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Papers by IHDS Users


Mukherjee, T., I. Mukhopadhyay, and S. Bhattacharya. 2023. “Intergenerational Co-residence and Women’s Employment in Urban India”, The Indian Journal of Labour Economics, 1-21. Link.
Mukhopadhyay, S. 2023. “Revisiting Women’s Empowerment as an Agriculture–Nutrition Pathway Using the Framework of Intersectionality”, In Achieving Zero Hunger in India: Challenges and Policies, pp. 261-286. Springer. Link.
Gurung, R., C. Tirkey, K.K. Takri, N. Diyali, M. Choubey, and R. Rai. 2023. “Determinants of Access to Improved Drinking Water and Sanitation in India: Evidence from India Human Development Survey-II (IHDS)”, Water Policy, wp2023083. Link.
Duggal, K. 2023. “The Relationship between Child Marriage and Female Educational Attainment in India”, Warwick-Monash Economics Student Papers No. 2023/57. September. Link.
Kumar, D. and Y. Chengyu. 2023. “Role of Banks in Promoting Risky Financial Assets”, Economic & Political Weekly, 58(41). October 14. Link.
Biswal, D. and C.S. Bahinipati. 2023. “Crop-insurance Adoption and Impact on Farm Households’ Well-Being in India: Evidence from a Panel Study”, Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, 1-20. Link.

Narayanan, S., K. Naraparaju, and N. Gerber. 2023. “An Assessment of India's Multiple National Social Protection Schemes in Improving Nutrition and Health”, Food Security, 1-15. Link.

Nandwani, B. and P. Roychowdhury. 2023. “Rural Roads Infrastructure and Women Empowerment in India", GLO Discussion Paper No. 1320.  Global Labor Organization. Link.
Rawat, S. 2023. “Inequality of Opportunity in Changing Access to Employment in India: A Panel Study”, The Indian Journal of Labour Economics, 1-26. August 31. Link.
Ranganathan, T., and A. Mendonca. 2023. “Does Being Educated More Than the Spouse Give Women Higher Autonomy? Findings from India”, The Indian Journal of Labour Economics, 1-21. August 29. Link
Tandel, V., A. Dutta, S. Gandhi, and A. Narayanan. 2023). “Women’s Right to Property and the Child Quantity-Quality Trade-off: Evidence from India”, Journal of Population Economics, 1-37. August 29. Link. 

Khari, P. and R. Jain. 2023. “Dynamics of Consumption Expenditure and Poverty Statistics in a Rural-Urban Context: Insights from IHDS Panel Data Analysis”, VEETHIKA-An International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, Vol. 9, Issue 2, April-June, Link.

Ghirnikar, T. 2023. “Understanding the Impacts of Environmental, Economic, and Policy Factors on Developing Economies”, Dissertation submitted to the Department of Economics, University of Oklahoma. Link.
Das, P.K., B. Ganguli, S. Marjit, and S.S. Roy. 2023. “Finance, Growth and Inequality: Does Source of Finance  Matter?”, Research SquareLink.
Anil, D.S., D. Pakrashi, and S. Saha. 2023. “The Gendered Effect of Co-residence on Health. Reconciling Labour and Autonomy Responses”, Preprint. Link.
Basu, R., P. Roy, and S. Roy. 2023. “Inheritance of Educational Attainment: Instance of Caste Certificate in India”, In T. Banerjee Chatterjee, Arpita Ghose, and Poulomi Roy (eds.), Risks and Resilience of Emerging Economies: Essays in Honour of Professor Ajitava Raychaudhuri, pp. 313-329, Springer. Link.

Mishra, U.S., H. Mallick, and B. Padhi. 2023. “An Inquiry into Households’ Confidence Levels in Various Institutions in India: A Temporal Assessment from the IHDS”, Review of Development and Change, Vol. 28, Issue 1. Link.

Jaffrelot, C. 2023. “Indian Muslims: Varieties of Discriminations and What Affirmative Action Can Do”, In Handbook on Economics of Discrimination and Affirmative Action, pp. 1-22. Springer. Link.

Sahasranaman, A. and N. Kumar. 2023. “Distributional Dynamics of Income in Indian States: Inequality, Redistribution and Poverty Transitions”, Economic & Political Weekly, Vol. 58, Issue No. 25-26, Link.

