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Desai co-authors brief on health insurance inequities in India
Many Indians do not take advantage of their insurance coverage
Located in Research / Selected Research
Desai leads establishment of National Data Innovation Centre in New Delhi
Far-reaching program will stimulate research, support graduate student development in India and U.S.
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Developing Nations: "Our Pollution is Your Consumption"
MPRC Faculty Associate Klaus Hubacek demonstrates how material consumption in rich countries is fueled by pollution and environmental destruction in the developing world
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Article Reference Troff document (with manpage macros)Developing population health scientists: Findings from an evaluation of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society Scholars Program
HIGHLIGHTS: RWJF Health & Society Scholars (HSS) program outcomes evaluated. HSS alumni have higher scholarly productivity and impact than control group. HSS alumni are more engaged in population health research than controls. HSS alumni and controls are similar on other outcome measures. Training programs can be evaluated with adequate attention to selection bias.
Located in MPRC People / Christine Bachrach, Ph.D. / Christine Bachrach Publications
Devon Payne-Sturges on air pollution and child health
Absent federal policy, the state of Maryland can implement policies to protect children’s health
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Dynamism diminished: The role of housing markets and credit conditions
John Haltiwanger looks at the effect of housing market shocks on young businesses and start-ups
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Early Home Experiences of Young Latino Boys
Why research on low-income Latino children really matters
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Effects of Depression on Contraceptive Behavior
Julia Steinberg will use an NICHD K01 grant to investigate the impact of depression throughout the reproductive cycle
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Empirical evidence on the unintended consequences of the one-child policy in terms of child trafficking in China
Implementation of the one-child policy and deep-rooted cultural preference for boys have together significantly increased both child abandonment and child abduction in China
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Engaging Women in the Market for Mobile Money
Faculty Associate Jessica Goldberg awarded National Science Foundation three-year grant to examine questions of participation and impact for women
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