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2017

 

323. Lucia, C., Nicole, H., and Alessandra, V. (2017). Child Marriage, Weather Shocks, and the Direction of Marriage Payments. Accessed on October 11, 2017. Link

 

322. Nandi, A., R. Lutter, and R. Laxminarayan. (2017). Breastfeeding Duration and Adolescent Educational Outcomes: Longitudinal Evidence from India. Food and Nutrition Bulletin. doi: 10.1177/0379572117733100. Accessed on October 10, 2017. Link

 

321. Bhalla, A. S., and D. Luo. (2017). Poverty, Ethnicity and Exclusion Poverty and Exclusion of Minorities in China and India (pp. 1-45). Cham: Springer International Publishing. Accessed on October 10, 2017. Link

 

320. Ray, T., A. R. Chaudhuri, and K. Sahai. (2017). Whose Education Matters? An Analysis Of Inter Caste Marriages In India. Discussion Paper 17-05. Economics and Planning Unit. Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi.  Accessed on October10, 2017. Retrieved from Link

 

319. Das, D., K. Goswami, and A. Hazarika. (2017). Who Adopts Biogas in Rural India? Evidence from a Nationwide Survey. International Journal of Rural Management, 13(1), 54-70. doi:https://doi.org/10.1177/0973005217695163. Accessed on October 11, 2017.

 

318. Rathi, S. S., and C. Vermaak. (2017). The impacts of rural electrification on labour market outcomes in developing countries: Evidence from India and South Africa. Paper presented at the ESSA 2017 BIENNIAL CONFERENCE, RHODES UNIVERSITY, GRAHAMSTOWN. Accessed on October 3, 2017.  Link

 

317. Vernekar, N. a. K. S. (2017). Women‟s Agency Freedoms and Education Levels in the Post-marital Household: Evidence from Rural. Paper presented at the 3rd World Conference on Women’s Studies 2017, Vol. 2, pp. 46-60, Colombo, Sri Lanka. doi: https://doi.org/10.17501/wcws.2017.2105. Accessed on October 3, 2017

 

316. Asri, V. (2017). Targeting of Social Transfers: Are India’s Elderly Poor Left Behind? ADBI Working Paper 779. Accessed online September 19, 2017.  Link

 

315. Chatterjee, S. (2017). Do Private Tutors Enhance English Language Ability? Regression Discontinuity Evidence from a Policy Experiment in India. Bulletin of Economic Research. doi: 10.1111/boer.12142.  Accessed online September 16, 2017. Link

 

314.  Ahmad, N., & Aggarwal, K. (2017). Health shock, catastrophic expenditure and its consequences on welfare of the household engaged in informal sector. Journal of Public Health. doi:10.1007/s10389-017-0829-9.  Accessed online September 16, 2017.  Link

 

313. Lee, Y. J. (2017). Informing women and improving sanitation: Evidence from rural India. Journal of Rural Studies, 55(Supplement C), 203-215. doi:  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jrurstud.2017.07.012.  Accessed online September 10, 2017.

 

312. Merfeld, J. D. (2017). Public Works and Non-Farm Self-Employment: Evidence from India. Accessed online September 6, 2017.  Link

 

311. Rajani, Ishita (2017). Essays on Politics, Health and Development. (Academic dissertations (Ph.D.)), Department of Economics, Princeton University. Accessed online September 6, 2017. Link

 

310. Manor, J. (2017). Crosscurrents: State-Level Politicians’ Conflicting Views of Urban India. In N. Jayaram (Ed.),Social Dynamics of the Urban: Studies from India (pp. 203-215). New Delhi: Springer India.  doi:10.1007/978-81-322-3741-9_12.  Accessed online September 6, 2017. Link

 

309. Chakraborty, T., Mukherjee, A., Rachapalli, S. R. & Saha, S. (2017). Stigma of Sexual Violence and Womens Decision to Work.  GLO Discussion Paper 96.Accessed online September 6, 2017.  Link

 

308. Neog, B. J. & Sahoo, B. K. (2017). Self-Employment Profits: The Case of India. Accessed online July 25, 2017. Link

 

307. Roychowdhury, Punarjit. (2017). Empirical Essays on the Economics of Social Interactions(Doctor of Philosophy),Southern Methodist University, published by ProQuest LLC (2017). (10277556). Accessed online July 18, 2017. Link

 

306. Borooah, V. K. (2017). Learning Outcomes of School Children The Progress of Education in India: A Quantitative Analysis of Challenges and Opportunities (pp. 55-85). Cham: Springer International Publishing. Accessed online July 14, 2017. Link

 

305. Coffey, D., Spears, D., & Vyas, S. (2017). Switching to sanitation: Understanding latrine adoption in a representative panel of rural Indian households. Social Science & Medicine, 188, 41-50.  Accessed online July 11, 2017. Link

 

304. Khatry, S. (2017). Essays on Migration, Remittances, and Welfare. (Doctor of Philosophy Dissertation), presented to the Faculty of the Department of Economics, University of Houston. Accessed online July 11, 2017. Link

 

303. Kaur, R. (2017). Essays in Human Capital Development. (Doctor of Philosophy Dissertation), presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of the University of Texas at Austin.  Accessed online July 4, 2017. Link

 

302. Vasudevan, S. (2017). Essays on the Economic, Political, and Social Effects of Mass MediaDoctor of Philosophy (Agricultural and Applied Economics)), University of Wisconsin-Madison, ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2017.  Accessed online June 27, 2017. Link

 

301. Congdon Fors, H. & A. Lindskog (2017). Within-Family Inequalities in Human Capital Accumulation in India: Birth Order and Gender Effects. Working Paper 700, Department of Economics. University of Gothenburg, Accessed online June 25, 2017. Link

 

300. Nordman, C. J., S. Sharma, & N. Sunder (2017). Income Shocks, Educational Investments and Child Work: Evidence from Rural India. Working Paper. UNU-WIDER, Cornell University. Accessed online June 25, 2017.  Link

 

299. Ray, R., & R. Datta. (2017). Do separate female toilets in primary and upper primary schools improve female enrollment? A case study from India. Children and Youth Services Review,79(Supplement C), 263-273.doi:10.1016/j.childyouth.2017.06.020. Accessed online June 13, 2017. Link

 

298. Borooah, V. K. (2017). Caste and Regional Influences on the Practice of ‘Untouchability’ in India, Development and Change, 48(4), 746–774. Accessed online June 13, 2017. Link

 

297. Chatterjee, S. & A. Kastor (2017). To What Extent Do Couples’ Pre-Marital Communications Affect Their Post-Marital Fertility Behaviour In India?, Journal of Biosocial Science, pp. 1–16. doi:10.1017/S0021932017000177. Accessed online June 10, 2017.  Link

 

 

296. Castilla, C. (2017). Political role models, child marriage, and women’s autonomy over marriage in India. WIDER Working Paper 2017/121, The United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research, Accessed online June 6, 2017. Link

 

295. Dehury, B. & S.K. Mohanty (2017). Multidimensional poverty, household environment and short-term morbidity in India, Genus, 73(1), 3. doi: 10.1186/s41118-017-0019-1. Accessed online June 6, 0217. Link

 

294. Jaikumar, S., R. Singh & A. Sarin. (2017). ‘I show off, so I am well off’: Subjective economic well-being and conspicuous consumption in an emerging economy. Journal of Business Researchdoi: 10.1016/j.jbusres.2017.05.027. Accessed online June 6, 2017. Link

 

293. Chakraborty, T., & A. Gupta. (2017). Loan Repayment Behaviour of Farmers: Analysing Indian Households. Accessed online June 3, 2017.  Link

 

292. Holla, C. U. (2017). Welfare Implications of Regional Parties and National Parties in India: A Comparative Analysis. A Master Thesis in Public Policy at the Georgetown University. Accessed online May 17, 2017. Link

 

291. Bharadwaj, A. S. (2017). Private Participation in India's Water Sector: Impact on Water Access and Service Quality Indicators. A Master Thesis in Public Policy at the Georgetown University. Accessed online May 17, 2017.Link

 

290. Thampi, A. (2017). The Impact of the Public Distribution System in India. Indian Journal of Human Development, 10(3), 353-365.  doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/0973703016685792Accessed online May 8, 2017. 

