Ph.D., Public Policy and Economics, University of Michigan
B.A., Government and Biology, Dartmouth College
HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis policy
McLaren, Z. 2019. Coping with Intra-Household Job Separation in South Africa’s Labor Market. Economic Development and Cultural Change, 67(4): 757-798.
Bailey, M., O. Malkova and Z. McLaren. 2019. Does Family Planning Increase Children’s Economic Resources? Evidence from the War on Poverty and the Early Years of Title X. Journal of Human Resources, 54(4): 825-856.
Burger, R, and Z. McLaren. 2017. An econometric method for estimating population parameters from non‐random samples: An application to clinical case finding. Health Economics, 26 (9), 1110-1122.
McLaren, Z, A. Sharp, J. Zhou, S. Wasserman and A. Nanoo. 2016. Assessing Healthcare Quality Using Routine Data: Evaluating the Performance of the National Tuberculosis Programme in South Africa. Tropical Medicine and International Health 22 (2), 171-179.
McLaren, Z, A. Milliken, A. Meyer and A. Sharp. 2016. Does Directly Observed Therapy Improve Tuberculosis Treatment? More Evidence Is Needed To Guide Tuberculosis Policy. BMC Infectious Diseases 16:537.
McLaren, Z. Equity in the national rollout of public AIDS treatment in South Africa 2004-08. 2014. Health Policy and Planning 30(9), 1162-1172.
Levinsohn, J., Z. McLaren, O. Shisana and K. Zuma. 2013. HIV Status and Labor Market Participation in South Africa. Review of Economics and Statistics, March, 95(1): 98-108.