Bhattacharjee, A. and J.D.  Dubey. 2023. “Can Employment Empower Women in Rural India?”, Economic Papers: A Journal of Applied Economics and Policy. Link.

Alvi, M.F. 2023. “Caste, Religion and the Labor Force Participation of Women: Evidence from India”, Review of Social Economy, 1-28. Link.

Bhan, T. and A. Patel. 2023. “Migration and Health: Exploring the Effect of Destinations on the Health Outcomes among Rural-Urban Migrants in India”, Social Science & Medicine, Vol. 331, August, 116079. Link.

Maitra, P. and N. Menon. Forthcoming. “Excess Weight in India: Gender Differentials, Location Patterns and Health Consequences”, in Pallavi Choudhuri, Sonalde Desai, and Amaresh Dubey (eds.), India’s Social and Economic Transformation in the 21st Century, pp. 75-94. Routledge India. Link.

Paul, S. Forthcoming. “Do Income and Income Inequality Have Any Impact on Morbidity? Evidence from the India Human Development Survey”, in India’s Social and Economic Transformation in the 21st Century, pp. 55-74. Routledge India. Link.

Pande, S. and A. Dubey. Forthcoming. “Private Schooling in India: Changes in Learning and Achievement Experience”, in India’s Social and Economic Transformation in the 21st Century, pp. 126-166. Routledge India.  Link.

Choudhuri, P., S. Desai, and A. Dubey (eds.). Forthcoming. India’s Social and Economic Transformation in the 21st Century. Routledge India. Link.

Panda, S. 2023. “Public trust in government doctors and hospitals in India”, International Journal of Social Economics. May 23. Link.

Pinilla‐Roncancio, M., J.L. Amaya‐Lara, G. Cedeño‐Ocampo, P. Rodríguez‐Lesmes, and C. Sepúlveda, C. 2023. “Catastrophic health‐care payments and multidimensional poverty: Are they related?”, Health Economics, 2023: 1-21. Link

Kulkarni, V., V. Kulkarni, K. Imai and R. Gaiha. Forthcoming. “Changes in Subjective Well-Being in India”, Social Indicators Research.  Link.

Acharya, R.H. and A.C. Sadath. 2023. “Who Bears the Burden of Rising Prices of Petroleum Products Due to Taxes in India?”, Economic & Political Weekly, 58(16). Link.

Lahiri, Bidisha, and Richard Daramola. "Effects of credit and labor constraints on microenterprises and the unintended impact of changes in household endowments: Use of threshold estimation to detect heterogeneity." The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance 88 (2023): 21-38. Link.

Mandal, R., B. Goswami, M. Sarma, and H.K. Nath. 2023. “Extreme Weather Events and Food Insecurity in Northeast India”, in S. Anand, M. Das, R. Bhattacharya, and R.B. Singh (eds.), Sustainable Development Goals in Northeast India: Challenges and Achievements, Springer, pp. 101-126. Link.

Ahuja, A. and A. Mehta. 2023. “How Does Growth Affect Everyday Corruption? Exit, Empowerment and Voice in Indian Public Services”, Heidelberg Papers in South Asian and Comparative Politics, 81(2023). Link.

Dhakad, M. and N. Saikia. 2023. “The Impact of Adult Death on Household Consumption, Expenditure, and Income in India: Evidence from a Nationally Representative Longitudinal Survey”, in M. Dhakad and N. Saikia (eds.), Adult Mortality in India: Trends, Socio-economic Disparities and Consequences, Springer, pp. 95-108. Link.

Jha J, Kelley EJ. Returns to Relationships: Social Capital and Household Welfare in India. Social Sciences. 2023; 12(3):184. Link.

Chatterjee, P. and A. Dubey. 2023. “The Role of Women’s Empowerment on Child Nutrition in India: A Longitudinal Analysis”, Environment, Development and Sustainability (2023), DOI:
Kumar, D., B. Pratap, and A. Aggarwal. 2023. “Children’s Early Foundational Skills and Education Continuation in India: Heterogeneous Analysis by Caste, Gender and Location”, World Development Perspectives, Volume 30, June. Link.

Agte, P. and A. Bernhardt. 2023. “The Economics of Caste Norms: Purity, Status, and Women’s Work in India”, Working Paper. Link.

