|Monday, March 23, 2020||
What does IHDS data tell us about possible responses to COVID19? Check it here.
|Friday, February 28, 2020||
The February IHDS Forum is out! Access it here.
|Monday, January 27, 2020||
IHDS team carried out a interviews on changes in standards of living for 4,828 households living in Rajasthan, Bihar and Uttarakhand. These interviews occurred right after the demonetization in which large currency notes were withdrawn causing a temporary cash crunch. Results from these interviews are available in our latest research and policy brief:“A Glass Half Full: Changes in Standards of Living since 2012”.
|Wednesday, January 22, 2020||
Please view our December newsletter here.
|Monday, December 2, 2019||
November IHDS Newsletter: Special edition on Gender. Access here.
|Saturday, November 23, 2019||
The panel file of IHDS waves 1 & 2 is now available at the ICPSR website: https://www.icpsr.umich.edu/icpsrweb/DSDR/studies/37382
Description from ICPSR: "This particular data collection merges the two waves of IHDS (known as IHDS and IHDS-II) into a harmonized pattern from the perspective view points of individuals, households, and eligible women. The data are presented in three different data formats: cross-sectional, wide, and long to facilitate a broader range of analysis options. "
|Wednesday, November 6, 2019||
The October edition of the IHDS newsletter is available!! It focuses on two key socio-demographic themes: the relationship between women’s marriage age and their political engagement; and the determinants of household choices for financial borrowings.
Using data from IHDS-II, the first paper finds that early marriage is a significant obstacle in women’s participation in politics.
In the second paper, the comprehensive nature of IHDS data enables the authors to examine the role of microfinance institutions in the selection of formal and informal sources of credit by households.
|Thursday, October 3, 2019||
September IHDS Newsletter has a special focus on health: The first paper uses data from IHDS to analyse the level of trust between patients, on one hand, and doctors and hospitals, on the other hand. It also identifies the challenges in building this trust, and ways to transcend them. In the second paper, the authors find an alarming rise in the incidence of diabetes and hypertension spanning the two waves of the IHDS in 2004-05 and 2011-12, and pinpoint the various risk factors in the transition between the two diseases.
Please access it here: https://conta.cc/2mefB4p
|Friday, June 7, 2019||
May IHDS Newsletter Available here: https://conta.cc/2QBve0d
|Tuesday, May 14, 2019||
From Our World in Data (https://ourworldindata.org/) - Chart comparing Indian Women and Men's Life Expectancy Over Time