Tag Archives: Rohini Pande

Why are Indian children so short? Pande’s research makes news.

pandeHarvard Pop Center’s Executive Committee Member Rohini Pande, PhD, has co-authored a working paper published by the National Bureau of Economic Research that explores the role that India’s culture of eldest son preference may play in stunting. The working paper has received media attention in the The Hindu, Quartz, and Scroll.in.

Air pollution in India reducing life expectancy for 660 million by 3.2 years

pandeRohini 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.

Pande quoted in The Times of India article on high level of air pollution in Ludhiana

Rohini Pande, Ph.D., Mohammed Kamal Professor of Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School and a Pop Center faculty member, was quoted in this article in The Times of India on the health worries associated with the air pollution being twice as high in the city of Ludhiana as recommended by the World Health Organization.

Pande’s Oped in NYT on Pollution in India

Rohini Pande, Ph.D., Mohammed Kamal Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School and a Pop Center faculty member co-wrote an oped piece in the New York Times on pollution in India, drawing attention to health costs.

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/02/10/opinion/indias-particulate-problem.html?smid=tw-share&_r=0