 

289. Aleksandrowicz, L., Tak, M., Green, R., Kinra, S., and Haines, A. (2017). Comparison of food consumption in Indian adults between national and sub-national dietary data sources. British Journal of Nutrition, 117(7), 1013-1019.doi: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0007114517000563.  Accessed online May 8, 2017

 

288. Corno, L., Hildebrandt, N., Voena, A. (2017). Child Marriage, Weather Shocks, and the Direction of Marriage Payments.  Accessed online May 4, 2017. Link

 

287. Gupta, A. and D. Spears, (2017).  Health externalities of India's expansion of coal plants: Evidence from a national panel of 40,000 households. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. Doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jeem.2017.04.007Accessed online 25 April, 2017

 

286. Bera, Abhisek, (2017). Long Term Morbidity Pattern among the Residents of the Six Largest Metropolitan Areas in India – A Case Study, Munich, GRIN Verlag.  Seminar Paper, 2017. Accessed online 6 April, 2017.  Link

 

285. Kethineni, S., (2017). The Problem of Domestic Violence in India: Advances in Law and the Role of Extra-Legal Institutions. In S.M. Shahidullah (ed.), Crime, Criminal Justice, and the Evolving Science of Criminology in South Asia: India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh (pp. 337-358). London: Palgrave Macmillan UK. Accessed online 4 April, 2017.  Link

 

284. Das, D., K. G., and A. Hazarika, (2017). Who Adopts Biogas in Rural India? Evidence from a Nationwide Survey. International Journal of Rural Management, 13(1): 54-70. Doi:10.1177/0973005217695163.  Accessed online 4 April, 2017.Link

 

283. Story, William T. and R. M. Carpiano, (2017). Household Social Capital and Socioeconomic Inequalities in Child Undernutrition in Rural India. Social Science & MedicineAvailable online 22 March 2017. DoI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2017.03.043 Accessed online 28 March, 2017.

 

282.  von Carnap, T. (2017). Irrigation as a Historical Determinant of Social Capital in India? A Large-Scale Survey Analysis. World DevelopmentAvailable online 23 March 2017. DoI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2017.02.035. Accessed online 28 March, 2017.

 

 281. Azam, M. and C.H. Saing. (2017). Is There Really a Trade-off? Family Size and Investment in Child Quality in India. Accessed online 20 March, 2017.  Link 

 

280. Jacob, N., (2017). Marital Unions and Human Capital Formation. Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Economics, University of Essex. Accessed online 4 March 2017. Link

 

279. Rao, N.D., and K. Ummel, (2017). White goods for white people? Drivers of electric appliance growth in emerging economies. Energy Research & Social ScienceVol. 27, May 2017, Pages 106–116.  DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2017.03.005.  Accessed online 25 March 2017.

 

278. Saikia, N., and P.M. Kulkarni, (2017).  “An Assessment of India's Readiness for Tracking SDG Targets on Health and Nutrition”.ORF Occasional Papers - 108, February 2017. Accessed online 18 March 2017 Link

 

277. Shankar, B., S. Agrawal, A. R. Beaudreault, L. Avula, R. Martorell, S. Osendarp, D. Prabhakaran, and M. Seneclauze Mclean (2017). Dietary and Nutritional Change in India: Implications for Strategies, Policies, and Interventions. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. Published online 17 March 2017. ISSN: 1749-6632 (DOI: 10.1111/nyas.13324).   URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1111/nyas.13324. Accessed online 18 March 2017.

 

276. Chatterjee, S. (2017). Getting Girls to Schools! Assessing the Impacts of a Targeted Program on Enrollment and Academic PerformanceThe B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy20160248, ISSN (Online) 1935-1682, ISSN (Print) 2194-6108, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/bejeap-2016-0248.   Accessed online 21 February 2017. 

 

275. Ministry of Finance, GoI. (2017). Universal Basic Income: A Conversation With and Within the Mahatma. Economic Survey 2016-17, published on January, 2017. Accessed online 7 February 2017.  Link.

 

274. Diwakar, D. G. (2017). Life on Streets: Health and Living Conditions of Children in Delhi. In S. S. Acharya, S. Sen, M. Punia & S. Reddy (Eds.), Marginalization in Globalizing Delhi: Issues of Land, Livelihoods and Health (pp. 349-368). New Delhi: Springer India.

 

273. Chakrabarti, Suman, Avinash Kishore and Devesh Roy, Entitlement Fetching or Snatching?,IFPRI Discussion Paper 01588, Accessed online 10 January 2017.

 

272. Sadath, A.C. and R.H. Acharya, Assessing the extent and intensity of energy poverty using Multidimensional Energy Poverty Index: Empirical evidence from households in India. Energy Policy, 102: 540-48, Accessed online 12 January 2017.

 

271. Afridi, Farzana  and Bidisha Barooah. (2017). Educational Attainment and Learning in India, 2004–2012. Chapter Regional Growth and Sustainable Development in Asia Volume 7 of the series New Frontiers in Regional Science: Asian Perspectives pp 221-236.  Online here.

 

270. Kjelsrud, A., S. Parashar, and S. Vatavwala. (2017). Incorporating public transfers into the measurement of poverty. Online working paper, accessed 3 Jan 2017. Online here.

 

 

2016

 

269. Alvi, Muzna F. (2016). Caste, Religion and Economic Participation of Women in India. Working paper. Accessed 12/12/16. Link

 

268. Asher, S., P. Novosad, and C. Rafkin. (2016). Intergenerational Educational Mobility in India: Evidence from 1970–present. Working paper.  Accessed 3 Jan 2017. Link.

 

267. Kadiya, S., S. Parashar, and S. Vatavwala. (2016). Word demand pattern analysis for MGNREGA: With special reference to 18 India States.  Scientific Papers Series Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and Rural Development, 16(4), 2016. Link.

 

266. NITI Aayog, (2016).  Evaluation Study on Role of Public Distribution System in Shaping Household and Nutritional Security India. DMEO Report No. 233, December. Govt. of India, New Delhi. Link.

 

265. Pickett, J.A.. (2016). Primary Care At What Price? The Role Of Consumer Information Under Quality Uncertainty. Publicly Accessible Penn Dissertations. Paper 1946. Link

 

264. Munshi, K. (2016). Caste and the Indian Economy. Working paper published online October. Accessed 1/3/2017. Link.

 

263. Ranganathan, T., A. Tripathi, and G. Pandey. (2016). Income Mobility among Social Groups in Indian Rural Households: Findings from the Indian Human Development Survey. IEG Working paper #368.  Accessed online 3 Jan 2017.  Link.

 

262. Deshpande, A., and R. Ramachandran. (2016). Dominant or Backward? Political Economy of the Demand for Quotas by Jats, Patels and Marathas. Working Paper.  Accessed 12/12/16. Link.

 

261. Haenssgen, M. J., and A. Prochista. (2016). Healthcare access: A sequence-sensitive approach. SSM – Population Health, 3(1), 37-47. Accessed online 6 December.  Link.

 

260. Rajani, I. (2016). Are Public Funds Used to Maintain Ruling Coalitions? Evidence from India. Working paper online, accessed 5 Dec 2016. Link.

 

259. Dutta, T. and N. Kumar. (2016). Accessibility to stable source of livelihood in India: Evidence from IHDS data. Working paper online, accessed 5 Dec 2016.Link.

 

258. Choudhury, P., and T. Khanna. (2016). Hiring Big from Small Towns—Evidence from a Natural Experiment in India. Working paper online, accessed 29 Nov 2016. Link.

 

257. Field, E., et. al. (2016). An Account of One’s Own: Can Targeting Benefits Payments Address Social Constraints to Female Labor Force Participation? Working Paper. Accessed 22 Nov. Link.

 

256. Adhvaryu, A., P. Bhardawaj, and S. Krumholz. (2016). Early Childhood Development in India: Assessment and Policy Recommendations. India Policy Forum, July 12-13 2016. Link

 

255. Alacevich, C. and A. Tarozzi. (2016). Child Nutritional Status and Intergenerational Transmission of Health: Evidence from India Migrants in England. University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona. Working paper. Link.