George, M.S., T. Niyosenga, and I. Mohanty. 2023. “Does the Presence of Health Insurance and Health Facilities Improve Access to Healthcare for Major Morbidities Among Indigenous Communities and Older Widows in India? Evidence from India Human Development Surveys I and II”, PLoS One, 18(2): e0281539. Link.

Tyagi, Malvika, Deepak Kumar, and M.A. Hussain. 2023. “STEMming the Dowry Tradition: Empowering Girls in India”, Available at SSRN 4385778. Link.
Azam, M. 2023. “Health Effects of Fuel Transitions in India: Evidence from Panel Data”, IZA Institute of Labour Economics Discussion Paper Series No. 15852Link.

Hassan, Mofidul and M.P. Bezbaruah. 2023. “Income Inequality: A Cross-states and Cross-community Analysis”, Economic and Political Weekly, 58(10), March 11, Link.

Borkar, A.R. and R.V. Vikhar. 2023. “Understanding the Inter-Caste Marriage Story in India”, Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research, 10(3):c29-c34. Link.

George, M.S., T. Niyosenga, and I. Mohanty. 2023. “Does the Presence of Health Insurance and Health Facilities Improve Access to Healthcare for Major Morbidities Among Indigenous Communities and Older Widows in India? Evidence from India Human Development Surveys I and II”, PLoS One, 18(2): e0281539. Link.

Tyagi, Malvika, Deepak Kumar, and M.A. Hussain. 2023. “STEMming the Dowry Tradition: Empowering Girls in India”, Available at SSRN 4385778. Link.

Azam, M. 2023. “Health Effects of Fuel Transitions in India: Evidence from Panel Data”, IZA Institute of Labour Economics Discussion Paper Series No. 15852. Link.

Chatterjee, P. and A. Dubey. 2023. “The Role of Women’s Empowerment on Child Nutrition in India: A Longitudinal Analysis”, Environment, Development and Sustainability (2023), DOI: Link.

Kumar, D., B. Pratap, and A. Aggarwal. 2023. “Children’s Early Foundational Skills and Education Continuation in India: Heterogeneous Analysis by Caste, Gender and Location”, World Development Perspectives, Volume 30, June. Link.

Agte, P. and A. Bernhardt. 2023. “The Economics of Caste Norms: Purity, Status, and Women’s Work in India”, Working Paper. Link.

Nupur, Shreya and Meghna Dutta. 2023. “Perceived Economic Well-being among Rural Indian Households: Investigating the Role of Remittances”, Economic and Political Weekly, LVIII(9), March 4. Link. 

Natarajan, Rajesh Raj, Simone Schotte, and Kunal Sen. 2023. “Moving up or down the Job Ladder in India: Examining Informality-Formality Transitions”, in Gary S. Fields, T.H. Gindling, Kunal Sen, Michael Danquah, and Simone Schotte (eds.), The Job Ladder: Transforming Informal Work and Livelihoods in Developing Countries. UK: Oxford University Press. Link.

Sangwan, Navjot. and Luca Tasciotti. Forthcoming. “Time to Remit: The Effect of Remittances on Household Consumption and Dietary Diversity in India”, IZA Journal of Development and MigrationLink.
Sedai, Ashish Kumar. 2023. “Bank Presence and Household Well-being: Evidence from India”, Preprint, DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.33378.61122. Link.

Vikram, K. 2023. “Timing and Frequency of Fathers’ Migration and Nutritional Status of Left-Behind Children in India: A Life Course Approach”, Population Research and Policy Review, 42(1). Link.
———. 2023. “Modern Marriage in a Traditional Society: The Influence of College Education on Marriage in India”, Journal of Family Issues, 0(0).
George, M.S., T. Niyosenga, and I. Mohanty. 2023. “Does the presence of health insurance and health facilities improve access to healthcare for major morbidities among Indigenous communities and older widows in India? Evidence from India Human Development Surveys I and II”, PLoS One, 18(2). Link.
Sarkhel, S. 2023. “Gender Gap and Socio-cultural Influences: A Study on the Indian Labour Market”, in Dominic Savio, Samrat Roy, and Saswati Chaudhuri (eds), Transforming our World Together towards Sustainable Development. UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Link.
Bahure, V. 2023. “Essays in Development Economics”, Thèse de doctorat, Univ. Genèv, DOI: 10.13097/archive-ouverte/unige:166215. Link

Kumar, P., D.R. Mawkhlieng, D. Sinha, and M. Alagarajan. 2023. “Back to Basics: The Role of Living Arrangement on Self-Reported Morbidity Among Older Adults in India”, Ageing International. Link.



