Dr Keila Meginnis

  • Lecturer in One Health and Environmental Economics (Health Economics & Health Technology Assessment)
  • Affiliate Researcher (Institute of Biodiversity Animal Health & Comparative Medicine)

telephone: 3533
email: Keila.Meginnis@glasgow.ac.uk

Biography

Keila is an Economist who received her PhD in Economics from the University of Manchester (2018), MSc Economics from the University of Edinburgh (2014) and BS in Economics from the University of Puget Sound (2013). She worked as a research assistant in the Lamberton Lab researching health interventions in Uganda. She then worked at the University of Stirling as a research fellow on The Economics of Marine Plastic pollution. 

 

Research interests

Keila is interested in One Health and Environmental Economics. Keila specialises in Discrete Choice Experiments, but has used a breadth of other economics and econometrics methodologies. She is interested in environmental, One Health, public health and behavioural economics. Her previous research has looked at preferences for reducing marine plastic, health interventions in Uganda, the illegal wildlife trade in Indonesia, traditional markets in China, and exploring strategic bias in discrete choice experiments. 

New Collaborations

Keila is always interested in setting up new collaborations, across the fields of environmental and health economics. Please feel free to contact her to discuss ideas. 

Publications

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Number of items: 7.

2022

Meginnis, K. , Hanley, N. , Mujumbusi, L., Pickering, L. and Lamberton, P. H. L. (2022) Using choice modelling to identify popular and affordable alternative interventions for schistosomiasis in Uganda. Environment and Development Economics, (doi: 10.1017/S1355770X22000079) (Early Online Publication)

Hinsley, A. et al. (2022) Understanding why consumers in China switch between wild, farmed and synthetic bear bile products. Conservation Biology, (doi: 10.1111/cobi.13895) (PMID:35098582) (Early Online Publication)

Meginnis, K. , Domanski, A. and Toledo-Gallegos, V. M. (2022) Is it up to business, governments, or individuals to tackle the marine plastic problem? A hybrid mixed logit approach. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 174, 113169. (doi: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2021.113169) (PMID:34864467)

2021

Meginnis, K. , Burton, M., Chan, R. and Rigby, D. (2021) Strategic bias in discrete choice experiments. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 109, 102163. (doi: 10.1016/j.jeem.2018.08.010)

2020

Trienekens, S. C.M., Faust, C. L. , Meginnis, K. , Pickering, L. , Ericsson, O., Nankasi, A., Moses, A., Tukahebwa, E. M. and Lamberton, P. H.L. (2020) Impacts of host gender on Schistosoma mansoni risk in rural Uganda—a mixed-methods approach. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 14(5), e0008266. (doi: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0008266) (PMID:32401770) (PMCID:PMC7219705)

Meginnis, K. , Hanley, N. , Mujumbusi, L. and Lamberton, P. H.L. (2020) Non-monetary numeraires: varying the payment vehicle in a choice experiment for health interventions in Uganda. Ecological Economics, 170, 106569. (doi: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2019.106569) (PMID:32255923) (PMCID:PMC7015276)

2017

Meginnis, K. and Campbell, D. (2017) Students’ preferences for attributes of postgraduate economics modules: evidence from a multi-profile best-worst scaling survey. International Review of Economics Education, 24, pp. 18-27. (doi: 10.1016/j.iree.2016.11.001)

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Jump to: Articles
Number of items: 7.

Articles

Meginnis, K. , Hanley, N. , Mujumbusi, L., Pickering, L. and Lamberton, P. H. L. (2022) Using choice modelling to identify popular and affordable alternative interventions for schistosomiasis in Uganda. Environment and Development Economics, (doi: 10.1017/S1355770X22000079) (Early Online Publication)

Hinsley, A. et al. (2022) Understanding why consumers in China switch between wild, farmed and synthetic bear bile products. Conservation Biology, (doi: 10.1111/cobi.13895) (PMID:35098582) (Early Online Publication)

Meginnis, K. , Domanski, A. and Toledo-Gallegos, V. M. (2022) Is it up to business, governments, or individuals to tackle the marine plastic problem? A hybrid mixed logit approach. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 174, 113169. (doi: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2021.113169) (PMID:34864467)

Meginnis, K. , Burton, M., Chan, R. and Rigby, D. (2021) Strategic bias in discrete choice experiments. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 109, 102163. (doi: 10.1016/j.jeem.2018.08.010)

Trienekens, S. C.M., Faust, C. L. , Meginnis, K. , Pickering, L. , Ericsson, O., Nankasi, A., Moses, A., Tukahebwa, E. M. and Lamberton, P. H.L. (2020) Impacts of host gender on Schistosoma mansoni risk in rural Uganda—a mixed-methods approach. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 14(5), e0008266. (doi: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0008266) (PMID:32401770) (PMCID:PMC7219705)

Meginnis, K. , Hanley, N. , Mujumbusi, L. and Lamberton, P. H.L. (2020) Non-monetary numeraires: varying the payment vehicle in a choice experiment for health interventions in Uganda. Ecological Economics, 170, 106569. (doi: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2019.106569) (PMID:32255923) (PMCID:PMC7015276)

Meginnis, K. and Campbell, D. (2017) Students’ preferences for attributes of postgraduate economics modules: evidence from a multi-profile best-worst scaling survey. International Review of Economics Education, 24, pp. 18-27. (doi: 10.1016/j.iree.2016.11.001)

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Supervision

  • Duan, Yuejiao
    Economic evaluation of drug-related harm reduction programs

Research datasets

Jump to: 2020
Number of items: 1.

2020

Trienekens, S. , Faust, C. , Meginnis, K., Pickering, L. , Ericsson, O., Nankasi, A., Moses, A., Tukahebwa, E. and Lamberton, P. (2020) Impacts of host gender on Schistosoma mansoni risk in rural Uganda—A mixed methods approach. [Data Collection]

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