 

254. Agarwal, A., A. Lubet, E. Mitgang, S. Mohanty, and D. E. Bloom. (2016). Population Aging in India: Facts, Issues, and Options. PGDA Working Paper No. 132. Link.

 

253. Allendorf, K. and R.K. Pandian. (2016). The Decline of Arranged Marriage? Marital Change and Continuity in India. Population and Development Review. doi:10.1111/j.1728-4457.2016.00149.x

 

252. Atkin, D. (2016). The caloric costs of culture: Evidence from indian migrants. American Economic Review, 106, (4), 1144-1181.

 

251. Ranganathan, T., A. Tripathi, and B. Rajoriya. (2016). Income and Income Inequality among Indian Rural Households. Working paper published online November 2016. Link

 

250. Awasthi, K., and K. K. Bhat. (2016). High Returns from Higher Education: Effect on Agricultural Income. Economic and Political Weekly, 51(7), 76-78. Link.

 

249. Sinha, R. (2016). Intergenerational Occupational Mobility and Labor Productivity. Retrieved from SSRN: Link.

 

248. Sarap, K., and M. Venkatanarayana. (2016). Some Aspects of Dynamics in Rural Labour Market: Interface between Credit and Labour Markets. Working paper. Published online November 2016. Link.

 

247. Rodgers, G. (2016). Inequality and the labour market: comparing India and Brazil. Indian Journal of Labor Economics, 59(1), 39-55. doi: 10.1007/s41027-016-0046-z. First online 08 Nov. Link.

 

246. Roychowdhury, P. (2016). Visible inequality, status competition and conspicuous consumption: evidence from rural India. Oxford Economic Papers. First published online: October 29, 2016. Link

 

245. Azam, Mehtabul, (2016). "Does Social Health Insurance Reduce Financial Burden? Panel Data Evidence from India", IZA Discussion Papers 10018, Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA). Accessed online September 2016.  Link

 

 244. Azam, Mehtabul and Vipul Bhatt, (2016). "Spatial Income Inequality in India, 1993-2011: A District Level Decomposition",  IZA Discussion Papers 9892, Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA). Accessed online April 2016.  Link

 

243.  Azam, M. (2016). Household Income Mobility in India: 1993-2011. IZA Discussion Paper No. 10308. Institute for the Study of Labor, Bonn, Germany. Link.

 

242. Bhalla, S. S. (2016). Food, Hunger, and Nutrition in India: A Case of Redistributive Failure. Frontier Issues Brief submitted to the Brookings Institution’s Ending Rural Hunger project. Link.

 

241. Chakravorty, S., S. Chandrasekhar, and K. Naraparaju. (2016). Income Generation and Inequality in India's Agricultural Sector: The Consequences of Land Fragmentation. Indira Gandhi Institute for Development Research. Mumbai. Working Paper WP-2016-028. Link.

 

240. Chakrabati, S., A. Kishore, and D. Roy. (2016). Arbitrage and Corruption in Food Subsidy Programs: Evidence from India’s Public Distribution System. AgEcon: Agriculture and Applied Economics Association Meetings. 2016 Annual Meeting, July 31-August 2, Boston, Massachusetts. Link.

 

239. Chakraborty, T., & S. K. Bakshi. (2016). English language premium: Evidence from a policy experiment in IndiaEconomics of Education Review. 50, 1-16.

 

238. Chatterjee, U., R. Murgai, A. Narayan, and M. Rama. (2016). Pathways to Reducing Poverty and Sharing Prosperity in India: Lesson from the Last Two Decades.  International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/ The World Bank, 1818 H Street NW, Washington DC 20433. Link1 or Link2.

 

237. Choudhury, A. and P. Roy. (2016). Population attributable fraction analysis of leading chronic diseases in India. Human Biology Review 5 (3), 255-283. Link.

 

236. Dabadge, A., A. Josey, and A. Sreenivas. (2016). From LPG Connections to Use: Realising Smokeless Kitches for All. Economic and Political Weekly, 51(16), 47-50. Link.

 

235. Das, D. (2016). Enrollment, educational expenditures and work among one-parent children in India. Marriage and Family Review. 52(1-2), 196-215.

 

234. Dasgupta, P. (2016). Essays on Intra-Household Bargaining Power of Women in India.  Dissertation submitted to the faculty of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy In Economics.  Link.

 

233. de Onis, M., and F. Branca. (2016). Childhood stunting: a global perspective. Maternal & Child Nutrition, 12, 12–26. doi: 10.1111/mcn.12231. Link.

 

232. Deshpande, A. and W. Darity, Jr. (2016).  Caste Discrimination in Contemporary India.  Inequality and Growth: Patterns and Policy, Basu, Kaushik, Stiglitz, Joseph E. (Eds.). Link.

 

231. Deshpande A., and S. Sharma. (2016). Disadvantage and discrimination in self-employment: Caste gaps in earnings in Indian small businesses. Small Business Economics, 46(2), 325-346. Link.

 

230. Deshpande, A., and D. Spears. (2016). Who Is the Identifiable Victim? Caste and Charitable Giving in Modern India. Economic Development and Cultural Change64(2), 299–321. Link.

 

229. Kumar, D. (2016). Social and Economic Exclusion among Social Groups in India. Journal of Exclusion Studies, 6(2), 148-161.  Link.

 

228. Dommaraju, P. (2016). Divorce and Separation in India. Population and Development Review. Link.

 

227. Dutta, S., (2016). The Changing Patterns and Lived Experiences of Women Pursuing Higher Education Post-marriage in India. Journal of International Women's Studies, 17(1), 169-185. Available at: Link.

 

226. Field, E., R. Pande, N. Rigol, S. Schaner, and C.T. Moore. (2016). On Her Account: Can Strengthening Women’s Financial Control Boost Female Labor Supply? Working paper accessed online 6 Dec. Link.

 

225. Gin´e, X., and H. G. Jacoby. (2016). Contracting under Uncertainty: Groundwater in South India. Development Research Group, The World Bank, 1818 H St. NW, Washington DC, 20433. Link.

 

224. Halim, N., K. M. Yount, and S. Cunningham.  (2016). Do Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Women Legislators Mean Lower Gender-Caste Gaps in Primary Schooling in India? Social Science Research, 58(4), 122-134. doi: 10.1016/j.ssresearch.2016.01.002. Link.

 

223. Imai, K. S., and B. Malaeb. (2016). Asia's rural-urban disparity in the context of growing inequality. RIEB Kobe University Discussion Paper Series. DP2016-29. Link.

 

222. Iversen, V., A. Krishna, and K. Sen. (2016). Rags to riches? Intergenerational occupational mobility in India. GDI Working Paper 2016-004. Manchester: The University of Manchester. Link.

 

221. Jacoby, H. G. (2016). Food prices, wages, and welfare in rural India. Economic Inquiry, 54, (1), 159-176.

 

220. Jain, T., P. Maitra, and S. Mani. (2016). Barriers to Skill Acquisition: Evidence from English Training in India. IZA Discussion Paper No. 10199. Link.

 

219. Kono, N., A. Suwa, and S. Ahmad. (2016). Smart Cities in Japan and Their Application in Developing Countries. Low Carbon Urban Infrastructure Investment in Asian Cities, pp. 95-122. Joni Jupesta & Takako Wakiyama (Eds.). Springer. Link.

 

218. Kumar, K. (2016). Cumulative Incidence of Catastrophic Health Expenditure and its Effect on the Persistence of Poverty in India: Evidence from IHDS Household Followup Survey. Presentation from PAA 2016. Link.

 

217. Kumar, N. (2016). Significance of small land-holdings in meeting food requirement of household in India: Evidences from IHDS surveys. 3rd International Conference on Social Sciences (3rd ICSS), 30th September - 01st October 2016, Research Centre for Social Sciences, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka. p 72. Link.

 

216. Kumpel, E., and K. L. Nelson. (2016). Intermittent water supply: Prevalence, practice, and microbial water quality. Environmental Science and Technology, 50(2), 542-553.

 

215. Lawson, N., & D. Spears (2016). What doesn't kill you makes you poorer: Adult wages and early-life mortality in India. Economics and Human Biology, 21(2), 1-16.