Azad, P. and M. Refeque. 2022. “Wage Returns to English Language and Technical Skills in India: An Inter-Occupational Disparity”, Research Square.  DOI: Link.

Santhya, K.G., S. Banerjee, B.K. Panda, A.J.F. Zavier, A. Hazra, and S. Rampal. 2022. “Role of Debt in Overseas Labour Migration in India”, Technical Report, New Delhi: Population Council. Link.

Luke, N., K. Munshi, S. Singh, and A.M. Oommen. 2022. “Economic Development, Undernutrition and Diabetes”, Working Paper. Link.
Unnikrishnan, V. and S. Dey. 2022. “Political Meddling in Social Assistance Programme: Panel Data Evidence from India”, Journal of International DevelopmentLink.
Godbharle, S., A. Jeyakumar, and H. Kesa. 2022. “Socio-demographic and Economic Determinants of Household Expenditure on Eating out in India – Evidence from India Human Development Survey (IHDS) II”, Nutrition and Health, Link.
Pinilla-Roncancio, M., J.L. Amaya-Lara, G. Cedeño-Ocampo, P. Rodríguez-Lesmes, and C. Sepúlveda. 2022. “The Links between Catastrophic Health Expenditures and Poverty: An Instrumental Variable Analysis in India”, Documentos de Trabajo 020597, Universidad del Rosario. Link.

Goel, S. 2022. “Effect of Deagrarianization at the Household Level on the Scale and Nature of Women’s Work in Rural India”, The Indian Journal of Labour Economics, 65(4): 1053-1082. Link.

Shrinivas, A., S. Jalota, A. Mahajan, and G. Miller. 2022. “The Importance of Wage Loss in the Financial Burden of Illness: Longitudinal Evidence from India”, Social Science & Medicine, Vol. 317. Link.

Mondal, S. 2022. “Intergenerational Educational and Occupational Mobility across Caste Groups in West Bengal”, Contemporary Voice of Dalit, DOI: Link.

Sharma, A. and A. Banerjee. 2022. “Socio-Economic Determinants of Digital Divide in India”, Demography India, 51(1): 78-92. Link.

Mohanty, S.K., S.K. Singh, S.K. Sharma, K. Banerjee, and R. Acharya. 2022. “Asset and Consumption Gradient of HEALTH ESTIMATES in India: Implications for Survey and Public Health Research”, SSM—Population Health, 19, 101258. Link.
Duhon, M.E. (2022). “Essays in Development and Demography”, Dissertation submitted for PhD in Economics, University of California, Berkeley. Link.
Neekhra, B., K. Kapoor, and D. Gupta. 2022. “Generating Synthetic Population”, Working Paper. Accepted for oral presentation at New In ML Workshop of the 39th International Conference on Machine Learning, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 2022. Link.
Nolan, S. 2022. “Measuring Upward Mobility in Times of Change”, Dissertation submitted for PhD in Public Policy Studies, Duke University. Link.
Reed, M.N. 2022. “Marriage and Family in India”, Dissertation submitted for PhD in Sociology and Demography, University of Pennsylvania. Link.

Fors, Heather Congdon and Annika Lindskog. 2022. “Within-family Inequalities in Human Capital Accumulation in India”, Review of Development Economics,

Sagarika, Dey. 2022. “Structure and Dynamics of Livelihoods in Rural India: A Panel Data Analysis”, Poverty and Public Policy, 14(3): 307-334. Link. 

Bhattacharjee, Ayona and Kshitij Awasthi. 2022. “How Does Education Affect Health Beliefs? A Case of Women in India”, Economic Papers: A Journal of Applied Economics and Policy

Kandikuppa, S. and C. Gray, C. 2022. Climate change and household debt in rural India. Climatic Change, 173, 20(2022). Link.

Siddiqui, L.A. and A. Singh. 2022. “Socio-economic Inequality in Longevity in India”, Economic and Political Weekly, 57(32). Link.

