Publications, et al. below. For the most recent version of my full C.V., please contact me directly at mark[dot]daku[at]tcu[dot]edu


Soroka, Stuart, Mark Daku, Daniel Hiaeshutter-Rice, Joshua Pasek & Lauren Guggenheim. Forthcoming. “Shifting Biases in Economic News, from Traditional to Social Media.”

Daku, Mark & Krzysztof Pelc. 2017. “Who Holds the Most Influence Over WTO Jurisprudence?” International Journal of Economic Law, 20, 233-255.

Moreau, Julie & Mark Daku. 2017. “Much ‘I do’ about nothing? The impact of South Africa’s Civil Union Act on media representations of marriage.” Journal of African Media Studies. 9(1) xx-xx.

Nazif-Muñoz, José Ignacio & Mark Daku. 2016. “Are health systems in Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean reducing traffic fatalities?” Traffic Injury Prevention 17(S1): 178-181.

Craft, Jonathan and Mark Daku. “A Comparative Assessment of Elite Policy Recruits in Canada.” Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis. Published online: 20 Jun 2016. Available online here.

Daku, Mark, Stuart Soroka, and Lori Young. 2015. Lexicoder, version 3.0 (software). Available at: http://www.lexicoder.com/

Hengeveld, Maria & Mark Daku. 2015. “Education as Domination: Girls’ experiences in desegregated White South African schools.” In Educating Adolescent Girls around the Globe: Challenges and Implications, edited by Sandra L. Stacki & Supriya Baily. Routledge: New York.

Heymann, Jody, and Mark Daku. 2014. “A Simple Solution: Ensuring Equitable Access to Sick Leave.” Canadian Medical Association Journal, June 16, 2014. Available online here.

Daku, Mark. 2013. “Political Leadership and HIV/AIDS in South Africa.” In Africa Rising: A Continent’s Future through the Eyes of Emerging Scholars, edited by Erica Shaw and Hayley Mackinnon. CIGI Publications: Waterloo.

Daku, Mark, Andrew Gibbs, and Jody Heymann. 2012. “Representations of MDR and XDR-TB in South African Newspapers.” Social Science & Medicine 75(2): 410-418. Available online here.

Daku, Mark, Amy Raub, and Jody Heymann. 2012. “Maternal Leave Policies and Vaccination Coverage: A Global Analysis.” Social Science & Medicine 74(2): 120-124. Available online here.



Oberth, Gemma & Mark Daku. 2016. “Global Fund tops PEPFAR on engagement of key populations: Survey.” Global Fund Observer, no. 294.

Daku, Mark & Gemma Oberth. 2016. “New report calls for a fully funded Global Fund to achieve results with key populations.” Global Fund Observer, no. 292.

Universalia Management Group (Contributor). 2016. “Evaluation of the 12+ Girls’ Health and Social Asset Building Programme: Evaluation Year 1 Endline Report.” Commissioned by DFID UK.

Daku, Mark. 2016. What the HIV/AIDS epidemic can tell us about how to fight Zika. Monkey Cage Blog, The Washington Post.

Oberth, Gemma, Olive Mumba, Lubna Bayani, & Mark Daku. 2016. Donor Agendas, Community Priorities and the Democracy of International HIV/AIDS Funding. CSSR Working Paper No. 372, March 2016. Centre for Social Science Research, University of Cape Town.

Universalia Management Group (Contributor). 2015. “Evaluation of the 12+ Girls’ Health and Social Asset Building Programme: Evaluation Year 0 Results Report.”

Fouillard, Anne, Chantal Lewis, Mark Daku, and Khady Mgaye. 2014. “Evaluation of the Impact of Food for Assets on Livelihood Resilience in Senegal (2005 – 2010): A Mixed Method Impact Evaluation.” Commissioned by the WFP Office of Evaluation. Available online here.

Universalia Management Group (Contributor). 2013. “Baseline Study and School Intervention Strategy aimed at Addressing the Underachievement of Boys in Jamaica.” Commissioned by the Commonwealth Secretariat.

Daku, Mark. 2013. “Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission Policies: Policy Recommendations.” Prepared for Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada. Available online here.

Universalia Management Group (Contributor). 2012. “Global Evaluation of the Application of the Human Rights-Based Approach to UNICEF Programming.” Commissioned by UNICEF. Available online here.

Universalia Management Group (Contributor). “The World Bank ‘Boys Out of Risk Initiative.’” Commissioned by the World Bank.

Daku, Mark. 2012. “Expats, Enforcement and Driving Under the Influence in Kampala,” Community of Practice Blog, Guardian Africa Network, October 22, 2012. Available online here.

Daku, Mark. 2012. “HIV/AIDS, Swaziland, and the Global Fund,” Africa Portal (Backgrounder no. 36, August 2012). Available online here.

Daku, Mark. 2011. “Tuberculosis and Drug Resistant Tuberculosis in South Africa,” Africa Portal (Backgrounder no. 16, December 2011). Available online here.