 

214. Mishra, A.K., and V.M. Parmar. (2016). Changing Contours of Income Stratification and Decomposition of Income Inequality: Evidence from Recent Longitudinal Survey in India. Journal of Quantitative Economics. Online September 9. doi:10.1007/s40953-016-0057-0

 

213. Munshi, K., and M. Rosenzweig. (2016). Networks and misallocation: Insurance, migration, and the rural-urban wage gap. American Economic Review. 106(1), 46-98.

 

212. Narayana, M.R. (2016). India’s Proposed Universal Health Coverage Policy: Evidence for Age Structure Transition Effect and Fiscal Sustainability. Applied Health Economics and Health Policy, 14(6), 673-690. August 2016.Link.

 

211. Narayana, M.R. (2016). Public Expenditure Requirements and Financing Options for a National Level Universal Old Age Pension Scheme in India. BKPAI working paper,#6, Series II, New Delhi. Link.

 

210. Nordman, C. J., and S. Sharma. (2016). The Power to Choose: Gender balance of power and intra-household educational spending in India. Working paper for WIDER Working Paper 2016/61. Link.

 

209. Pandey, V.L., S. M. Dev, and U. Jayachandran. (2016). Impact of agricultural interventions on the nutritional status in South Asia: A review. Food Policy, 62, 28-40. Link.

 

208. Patra, S., A. Perianayagam, and S. Goli. (2016). Mother’s health knowledge and its links with the illness and medical care of their children in India. Health Education, 116(4), 395-409. Link.

 

207. Patra, S., P. Arokiasamy, and S. Goli. (2016). Relevance of health knowledge in reporting maternal health complications and use of maternal health care in India. Health care for women international, 37(5), 531-549.

 

206. Rani, U., and M. Furrer. (2016). Decomposing Income inequality into factor income components: Evidence from selected G20 countries. ILO Research Paper No. 15, July, Geneva, Switzerland. Link.

 

205. Rao, K. (2016). Income Tax Policy: Critique of the Economic Survey 2015-16. Economic and Political Weekly, 51(14), 14-17. Link.

 

204. Kumar, B., and P.K. Sinha. (2016). Understanding expenditure on different commodity groups in Indian households: emerging patterns and policy implications.  International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management, 13(1).  Accessed 18 Jul 2016. Link.

 

20.3 Saikia, N.M., and J. K. Bora. (2016). Gender Difference in Health-Care Expenditure: Evidence from India Human Development Survey. PLOS One. Accessed 18 Jul 2016.Link.

 

202. Rosenblum, D. (2016). Estimating the Private Economic Benefits of Sons Versus Daughters in India. Feminist Economics, published online 15 July 2016. Link.

 

201. Sánchez, A., and A. Singh. (2016). Accessing Higher Education in Developing Countries: Panel Data Analysis from India, Peru, and Vietnam. Working Paper 150 for Young Lives. Oxford Department of International Development (ODID), University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. Link.

 

200. Shamshad, S., S. Shameela, and S.M.S. Hasan. (2016). Effect of Education on The Rate of Anomalies in Consanguineous Marriages of Muslim Population of Kurnool Town. International Journal of Scientific Research, 5(5), 444-445. Link.

 

199. Singhari, S., and S. Madeswaran. (2016). The Changing Rates of Return to Education in India: Evidence from NSS Data. Working Paper #358, Copyright Reserved, The Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore. Link.

 

198. Childers, T. B., & K. Chiou. (2016). Socioeconomic Status, Religion and Health in India: an Examination of Chronic and Communicable Diseases. The Review of Black Political Economy, 43(2), 149-164

 

197. Spears, D., and S. Lamba. (2016). Effects of Early-Life Exposure to Sanitation on Childhood Cognitive Skills: Evidence from India’s Total Sanitation Campaign. Journal of Human Resources, 51(2), 298-327.  Link.

 

196. Srivastava, S.K., and T. Sengupta. (2016). Growth Dynamics and Gender Wage Inequality in Indian Agricultural Sector: Study across Various Population Hierarchies of Villages. Theoretical Economics Letters, 6, 407-415. Link.

 

195. Sukhtankar, S. (2016). India’s National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme: What Do We Really Know about the World’s Largest Workfare Program? India Policy Forum, NCAER July. Link.

 

194. Teltumbe, A. (2016). Dalits: Past, present and future. Routledge: New Delhi. Link.

 

193. Roy, P., & A. Sapre. (2016). Does Social Embedding Influence Banking Habits? A Case of India. Journal of Emerging Market Finance, Published online June 27th. Link.

 

192. Saikia, N. & P.M. Kulkarni. (2016). Data for Research into Health Inequality in India Do We Have Enough? Economic & Political Weekly, 51(26), 111-116. Accessed on June 25, 2016. Link.

 

191. Tripathi, S. (2016). Source of Inequality in consumption Expenditure in India: A Regression Based Inequality Decomposition Analysis. MPRA Working Paper No. 72117 published online 20 June 2016. Link.

 

190. Yenneti, K., S. Tripathib, Y.D. Wei, W. Chene, and G. Joshi. (2016). The truly disadvantaged? Assessing social vulnerability to climate change in urban India. Habitat International56(8), 124–135. Link.

 

189. Axmann, N., K. Swanson, and V. C. Contreras. (2016).  Caste and Religion-Based Wage Discrimination in the Indian Private Sector: Evidence from the Indian Human Development Survey. The Review of Black Political Economy, 1-11, First online: 30 May 2016. Link.

 

188. Raman, B. (2016). Community potential for shared solar development in India. (Master's Thesis in Energy & Mineral Engineering), Pennsylvania State University. Submitted May 2016.

 

187. Hathi, D., D. Spears, and D. Coffey. (2016). Can collective action strategies motivate behaviour change to reduce open defecation in rural India? Waterlines, 35(2), 118. Accessed 14 May. Available:Link.

 

186. Yenneti, K., Y. D. Wei, and W. Chen. (2016). The urbanization of poverty in India: Spatio-temporal disparities in consumption expenditures. Geographical Review, 107(2), 360-383.  Accessed 14 May 2016. Link.

 

185. Sharma, A. (2016). Urban Proximity and Spatial Pattern of Land Use and Development in Rural India. The Journal of Development Studies, 52(11), 1593-1611. Accessed 2 May 2016. Link.

 

184. Nie, P., A. Rammohan, W. Gwozdz, and A. Sousa-Poza. (2016). Developments in Undrenutrition in Indian Children Under Five: A Decompositional Analysis. No. 9893, IZA Discussion Papers. Accessed 26 Apr 2016. Link.

 

183. Shidhaye, R., S. Gangale, and V. Patel. (2016). Prevalence and treatment coverage for depression: a population-based survey in Vidarbha, India. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 51(7), 993-1003.  Accessed 22 April 2016. Link.

 

182. Hammer, J., and D. Spears. (2016). Village Sanitation and Child Health: Effects and External validity in a randomized field experiment in rural India. Journal of Health Economics, 48(4), 135-148. online publication date 20 Apr 2016. Link.

 

181. Krishnaswamy, S., K.Finnoff, and S. Bail. (2016). Measuring Crimes Against Women in India: Moving Beyond Police Recorded Data. Working paper from Azim Premjiun University. Accessed 07 April. Link.

 

180. Mehra, Sakshi (2017). “Policy brief | Literacy without Learning”. LOKNITI. Published online 19 July July 19 2016. Accessed online 25 March, 2017. Link

 

179. Singh, P., and O. N. Shemyakina. (2016). Gender-differential effects of terrorism on education: The case of the 1981–1993 Punjab insurgency. Economics of Education Review, 54,185-210. Accessed 24 Feb. Link.

 

178. Lahoti, R., JY S., and N. Swaminathan. (2016). Not in her name: Women’s Property Ownership in India. Economic and Political Weekly, 51(5), 17-19. 1/31/16. Link.

 

177. Azam, M. (2016). Income Inequality in India 2004-2012: Role of Alternative Income Sources. Economics Bulletin, 36(2), 1160-69.  Accessed online 27 January, 2016.  Link

 

176. Spears, D. (2016). Caste and Life Satisfaction in Rural North India. Economic and Political Weekly, 51(4), 12-14, 1/23/16. Link.

 

175. Narayanan, S., and N. Gerber. (2016). Safety Nets for Food and Nutritional Security in India.  Food Secure Working Paper, no. 37.  January. Link.