Berg, C., B. Blankespoor, M.S. Emran, and F. Shilpi. 2022. “Does Market Integration Increase Rural Land Inequality?: Evidence from India”, Preprint, July 22. Link.

Maitra, P., R. Miller, and A. Sedai. 2022. “Household Welfare Effects of ROSCAs”, Discussion Paper No. 2022-14, Clayton, Victoria: Monash University. Link.

Kandpal, D. and D. Maiti. 2022. “Social Identity, Local Neighbourhood Effect and Conspicuous Consumption: Evidence From India”, Working Paper No. 327, Delhi: Centre for Development Economics, Delhi School of Economics. Link.

Khanna, A. 2022. ‘Three essays on development economics and human Capital”, Dissertations and Theses Collection, Singapore Management University. Link.

Pandeya, S., L. Bevisa, and T. Raob. 2022. “Food Price Subsidies and Nutrition in India: Is Less Targeting More?” Agricultural and Applied Economics Association Annual Meeting 2022, Anaheim, CA. Link.

Das, Upasak and Karan Singhal. 2022. “Gender Difference in Mathematics Learning in Rural India”, Ideas For India, January 24. Link.

Adkins, S. 2022. “Three Essays in Development Economics: An Examination of Female Health and Labor in India”, PhD Dissertation submitted to Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, May. Link.

Kundu, Sridhar and Maynor Cabrera. 2022. "Fiscal Policies and Their Impact on Income Distribution in India," Commitment to Equity (CEQ) Working Paper Series 120, Department of Economics, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana. Link.

Mishra, S.K. and S. Dutta. 2022. “Single Versus Multiple Deprivations among Children in India”, Indian Journal of Human Development. May 1. Link.

Bhattacharjee, D. and P.C. Mohanty. 2022. “Does social network impact rising out-of-pocket health care expenditure in India? A propensity score matching approach”, The International Journal of Health Planning and Management, 1-13. Doi: 10.1002/hpm.3485. Link.

Sundaram, R., V. Sharma, and A. Saraswat. 2022. “Anthropometric Measurements for Children in Nuclear and Joint Families”, Indian Journal of Economics, 399(C) (Part IV): 533-546. Link.

Dongre, N.L. 2022. “The Caste System is Not Merely a Division of Labour: It Is Also a Division of Labourers”, Working Paper, Link.

Ahmed, Tanima. 2022. “Pro-Girl Attitudes and Childhood Stunting in India”, Journal of Asian and African Studies,

Roy, Sutirtha Sinha and Roy van der Weide. 2022. “Poverty in India Has Declined over the Last Decade but Not as Much as Previously Thought”, Policy Research Working Paper 9994, Washington D.C.: Poverty and Equity Global Practice and Development Research Group, World Bank. Link.

Kukreja, Rolly. 2022. “Essays on Political Economy and Institutions”, PhD Thesis submitted to the Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi. Link.

Gupta, Seema. 2022. “Multidimensional Poverty Dynamics: Social Protection and Its Implication on Rural Poverty Dynamics in India”, PhD Thesis submitted to the Department of Economics, SOAS, University of London. Link.

Paul, Piyali and Suman Chakrabarty. 2021. Double Burden of Malnutrition in the form of Undernutrition among children - Overweight/Obesity among mothers within Households in India: A Systematic Review”, Journal of Commerce, Arts and Science, 4(1): 80-92. Link.

Mondal, Dinabandhu and Joydeep Saha. (2022). “Sheltering Urban Poor: Looking for a New Approach”, in A. Kundu, T. Ponce Dentinho, H. Magsi, K. Basu, and S. Bandyopadhyay (eds.) Accessible Housing for South Asia, Springer, Cham. Link.

Guha, Prithviraj and Nirban Roy. 2022. “An Exploration into Inter-Generational Occupational Mobility in India: Evidences from IHDS-II”, in S. Bagli, G. Chakrabarti, and P. Guha (eds.), Persistent and Emerging Challenges to Development. India Studies in Business and Economics. Springer, Singapore. Link.

Chugh, Kabir, Namrata Gulati, and Tridip Ray. 2022. “Neighbourhood and the Perception of the Quality of Medical Treatment”, Arthaniti: Journal of Economic Theory and Practice, March 1, Link.

