My research is fundamentally interdisciplinary in nature. Recent projects include delineating effects of intrinsic religiosity on risky health behaviors; effects of self-assessed health on risk preference; effect of health on political preference; financial sustainability of health facilities in developing countries; memory consumption and economic behaviors. I use qualitative and quantitative methods to analyze the interaction between individuals' life-style choices and health care systems.
- Religion and Risky Health Behaviors among U.S. Adolescents and Adults Fletcher, Jason; & Kumar, Sanjeev. (2014). Religion and Risky Health Behaviors among U.S. Adolescents and Adults. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 104, 123-140.
- Offshoring and Trade Balance in Developed and Emerging Economies Kumar, S. (2013), Offshoring and Trade Balance in Developed and Emerging Economies. Review of Development Economics, 17: 342–351. doi: 10.1111/rode.12035
- Mobile Health Approaches to Non-Communicable Diseases in Rwanda “Mobile Health Approaches to Non-Communicable Diseases in Rwanda,” Rwanda Journal Series F: Medicine and Health Sciences Vol. 2 No. 1, 2015, with Brenda Asiimwe-Kateera; MD MPH Jeanine Condo; MD PhD, Albert Ndagijimana; MPH, Sanjeev Kumar; MA PhD, Madeleine Mukeshimana; MSN, Eric Gaju; MSc, Andrew Muhire; MSc, Marie Aimee Muhimpundu; MD MPH, Mi Ja Kim; PhD RN, Ann Kurth; PhD CNM RN