 

 

2015

 

174. Ahmad, S., and J. A. P. de Oliveira. (2015). Fuel switching in slum and non-slum households in India. Journal of Cleaner Production, 94(9), 130-136.

 

173. Aklin, M., P. Bayer, S.P. Harish, J. Urpelainen. (2015). Quantifying slum electrification in India and explaining local variation. Energy, 80(1), 203-212.

 

172. Gaiha, R., R. Jha, and V.S. Kulkarni. (2015). Child undernutrition in India in Diets, Malnutrition, and Disease: The Indian Experience. Australia, Australia/Oceania: Oxford University Press. Link.

 

171. Jayaraman, R., and D. Simroth. (2015). The Impact of School Lunches on Primary School Enrollment: Evidence from India’s Midday Meal Scheme. The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 117(4), 1176-1203. doi: 10.1111/sjoe.12116. Link.

 

170. Arun, S., S. Ammin, and T. Arun.  (2015). Do All Networks ‘Work’? The Mediating Role of Social Networks on Consumption Expenditure in India. Sociology, 50(3), 522-541. doi: 10.1177/0038038515583638. Link.

 

169. Ashely, L.D., C. Mcloughlin, M. Aslam, J. Engel, J. Wales, S. Rawal, R. Batley, G. Kingdon, S. Nicolai, and P. Rose. (2015). What we know – and don’t know – about the impact of private schooling in developing countries. The Education and Development Forum, Critique, March 26thLink.

 

168. Azam, M. (2015). Intergenerational Educational Persistence among Daughters: Evidence from India. The BE Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, 16(4).

 

167. Azam, M. and V. Bhatt. (2015). Like Father, Like Son? Intergenerational Education Mobility in India. Demography 52(6), 1929-1959. 

 

166. Banerjee, S. (2015). Emerging Nations: Perspectives on Past Success and Future Challenges. Emerging Economy Studies, 1(2), 163-170.

 

165. Barik, D., T. Agrawal, and S. Desai.  (2015). After the Dividend: Caring for a Greying India. Economic and Political Weekly, 50(24):108-112.

 

164. Chavan, P. (2015). An Assessment of Awareness of MGNREGs: A Case Study of Kolhapur District. Prime International Research Journal, 2(2), 1-11. Link.

 

163. Coffey, D., R. Khera, and D. Spears. (2015). Intergenerational effects of women’s status: Evidence from joint Indian households.  PAA Working Paper. Link.

 

162. Dang, H., and P. Lanjouw. (2015). Poverty Dynamics in India between 2004 and 2012: Insights from Longitudinal Analysis Using Synthetic Panel Data.  Working paper, Poverty and Inequality Group, World Bank. Link.

 

161. Das, D., (2015). Enrollment, Educational Expenditures and Work Among One-Parent Children in India. Marriage & Family Review, Retrieved on 9/8/2015, Link.

 

160. Das, M., S. Kapoor-Mehta, E. O. Tas, and I. Zumbyte. (2015). Scaling the Heights: Social Inclusion and Sustainable Development in Himachal Pradesh. World Bank Group.

 

159. Debnath, S. (2015.) The Impact of Household Structure on Female Autonomy in Developing Countries. The Journal of Development Studies, 51(5), 485-502.

 

158. Dongre, A., and V. Tewary. (2015). Impact of Private Tutoring on Learning Levels: Evidence from India. Available at SSRN: Link.

 

157. Dreze, J. and R. Khera. (2015). Understanding Leakages in the Public Distribution System. Economic & Political Weekly, 50(7), 39-42.

 

156. Dutta, S., L. Kumar. 2015. Is poverty stochastic or structural in nature? Evidence from rural India. Social Indicators Research. Link.

 

155. Dutta, S. (2015).  Identifying Single or Multiple Poverty Trap: An Application to Indian Household Panel Data. Social Indicators Research, 120: 157. doi:10.1007/s11205-014-0586-x

 

154. Fulford, S. (2015).  Marriage migration in India: Vast, varied, and misunderstood. Boston College of Economics. Working paper online: Link.

 

153. Gille, V. (2015). Distribution of human capital and income: An empirical study on Indian States. Journal of Macroeconomics, 43(3),  239-256.

 

152. Golandaj, J. A., and K. Jain. (2015). Lifestyle Diseases a Matter of Concern for Elderly Women in India. Indian Journal of Gerontology, 29(2), 198–215.

 

151. Jumrani, J., and P.S. Birthal. (2015). Livestock, Women, and Child Nutrition in Rural India. Agricultural Economics Research Review, 28(2), 223-246.

 

150. Klasen, D., J. Pieters. (2015). What explains the stagnation of female labor force participation in urban India?. World Bank Economic Review, 29(3), 449-478.

 

149. Lawson, N., and D. Spears. (2015). What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Poorer: Adult Wages and Early-Life Mortality in India. Economics & Human Biology, 21(2), 1-16. Available online 23 November 2015.

 

148. Lui, A., D. Balasubramaniam, and A.F. Hunt. (2015). Does Access to Water Matter? A Study on the nutritional status of primary-aged children in India.  Journal of Public Health, 37 (3).

 

147. Maiorano, D. (2015). The Politics of Economic Reforms in India. In the Routledge Handbook of Contemporary India, Knut A. Jacobsen, (Ed.), Chapter 13.

 

146. Mohapatra, S. and L. Simon. (2015). Intra-household bargaining over household technology adoption. Review of Economics of the Household, pp.1-28. doi: 10.1007/s11150-015-9318-5Link.

 

145. Murugesan, S. (2015). Does Medium of Instruction matter? A propensity score analysis of the effect of English Medium Education on students learning outcomes in India. (Master’s Thesis), Oregon State University. Link.

 

144. Nath, P. (2015). Increasing Economic Inequality in India and Policy Suggestion. Available at SSRN:http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2568782

 

143. Panda, S. (2015). Farmer education and household agricultural income in rural India. International Journal of Social Economics, 42(6), 514-429.

 

142. Panda, S. (2015). Political connections and elite capture in a poverty alleviation programme in India. The Journal of Development Studies, 51(1), 50-65.

 

141. Patel, S., K.M. Narayan, and S.A. Cunningham. (2015). Unhealthy weight among children and adults in India: Urbanicity and the crossover in underweight and overweight. Annals of Epidemiology, 25(5), 336-341.

 

140. Roy, P., and A. Choudhury. (2015). Estimation of Influence of some Modifiable Risk Factors on Chronic Diseases Based on IHDS Data. Journal Assam Science Society, 56(1), 12-32.Link.

 

139. Singh, A. and H. Madhavan. (2015). Traditional vs. non-traditional healing for minor and major morbidities in India: uses, cost and quality comparisons. Tropical Medicine & International Health, 20: 1223–1238. doi: 10.1111/tmi.12540.

 

138. Sinha, D. (2015). Cash for Food – A Misplaced Idea. Economic and Political Weekly, 50(16). Link.

 

137. Smith, L. C. (2015). The great Indian Calorie Debate: Explaining rising undernourishment during India’s rapid economic growth. Food Policy, 50, 53-67.

 

136. Dahiya, S., and B. Viswanathan. (2015). Women’s Malnutrition in India: The Role of Economic and Social Status. Margin: The Journal of Applied Economic Research, 9(3), 306-332.

 

135. Sorsa, P. (2015). Raising the Economic Participation of Women in India: A New Growth Engine? OECD Economics Department Working Papers, No. 1185, OECD Publishing. http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/5js6g5kvpd6j-en

 

134. Sorsa, P., et al.  (2015). Determinants of the Low Female Labour Force Participation in India. OECD Economics Department Working Papers, No. 1207, OECD Publishing, Paris. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/5js30tvj21hh-en

 

133. Steinberg, M. 2015. On the Demand for Education in India. (Doctoral dissertation), Harvard University, Graduate School of Arts & Sciences. Link.

 

132. Stroope, S. (2015).  Disease and Dowry: Community Context, Gender, and Adult Health in India. Social Forces, 93(4), 1599-1623. Link.

 

131. Stroope, S. (2015). Seclusion, decision-making power, and gender disparities in adult health: Examining hypertension in India. Social Science Research, 53, 288-299.

