Harvard Pop Center’s Executive Committee and faculty member Rohini Pande, PhD, has co-authored an Op-Ed piece in the New York Times that explores why female labor-force participation is down in India despite economic growth, increasing educational attainment for girls, and decreased fertility rates.
A new new study by Harvard Pop Center visiting scientist Sanjay Mohanty, PhD, that explores and compares poverty levels among non-migrants, intra-state migrants, inter-state migrants, and emigrants in India has been published in the Journal of International Migration and Integration.
Harvard Pop Center Visiting Scientist Sanjay Mohanty, PhD, has co-authored a study published in Economics on the regional estimates of multidimensional poverty in India. Findings suggest that about half of India’s population are multidimensional poor (measured in the dimensions of health, knowledge, income, employment and household environment) with large regional variations.
Harvard Pop Center Visiting Scientist Sanjay Mohanty, PhD, has published a Comment in a special issue of The Journal of the Economics of Ageing dedicated to the economic implications of population aging in China and India, which is co-edited by Pop Center faculty member David Bloom, PhD. The comment is in response to the article Healthy Aging in China, also appearing in this special issue.
Rohini Pande, PhD, director of Harvard Kennedy School’s Evidence for Policy Design and Harvard Pop Center faculty member, is co-author of a special article published in Economic & Political Weekly that reveals the deadly impact of the air quality for 660 million residents in India, and outlines government policies that could help to reduce pollution and increase life expectancy. The findings of the study are explored in this vox.com article.
Harvard Pop Center affiliated faculty member Gita Sen, PhD, was interviewed by Bangladesh’s first Internet newspaper, bdnews24.com, on the importance of a strong public health system to adopt universal health coverage (UHC) to protect people from slipping into poverty.