B.A.: 1989 Swarthmore CollegePh.D: 1997 University of California at Berkeley
Brock, J. M, Lange, A and Leonard K.L. “Esteem and social information: On determinants of prosocial behavior of clinicians in Tanzania,” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 118: 85-94 2015
Leonard, K.L. “`Active Patients' in Rural African Health Care: Implications for Research and Policy,” Health Policy and Planning 29 (1): 85-95 2014
Leonard, K.L. and M.C. Masatu, “Using the Hawthorne Effect to examine the gap between a doctors best possible practice and actual practice,” Journal of Development Economics. 93 (2): 226-243 2010
Leonard, K.L. and M.C. Masatu, “Professionalism and the Know-Do Gap: Exploring Intrinsic Motivation among Health Workers in Tanzania,” Health Economics 19 (12): 1461-1477 2010.
Klemick, H., Leonard, K.L., and M.C. Masatu, “Defining Access to Health Care: Evidence on the Importance of Quality and Distance in Rural Tanzania,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 91(2): 347-358. 2009
Gneezy, U., Leonard, K.L. and J. List., “Gender Differences in Competition: Evidence from a Matrilineal and a Patriarchal Society,” Econometrica. 77(5) 1637-1664. 2009
Leonard K.L., Adelman, S. and Essam T. “Idle Chatter or Learning? Evidence of social learning about clinicians and the health system from Rural Tanzania,” Social Science and Medicine. 69: 183-190 2009
Leonard K.L "The Cost of Imperfect Agency in Health Care: Evidence from Rural Cameroun," Journal of Development Economics, 88 (2) 2009
Das, J., J. Hammer and Leonard, K.L., “The Quality of Medical Advice in Low Income Countries,” Journal of Economic Perspectives, 22 (2) 2008.
Leonard, K.L., “Is Patient Satisfaction Sensitive to Changes in the Quality of Care? An Exploitation of the Hawthorne Effect” Journal of Health Economics, 27 (2) 2008.