 

130. Viswanathan, B., G. David, S. Vepa, and R.V. Bhavani. 2015. Dietary Diversity and Women’s BMI among Farm Households in Rural India. Lansa Working Paper Series, Vol. 2015, No. 03. Link

 

129. Xia, H., K. Nagaraj, J. Chen, and M.V. Marathe. 2015. Synthesis of a high resolution social contact network for Delhi with application to pandemic planning. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine. 65(2), 113-130.

 

128. Wei, FangHsun. (2015). Modeling Women's Reproductive Health in India: Implications for Policy. Social Development Issues, 37(3), 45-52.

 

 

2014

 

127. Agrawal, T. (2014). Gender and caste-based wage discrimination in India: some recent evidence. Journal for Labour Market Research, 47(4), 329-340.

 

126. Ahmad, S., M. V. Mathai, and G. Pawrayil. (2014). Household electricity access, availability and human well-being: Evidence from India. Energy Policy, 69(6), 308-315.

 

125. Bhatnagar, N. and A. Das. (2014). Attitudes of secondary school teachers towards inclusive education in New Delhi, India.  Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs, 14(4), 255–263. doi:10.1111/1471-3802.12016

 

124. Borooah, V. K., D. Diwakar, and N.S. Sabharwal. (2014). Evaluating the Social Orientation of the Integrated Child Development Services Programme. Economic & Political Weekly, 49(12), 53.

 

123. Chakravorty, U., M. Pelli, and B. Marchand. (2014). Does the quality of electricity matter? Evidence from rural India. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 107(Part A), 228-247.doi: 10.1016/j.jebo.2014.04.011. Link.

 

122. Chudgar, Amita. (2014). The promise and challenges of using mobile phones for adult literacy: Data from one Indian state. International Journal of Educational Development, 34, 20-29.

 

121. Duh, J. I. (2014). Essays on Health and Healthcare in Developing Economies, (PH.D.) Princeton University. Retrieved from Link.

 

120. Rosenblum, D. (2014). Economic Incentives for Sex-Selective Abortion in India. CCHIE Working Paper. Canadian Centre for Health Economics. Retrieved from Link.

 

119. Fulford, S. (2014). Returns to education in India. World Development, 59(7), 434-450. Link.

 

118. Geruso, M., and D. Spears. (2014). Sanitation and health externalities: Resolving the Muslim Mortality Paradox. Working Paper. Link.

 

117. Khandker, S. R., H.A. Samad, R. Ali, and D.F. Barnes. (2014). Who Benefits Most from Rural Electrification?: Evidence in India. Energy Journal, 35 (2), 75-96. doi: 10.5547/01956574.35.2.4. Link.

 

116. Pathak, P.K., N. Tripathi, V. Subramanian. (2014). Secular Trends in Menarcheal Age in India-Evidence from the Indian Human Development Survey, 10(1371)

 

115. Kaul, T. (2014). Household Responses to Policy and Social Norms in ndia. (Dissertation), University of Maryland Department of Economics. Link.

 

114. Kumar, S., R. Molitor, and S. Vollmer. (2014). Children of drought: Rainfall shocks and early child health in rural India. Retrieved from SSRN Link

 

113. Mani, S., J. R. Behrman, S. Galab, and P. P. Reddy. (2014.) Impact of the NREGS on Schooling and Intellectual Human Capital. GCC Working Paper Series, GCC 14-01.University of Pennsylvania. 

 

112. Nagavarapu, S., and S. Sekhri. (2014). Politics off the grid: political competition, regulatory control, and allocation of natural resources. Unpublished Manuscript. Working Paper. Brown University, University of Virginia.  Retrieved from Link.

 

111. Oldiges, C. (2014). Cereal Consumption Engel Curves and Income in India. In S. O. Wolf, P. Casaca, A. J. Flanagan & C. Rodrigues (Eds.), The Merits of Regional Cooperation: The Case of South Asia (pp. 95-116). Cham: Springer International Publishing.

 

110. Pandey, M. K. (2014). Demand and Targeting of Kisan Credit Card Scheme in India. MANTHAN: Journal of Commerce and Management, 1(1), 35-58. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.17492/manthan.v1i1.2432

 

109. Pillai, V. K. and R. Gupta. (2014). Adolescent Girls and Health in India. In International Handbook of Adolescent Pregnancy, Springer: 341-357.

 

108. Rani, G.P. (2014): Disparities in earnings and education in India. Cogent Economics & Finance, 2: 941510.

 

107. Raushan, R., and R. Mutharayappa (2014). Social Disparity in Curative Care: Determining Factors across Social Groups in Rural India.  Journal of Social and Economic Development, 16(2), 204-225.

 

106. Roy, S., and S. Roy. (2014). Inter-State Income Inequality in India. Journal of Indian Economy, 1(2), 51-56. Link.

 

105. Saharia, P. (2014). Labor Versus Learning:  Explaining the State-wise Variation of Child Labor in India.  (Doctoral Dissertation in Political Science), the University of Kentucky. Retrieved from Link.

 

104. Sekhri, S., and S. Debnath. (2014). Intergenerational Consequences of Early Age Miscarriages of Girls: Effect on Children's Human Capital. The Journal of Development Studies, 50(12), 1670-1686.

 

103. Shonchoy, A.S., and P.R. Junankar. (2014). The informal labor market in India: Transitory or permanent employment for migrants? IZA Journal of Labor and Development, 3(9), 1-27. Link.

 

102. Sheikh, R. I. (2014). Energy and women's economic empowerment: Rethinking the benefits of improved cookstove use in rural India. (Master of Public Policy),  Georgetown University. Retrieved from Link.

 

101. Singh, A. (2014). Test score gaps between private and government sector students at school entry age in India. Oxford Review of Education, 40(1), 30-49.

 

100. South, S.J., K. Trent, and S. Bose. (2014). Skewed sex ratios and criminal victimization in India. Demography, 51(3), 1019-1040.

 

99. Story, W. T. (2014). Social capital and the utilization of maternal and child health services in India: A multilevel analysis. Health & place, 28, 73-84.

 

98. Wang, W., G. Xie, and L. Hao. (2014). Rural Panel Surveys in Developing Countries: A Selective Review. Economic and Political Studies, 2(02), 151-177.

 

97. Yadav, P. N., S. Goli, A. Perianayagam, and M.A.P. Ladumai. (2014). Employment, chronic disease prevalence and medical care among the older population in India: an assessment of linkages. Quality in Ageing and Older Adults, 15(2), 76-89.

 

 

2013

 

96. Agrawal, T. (2013). Are There Glass-Ceiling and Sticky-Floor Effects in India? An Empirical Examination. Oxford Development Studies, 41(3), 322-342.

 

95. Sharma, A. (2013). Essays on Fertility and Sex Ratios in India. Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Economics, Columbia University. Doctor of Philosophy. Link.

 

94. Azam, M., A. Chin, and N. Prakash. (2013). The Returns to English-Language Skills in India. Economic Development and Cultural Change, 61(2): 335-367.

 

93. Azam, M., and G. Kingdon (2013). Are Girls the Fairer Sex in India? Revisiting Intra-Household Allocation of Education Expenditure. World Development, 42, 143-164.

 

92. Azam, M. (2013). Intergenerational Occupational Mobility in India. Available at SSRN: Link

 

91. Banik, A. (2013). Three Essays on Health Economics. (Doctoral Dissertations). Paper 148. Link.

 

90. Bros, C., and V. K. Borooah. (2013). Confidence in Public Bodies, and Electoral Participation in India. European Journal of Development Research, 25(4), 557-583.

 

89. Dutta, S. (2013). Poverty to Vulnerability in Indian Rural States: An Asset‐Based Approach. Poverty & Public Policy 5(2): 146-161.

 

88. Fulford, S. (2013). Marriage Migration in India. Working Paper (No. 820). Boston College 1-39.

 

87. Gaiha, R., et al. (2013). Diets, Nutrition and Poverty: The Indian Experience. Handbook of food, politics and society. R. J. Herring. New York, Oxford University Press.

 

86. Gaiha, R., R. Jha and V.S. Kulkarni. (2013). How Pervasive is Eating Out in India? Journal of Asian and African Studies, 48(3): 370-386.

