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J. Das - Other Publications

 

Research Topics

 

Misc. Resources

 

  • Resources on the quality of medical advice project, including questionnaires and surveyor manuals.
  • Learning and Educational Achievements in Punjab Schools longitudinal educational survey website. The site includes links to all publications from the project, questionnaires for all 4 years of the panel, and data from the first year of the panel.
  • Resources on the Expenditure and Service Delivery Survey in Zambia, including questionnaires and surveyor manuals.

 

Health

 

 

The next 3 papers are part of a symposium in the journal Health Affairs on practice-quality variation in low-income countries. Read the Press release here

 

Education

 

 

Disasters

 

  • Co-Founder, website www.risepak.com, providing aid in relief and recovery from 2005 earthquake in Pakistan
    • Awarded Stockholm Challenge Award for best project in Public Administration Category, 2006. Press Release.
  • Assessment of the Pakistan Post-Earthquake Activities for Recovery and Rehabilitation (APPEAR) forthcoming October 2008.

 

Other

 

 

Reports and Notes

 

  • Quality of Medical Care in Private and Public Sectors. Development Research Economics Research Brief, Human Development and Public Services Group, The World Bank. 2006
  • Health Service Delivery in Paraguay: A Review of Quality of Care and Policies on Human Resources and User Fees.” with D. Dulitzky and T. Sohnesen, World Bank Report #33416-PY, World Bank, Washington DC. 2006
  • Public and Private Funding in Zambian Basic Education: Rules Vs. Discretion” with S. Dercon, J. Habyarimana and P. Krishnan, Africa Human Development Working Paper Series #62. (Report incorporated in PEMFAR Zambia, 2004).
  • “Test Feasibility Report” with T. Andrabi and S. Khwaja, Background Technical Report for Pakistan Education Project, World Bank, 2003.
  • "Weekly Morbidity Survey Documentation and Questionnaires”, with C. Sánchez, Working Paper, Institute for Socio-Economic Research on Development and Democracy, Delhi. 2000.



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