This study uses National Sample Survey data to make scientific comparisons to understand the big changes in health and morbidity outcomes for Indian households.
Given that malnutrition has severe economic, health, and social consequences for future generations, foregoing investment into early childhood development is a costly policy mistake.
This paper argues that as a consequence of successive reforms over the past 25 years, there has been significant progress in making interest and exchange rates largely market determined.
This paper exploits the phased roll out of the electronic voting machines in Indian state assembly elections to study its impact on democracy and development.
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