Bagli, Supravat and Debanjali Ghosh. 2022. “Incidence of Wasted Pregnancy and Health Facilities: An Empirical Study of the Indian Women”, in in S. Bagli, G. Chakrabarti, and P. Guha (eds.), Persistent and Emerging Challenges to Development. India Studies in Business and Economics. Springer, Singapore. Link.

Gebremedhin, T.A., I. Mohanty, T. Niyonsenga. 2022. “Public Health Insurance and Maternal Health Care Utilization in India: Evidence from the 2005–2012 Mothers’ Cohort Data”, BMC Pregnancy Childbirth 22, Article No. 155. Link.

Ahsan, Md. Nazmul, M. Shahe Emran, Hanchen Jiang, and Forhad Shilpi. 2022. “What the Mean Measures of Mobility Miss: Learning About Intergenerational Mobility from Conditional Variance”, Working Paper, Link.

Agte, Patrick, Arielle Bernhardt, Erica Field, Rohini Pande, and Natalia Rigol. 2022. “Investing in the Next Generation: The Long-Run Impacts of a Liquidity Shock”, Working Paper, Link.

Bag, Sugata and Anirban Kar. 2022. “Made in Heaven, Matched by Parents: Does Arranged Marriage Restrict Labour Market Autonomy and Participation of Women? Theory and Evidence from India”, Working Paper No. 317, Delhi: Centre for Development Economics, Delhi School of Economics. Link.

Kumar, Deepak, Debasmita Padhi, Bhanu Pratap, and Archana Aggarwal. 2022. “Corporal Punishment and Praise in Indian Schools: Caste-based Heterogeneity on Children’s Cognitive Skills”, International Journal of Educational Development, 89, 102554. Link.

Paul, R., R. Rashmi, and S. Srivastava. 2022. “Association of Mass Media Exposure with Combustible and Smokeless Tobacco Use among Indian Population: Findings from a Panel Survey”, BMC Public Health, 22, 125(2022). Link.

Sedai, Ashish. 2022. “Who Benefits from Indoor Piped Drinking Water Supply? A Gender Analysis”, Ideas for India. January 17. Link.

Hassan, Mofidul. 2022. “Inequality Adjusted Per Capita Income of Indian States in 2004-05 and 2011-12”, The Journal of Development Practice, 7: 29-34. Link.

Sennimalai, Sarath, and S.D. Sivakumar. 2022. “Income Inequality and Consumption Pattern among BOP Consumers in India”, International Review of Business and Economics, 5(2): 1-13. Link.

Dhamija, Gaurav and Gitanjali Sen 2022. “Lasting Impact on Health from Natural Disasters, Potential Mechanisms and Mitigating Effects”, Preprint. Link.

Kundu, Anustup and Kunal Sen. 2022. “Multigenerational Mobility among Males in India”, Review of Income and Wealth.

Bhattacharjee, Deepabali and Pratap C. Mohanty. 2022. “Do Information Differentials and Confidence in Medical Institutions Influence Out-of-pocket Expenditure on Health Care in India?”, Clinical Epidemiology and Global Health, 13, 100952. Link.

Sarma, N. Forthcoming in January 2022. “Domestic violence and workfare: An evaluation of India’s MGNREGS”, World Development, Vol. 149. Link.


Kishan, P.K.V. 2021. “Intergenerational Education Mobility in India: Nonlinearity, and the Great Gatsby Curve”, Paper prepared for the 36th International Association for Research in Income and Wealth (IARIW) Virtual General Conference, August 23-27, 2021. Link.

Jaikumar, Saravana and Rashmi Kumari. (2021). “Uncovering the Secrets of Small Family Businesses in a Developing Economy: The Unsuspected Role of Social Capital and Household Income Interactions”, Working Paper Series, WPS No 872, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta. Link.

Khound, Kaveri. 2021. “Role of Weather Shock and Variability on Food Security in India”, ARTHAVAAN, 4(1): 98-105. Link.

Iversen, Vegard. 2021. “Social Mobility in Developing Countries: Measurement and Downward Mobility Pitfalls”, in Vegard Iversen, Anirudh Krishna, and Kunal Sen (eds.), Social Mobility in Developing Countries: Concepts, Methods and Determinants, pp. 75-96, U.K.: Oxford University Press. Link.

