See my Google Scholar page here.

Some recent publications on WASH economics are:

1. Qualitative study identifying SanQoL attributesRoss, I., Cumming, O., Dreibelbis, R., Adriano, Z., Nala, R., Greco, G., 2021. How does sanitation influence people’s quality of life? Qualitative research in low-income areas of Maputo, Mozambique. Soc. Sci. Med. 272, 113709

2. Cost-benefit study of CLTS in Ethiopia: Cha, S., Jung, S., Bizuneh, D.B., Abera, T., Doh, Y.A., Seong, J., Ross, I., 2020. Benefits and costs of a community-led total sanitation intervention in rural Ethiopia—A trial-based ex post economic evaluation. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 17, 1–21. 

3. Equity in WASH funding and financing: Ross, I., Franceys, R., 2018. First a basic service for all – reducing WASH inequalities through more equitable funding and financing strategies, in: Cumming, O., Slaymaker, T. (Eds.), Equality in Water and Sanitation Services. Routledge