal of Development Studies 54 (1), 133-152, 2018
Infectious disease underreporting is predicted by country-level preparedness, politics, and pathogen severity
AJ Meadows, B Oppenheim, J Guerrero, B Ash, R Badker, CK Lam, ...
Health security 20 (4), 331-338, 2022
Testing Statebuilding’s ‘Missing Link’: Effects of Government Communications in Colombia
E Nussio, M García-Sánchez, B Oppenheim, S Pantoja-Barrios
The Journal of Development Studies 56 (3), 509-526, 2020
Debunking highly prevalent health misinformation using audio dramas delivered by WhatsApp: evidence from a randomised controlled trial in Sierra Leone
M Winters, B Oppenheim, P Sengeh, MB Jalloh, N Webber, SA Pratt, ...
BMJ global health 6 (11), e006954, 2021
Universal health coverage and intersectoral action for health
DT Jamison, A Alwan, CN Mock, R Nugent, DA Watkins, O Adeyi, ...
Disease Control Priorities: Improving Health and Reducing Poverty. 3rd edition, 2017
The Lancet Commission on peaceful societies through health equity and gender equality
V Percival, OT Thoms, B Oppenheim, D Rowlands, C Chisadza, S Fewer, ...
The Lancet 402 (10413), 1661-1722, 2023
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