Imran, M. Shahe and Forhad Shilpi. 2021. “Economic Approach to Intergenerational Mobility” in Vegard Iversen, Anirudh Krishna, and Kunal Sen (eds.), Social Mobility in Developing Countries: Concepts, Methods and Determinants, pp. 197-220, U.K.: Oxford University Press. Link.

Thangjam, Melody, Manjit Das and Laishram Ladusingh. 2021. “Changes in Incidence of Morbidities of Children and Its Determinants in Northeast India”, Demography India, 50(2): 44-54. Link.

Kujur, Archana, Dhiren Sahoo, and Hanumant Waghmare. 2021. “Effect of Household and School Characteristic on Absenteeism among Primary School Children in EAG States of India”, Demography India, 50(2): 101-112. Link.

Maitra, Sudeshna. 2021. “Migration, Social Interaction and Mothers’ Preference for Sons in India”, Demography India, 50(2): 152-166. Link.

Giri, Manohar and Devlina Chatterjee. 2021. “Factors Affecting Changes in Insured Status of Rural and Urban Households: A Study over Two Time Periods in India”, IIMB Management Review, December 31. Link.

Dakua, M., and B. Sarkar. (2021). “Prevalence, Pattern, and Determinant of Sex Preference in India: Evidence from India Human Development Survey-II (2011-12)”, International Journal of Research—Granthaalayah, 9(11): 109–121. Link.

Chen, Jingjing, 2021. "Do mobile phones empower women? A perspective from rural India," Warwick-Monash Economics Student Papers 09, Warwick Monash Economics Student Papers. Link.

Rajkhowa, P. (2021). “Personalized digital extension services, electronic marketplaces, and mobile phones: Implications of digital technology for rural development in India”, Dissertation submitted to the Center for Development Research (Zentrum Für Entwicklungsforschung), The Agricultural Faculty, Rhenish Friedrich Wilhelm University of Bonn (der Landwirtschaftlichen Fakultät der Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn). Link.

Jain, R., and S. Biswas. (2021). “The road to safety- Examining the nexus between road infrastructure and crime in rural India”, Working PaperLink.

George, M.S., T. Niyosenga, and I. Mohanty. (2021). “Does the presence of health insurance and health facilities improve healthcare utilisation for major morbidities among Indigenous communities and older widows: Evidence from the India Human Development Surveys I and II”, medRxiv, DOI:

Nupur, S., and M. Dutta. (2021). “Determinants of Migration from Rural Households in India: An Empirical Investigation”, The Migration Conference 2021 Selected Papers, London. Link.

Keskar, A. (2021). “Matching on Height in India”, Thesis submitted to Department of Economics, Rice University, Houston, Texas. Link.

Patidar, H., & Chothodi, S. (2021). Livelihood Diversification in Rural India. Space and Culture, India9(3), 32-44. Link.

Heyes, A. and S. Saberian. 2021. “Hot Days, the ability to Work and climate resilience: Evidence from a representative sample of 42,152 Indian households”, Journal of Development Economics. Link.

Lodh, T., P. Roy, and M. Roy. 2021. “Intergenerational occupational mobility in India across social groups”, Indian Economic Review. Link. 

Shrikant, C. and S. Dey. 2021. “Conspicuous Consumption for Social Parity”, Working Paper No. IIMK/WPS/482/ECO/2021/13. Indian Institute of management Kozhikode. Link.

Mehta, A. 2021. “Analyzing the Debt Behavior of Farm Households in the Maharashtra State of India”, The Journal of Developing Areas, 56(2): 107-117. Link.

Uddin, A. 2021. “Gender Gap in Intergenerational Educational Mobility: Evidence from India”, Working Paper, Link.

Patidar, H. and S. Chothodi. 2021. “Livelihood Diversification in Rural India”, Space and Culture, India, 9(3), 32-44. Link.

Shrinivas A, Jalota S, Mahajan A, Miller G. "Illness and Wage Loss: Longitudinal Evidence from India (and Implications for the Universal Health Coverage Agenda)." medRxiv; 2021. DOI: 10.1101/2021.11.04.21265892. Accessed on November 13, 2021. Link.

Brahmanandam N, Nagarajan R. "The Transition in Household Energy Use for Cooking in India: Evidence from a Longitudinal Survey." Margin: The Journal of Applied Economic Research. 2021;15(4):433-455. Accessed on November 13, 2021. Link.

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