GEH Research Papers in Peer-reviewed Journals

  1. Development of the India Patriarchy Index: validation and testing of temporal and spatial flash
  2. Planning for work: Exploring the relationship between contraceptive use and women’s sector-specific employment in India.
  3. Factors Influencing the Sex Ratio at Birth in India: A New Analysis based on Births Occurring between 2005 and 2016.
  4. Household sanitation access and risk for non-marital sexual violence among a nationally representative sample of women in India, 2015-16.
  5. Application of machine learning to understand child marriage in India.
  6. Releasing the Tide How Has a Shock to the Acceptability of Gender-Based Sexual Violence Affected Rape Reporting to Police in India?
  7. Financial inclusion and intimate partner violence: What does the evidence suggest?
  8. Exploring the relationship between spousal violence during pregnancy and subsequent postpartum spacing contraception among first-time mothers in India.
  9. Associations Between Sex Composition of Older Siblings and Infant Mortality in India from 1992 to 2016.
  10. Does owning a bank account improve reproductive and maternal health services utilization and behavior in India? Evidence from the National Family Health Survey 2015–16.
  11. More than credit: Exploring associations between microcredit programs and maternal and reproductive health service utilization in India.
  12. Gender Differences in the Associations between Informal Caregiving and Wellbeing in Low- and Middle-Income Countries.
  13. Access to women physicians and uptake of reproductive, maternal and child health services in India.
  14. Gender Bias in Hospitalization Financing from Borrowings, Selling of Assets, Contribution from Relatives or Friends in India.
  15. Short interpregnancy interval and low birth weight births in India: Evidence from National Family Health Survey 2015-16.
  16. Mapping the patchwork: Exploring the subnational heterogeneity of child marriage in India.
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