 

85. Garroway, C. (2013). How Much Do Small Old Age Pensions and Widows’ Pensions Help the Poor in India?: An ex-post evaluation of the National Social Assistance Programme and implications for its planned reform.  Working paper United Nations ESCAP. Link.

 

84. Golandaj, J. A., S. Goli, and K.C. Das. (2013). Living arrangements among older population and perceptions on old age assistance among adult population in India. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 33(5/6): 367-379. Link.

 

83. Goli, S., D. Singh and T. Sekher. (2013). Exploring the Myth of Mixed Marriages in India: Evidence from a Nation-wide Survey. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 44(2): 193-206. Link.

 

 

82. Gupta, P., U. Das, and A. Singh. (2013). Child Disability and Maternal Work Participation: New Evidence from India. Economics Discussion Papers, No 2013-6, Kiel Institute for the World Economy. Link.

 

81. Jain, M., and P. K. Bala (2013). Data Mining For Social Research: A Study of Nutritious Food Consumption of Indian Households. International Journal of Innovative Research and Development. Special Issue, 2 (12), 20-25.

 

80. Gouda, J., Chandra Das, K., Goli, S., and M. A. P. Ladumai. (2013). Government versus private primary schools in India: An assessment of physical infrastructure, schooling costs and performance. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 33(11/12), 708 – 724.

 

79. Kazuya, W. (2013). Changes in Employment Structures and Investments in Children’s Education: Evidence from Rural India. PRIMCED Discussion Paper Series. Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University.  Retrieved from Link.

 

78. Kulkarni, V. S., et al. (2013). Double burden of malnutrition: Why are Indian women likely to be underweight and obese? Working Paper, BWPI, the University of Manchester.

 

77. Kuntla, S., S. Goli, T.V. Sekher and R. Doshi. (2013). Consanguineous marriages and their effects on pregnancy outcomes in India. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 33(7/8), 437

 

76. Ladusingh, L. (2013). Lifecycle deficit, intergenerational public and familial support systems in India. Asian Population Studies, 9(1), 78-100.

 

75. Mathur, A., and S. Slavov. (2013). Escaping domestic violence: Empowering women through employment, earnings, and wealth in India. American Enterprise Institute (AEI) Working Paper series 2013-03.

 

74. Mukerji, S., and M. Walton. (2013). Learning the Right Lessons: Measurement, Experimentation and the Need to Turn India’s Right to Education Act Upside-Down. India Infrastructure Report 2012: Private Sector in Education, (pp 109-126). IDFC Foundation.

 

73. Mukhopadhyay, S. (2013). Do Public Services Reach the Worst Affected Children in Rural India? An Investigation Applying the Quantile Regression Method. Child Indicators Research, 6(3), 527-546.

 

72. Nambissan, G. B. (2013). Low-Cost Private Schools for the Poor in India Some Reflections. India Infrastructure Report 2012: Private Sector in Education. (pp.8493), IDFC Foundation.

 

71. Pachauri, S., and N. D. Rao. (2013). Gender impacts and determinants of energy poverty: are we asking the right questions? Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 5(2), 205-215.

 

70. Ladumai, M.A.P. and S. Goli. (2013). Burden of multiple disabilities among the older population in India: an assessment of socioeconomic differentials. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 33(1/2): 63-76. Link.

 

69. Prasad, K. (2013). A Comparison of Victim-Reported and Police-Recorded Crime in India. Economic and Political Weekly, vol. 48(33), 47-53.

 

68. Rao, N. D. (2013). Does (better) electricity supply increase household enterprise income in India? Energy Policy 57(6), 532-541.

 

67. Roy, C. (2013). Child-rights & child development in India - a socio-economic analysis under regional perspective.  Human Rights in India No. ISBN: 978-8186772591

 

66. Singariya, M.R. (2013). Sex Ratio Patterns and Family Dynamics in India: An Econometric Investigation. Developing Country Studies, 3(2), 119-127. Link.

 

65. Singh, A., and S. Gaurav. (2013). Television Exposure and Academic Skills of Children: New Findings from India. Journal of Communication Technology and Human Behavior, 1, 1-24. 

 

64. Singh, A., S. Gaurav, and U. Das (2013). Household Headship and Academic Skills of Indian Children: A Special Focus on Gender Disparities. European Journal of Population, 29(4), 445-466.

 

63. Singh, R., and S. Patra. (2013). Differentials in the Utilization of Antenatal Care Services in EAG states of India. International Research Journal of Social Sciences, 2(11): 28-32. Link.

 

62. Tabarrok, A. (2013). Private Education in India: A Novel Test of Cream Skimming. Contemporary Economic Policy 31(1), 1-12. doi: 10.1111/j.1465-7287.2011.00286.x. Link.

 

 

2012

 

61. Banerji, R. and W. Wadhwa. (2012). Every Child in School and Learning Well in India: Investigating the Implications of School Provision and Supplemental Help. India Infrastructure Report 2012: Private Sector in Education. IDFC Foundation. India, Routledge: 52-63. Link.

 

60. Agrawal, T. (2012). Returns to education in India: Some Recent Evidence. Journal of Quantitative Economics, 10(2), 131-151. Link.

 

59. Alakshendra, A. (2012). Essays on Development and Regional Economics. (Ph.D. Thesis), Department of Economics, Kansas State University. Link.

 

58. Arokiasamy P, D. Bloom, J. Lee, K. Feeney, and M. Ozolins. (2012). “Longitudinal Aging Study in India: Vision, Design, Implementation, and Preliminary Findings.” In National Research Council (US) Panel on Policy Research and Data Needs to Meet the Challenge of Aging in Asia; Smith JP, Majmundar M, editors. Aging in Asia: Findings from New and Emerging Data Initiatives. Washington (DC): National Academies Press (US); 3.

 

57. Khamis, M., N. Prakash, and Z. Siddique. (2012). Consumption and social identity: Evidence from India. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 83(3), 353-371. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jebo.2012.07.002

 

56. Bhagowalia, P., D. Headey and S. Kadiyala. (2012). Agriculture, Income, and Nutrition Linkages in India. IFPRI Discussion Papers (No. 01195). The International Food Policy Research Institute. Link.

 

55. Borooah, V. K. (2012). Social Identity and Educational Attainment: The Role of Caste and Religion in Explaining Differences between Children in India. Journal of Development Studies, 48(7), 887-903.

 

54. Borooah, V. K. and C. Bros (2012). The Distribution of Social Capital, Confidence in Public Bodies, and Electoral Participation in India. Working Paper (NO. 2012-05-ccr). Condorcet Center for Political Economy.

 

53. Chakravorty, U., M.P. Beyza and U. Marchandx. (2012). Impacts of Reliable Electricity Supply: Evidence from India. 8th Annual Conference on Economic Growth and Development. Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi 110016. Link.

 

52. Chudgar, A., and E. Quin. (2012). Relationship between private schooling and achievement: Results from rural and urban India. Economics of Education Review, 31(4), 376-390. Link.

 

51. Das, I. (2012). Gender-Differentiated Health and Related Impacts of Improved Cooking Technologies in Rural India. (Master of Public Policy Thesis), Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University.

 

50. Dreze, J., and R. Khera. (2012). Regional Patterns of Human and Child Deprivation in India. Economic and Political Weekly, 47(39), 42-49. Link.

 

49. Frijters, P. and A. Sharma (2012). Dowry-Stature Link: Theory & Evidence. Presented at 41st Australian Conference of Economists. Melbourne, Australia. Link.

 

48. Gaiha, R., et al. (2012). Has Dietary Transition Slowed Down in India: An Analysis Based on 50th, 61st and 66th Rounds of NSS. Discussion Paper Series. Research Institute for Economics & Business Administration, Kobe University.

 

47. Iyer, L., A. Mani, M. Prachi, and P. Toplova. (2012). The Power of Political Voice: Women’s Political representation and crime in India. American Economic Journal, 4(4), 165-193.

 

46. Khandker, S.R., D. F. Barnes, and H. A. Samad. (2012). Are the energy poor also income poor? Evidence from India.  Energy Policy, 47(8), 1-12. doi: 10.1016/j.enpol.2012.02.028. Link.

 

45. Kishore, A., and D. Spears. (2012). Clean cooking fuel, women’s intrahousehold status, and son preference in rural India. Presented at Population Association of America Annual Meeting Program, San Francisco, CA. Link.

 

44. Kuntla, S., et al. (2012). Revisiting Consanguineous Marriages and their Effect on Pregnancy Outcomes in India: Evidences from a Nation-wide Survey. Presented at Population Association of America Annual Meeting Program, San Francisco, CA.

 

43. Motiram, S., and A. Singh. (2012). How Close Does the Apple Fall to the Tree? Some Evidence from India on Intergenerational Occupational Mobility. Economic & Political Weekly 47(40), 56-65. Link.

 

42. Oldiges, C. (2012). Cereal Consumption and Per Capita Income in India. Economic & Political Weekly 47(6), 63-71.

 

41. Patra, S., et al. (2012). Health Knowledge of Mother and Its association with Child Morbidity, Medical Care and Medical Care Expenditure in India. Presented at Population Association of America Annual Meeting Program, San Francisco, CA.

 

40. Gaiha, R., N. Kaicker, K. Imai, V. S. Kulkarni, and G. Thapa. (2012). Diet Diversification and Diet Quality in India: An Analysis. Discussion Paper Series, RIEB, Kobe University. Link.

 

39. Mondal, K., C. Shekhar, and S. Sarkar. (2012). Living Arrangements and Health Well Being among Elderly Women in India. Middle East Journal of Age and Ageing 9(5), 29-36. Link.

 

38. Singh, A. (2012). Measuring inequality of poverty: theory and an application to India.  Journal of Poverty, 16(1), 96-118. doi: 10.1080/10875549.2011.639860.

 

37. Spears, D. (2012). Height and Cognitive Achievement among Indian Children. Economics & Human Biology, 10(2), 210-219.

 

36. Viswanathan, B. (2012). Counting Undernourished Children. Economic and Political Weekly, 47(20), 20-23.

 

35. Yatsu, M. (2012). The Impact of Anganwadi Centers’ Services on Infant Survival in India. The Public Purpose, School of Public Affairs, American University Vol. X (Spring 2012). Retrieved from Link.

 

34. Zimmermann, L. (2012). Reconsidering Gender Bias in Intra-household Allocation in India. Journal of Development Studies 48(1), 151-163.

 

33. Gille, V. (2012). Education spillovers: empirical evidence in rural India. Indian Growth and Development Review 5(1): 4-24. Link.

 

 

2011

 

32. Choi, S. K. (2011). Confidence in medical services and immunization against tuberculosis in India. (Master of Public Policy), Department of Public Policy, Georgetown University, Washington DC. Link.

31. Bhagowalia, P., and P. Gupta. (2011). Nutritional status and access to clean fuels: Evidence from South Asia. Presented at AAEA & NAREA Joint Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

30. Dommaraju, P. (2011). Marriage and Fertility Dynamics in India. Asia-Pacific Population Journal 26(2):21-38.

 

29. Gaiha, R., R. Jha and V.S. Kulkarni. (2011). Obesity, affluence and urbanisation in India. Retrieved from SSRN: Link.

 

28. Gaiha, R., R. Jha and V.S. Kulkarni. (2011). Regional case study: R4 Diets, Malnutrition and Disease in India, Foresight Project on Global Food and Farming Futures (pp. 1-62: London: Government Centre for Science.

 

27. Girard, V. (2011). The impact of inter-group relationships on intra-group cooperation. A case study in rural India. Presented at the German Development Economics Conference. Berlin.

 

26. Goli, S. (2011). Conundrums in Public Distribution System in India: An Assessment by States and Social Groups. Indian Development Review 9(2), 301-310. Link.

 

25. Iyengar, R. (2011). Social capital as a determinant of school participation in rural India: A mixed methods study. (PHD), Economics, Teacher's College, Columbia University. Link.

 

24. Kumar, R. (2011). Implications of “Energy Poverty “of the poor in India. (Master of Environmental Management), Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University. Retrieved from Link.

 

23. Maitra, P., S. Pal, and A. Sharma. (2011). Reforms, Growth and Persistence of Gender Gap: Recent Evidence from Private School Enrollment in India. (IZA Discussion Paper No. 6135). Available at SSRN: Link.  

 

22. Montag, J. (2011). Is Pro-Labor Law Pro-Women? Evidence from India. SSRN. Link.

 

21. Narayana, M. R. (2011). Lifecycle Deficit and Public Age Reallocations for India’s Elderly Population: Evidence and Implications Based on National Transfer Accounts. Journal of Population Ageing 4(4), 207-230.

 

20. Po, J. Y. T. and S. V. Subramanian. (2011). Mortality burden and socioeconomic status in India. PLOS one 6(2). Link.

 

19. Rahman, M. H., and A. Singh. (2011). Socio-economic inequalities in the risk of diseases and associated risk factors in India. Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology 3(11), 520-528.

 

18. Singh, A. (2011). Family background, academic ability and associated inequality of opportunity in India. Economics Bulletin 31(2), 1463-1473.

 

17. Victoire, G. (2011). Inter-group Relationships and Cooperative Behaviors. A Case Study in Rural India. Winter School - Center for Development Economics, Delhi School of Economics, New Delhi.

 

 

2010

 

16. Barker, M.D. (2010). The effect of reservations on caste persistence in India. (Masters of Public Policy), Georgetown University. Retrieved from Link

 

15. Dutta, P., S. Howes and R. Murgai. (2010). Small but effective: India’s targeted unconditional cash transfers. Economic & Political Weekly, 45(52), 63-70. Link.

 

14. Gaiha, R., R. Jha, and V.S. Kulkarni. (2010). Child Undernutrition in India. Available at SSRN: Link1 or Link2

 

13. Gaiha, R., R. Jha, and V.S. Kulkarni. (2010). Diets, Nutrition and Poverty: The Indian Experience. Available at SSRN: Link1 or Link2.

 

12. Khandker, S. R., F. B. Douglas, and A. S. Hussain. (2010). Energy Poverty in Rural and Urban India Are the Energy Poor Also Income Poor? The World Bank Policy Research Working Paper. Link.

 

11. Singh, A. (2010). The Returns to Education and Occupational Choice in India. International Student Conference, Izmir University of Economics.

 

10. Singh, A. (2010). Inequality of Opportunity: Application to India. Working paper no.32993 Munich Personal RePEc Archive. Retrieved January 12, 2012 from Link.

 

09. Venkataraman, C., A.D. Sagar, G. Habib, N. Lam, and K.R. Smith. (2010). The Indian National Initiative for Advanced Biomass Cookstoves: the benefits of clean consumption. Energy for Sustainable Development, 14 (2), 63-72. Link.

 

 

2009

 

08. Gaiha, R., R. Jha and V.S. Kulkarni. (2009). Who Has Most Say in Cooking? Available at SSRN: Link.

 

07. Kelly, D.M. (2009). Evaluating financial incentives for girls' education: evidence from a natural experiment in Tamil Nadu, India. (Master of Public Policy), Georgetown University. Link. 

 

06. Kumar, S. (2009). Violence and Conflict Negotiation: Exploring the Roles of Geography and Culture. Working Paper. University of Memphis. Link.

 

05. Langer, A. (2009). Socioeconomic Status and Social Capital Levels of Microcredit Program Participants in India. (Master of Public Policy), Hubert H Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota. Link.

 

04. Munshi, K. and M. Rosenzweig. (2009). Why is mobility in India so low? Social insurance, inequality, and growth. NBER Working Paper, National Bureau of Economic Research. Link.

 

03. Narayana, M.R. (2009). Contribution of informal economy for First Demographic Dividend: Evidence and Implications for India. Paper presented at Special IARIW-SAIM Conference, Kathmandu, Nepal.  Link.

 

02. Zhang, Y. (2009). Household Energy Use, Indoor Air Pollution and Health Impacts in India: A Welfare Analysis. (Ph.D. Thesis), Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maryland, College Park. Link.

 

01. Zigova, K., R. Fuchs, L. Jiang, B.C. O’Neill and S. Pachauri. (2009). Household survey data used in calibrating the Population-Environment-Technology model. IIASA Interim Report. International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria: IR-09-046. Link