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Monica Das Gupta

Consultant

MONICA DAS GUPTA is a Senior Demographer in the Development Research Group of the World Bank. Trained in demography and social anthropology at the London School of Economics and IDS Sussex, she has worked extensively on issues of population, public health, and gender.   Before joining the Bank, she worked at the National Council of Applied Economic Research, New Delhi, and at the Harvard University Center for Population and Development Studies.

The list below is of World Bank working papers and publications. You can also see (and in some cases download) other documents by this author.      

World Bank Research Dataset

Deposit Insurance around the World: A Comprehensive Database
Policies and Institutions that Promote Saving: module 1 (National saving)

World Bank working papers and publications

1 .?Missing girls? in the south Caucasus countries : trends, possible causes, and policy options
2 .The World Bank research observer 29 (1)
3 .The World Bank research observer 29 (1)
4 .The World Bank economic review 28 (2)
5 .The World Bank economic review 28 (2)
6 .Population, poverty, and climate change
7 .Multisectoral preventive health services in Sri Lanka : lessons for developing countries in providing public goods in health
8 .Violent conflict and gender inequality : an overview
9 .Population, poverty, and sustainable development : a review of the evidence
10 .China's marriage market and upcoming challenges for elderly men
11 .Family systems, political systems, and Asia's 'missing girls' : the construction of son preference and its unraveling
12 .How might India's public health systems be strengthened ?
13 .The World Bank economic review 23 (3)
14 .How to improve public health systems : lessons from Tamil Nadu
15 .How can donors help build global public goods in health ?
16 .Is there an incipient turnaround in Asia's "missing girls" phenomenon ?
17 .The political economy of village sanitation in south India : capture or poor information ?
18 .Does Hepatitis B infection or son preference explain the bulk of gender imbalance in China ? : a review of the evidence
19 .Why is son preference declining in South Korea ? the role of development and public policy, and the implications for China and India
20 .Public health in India : an overview
21 .Improving child nutrition outcomes in India : can the integrated child development services be more effective?
22 .India's public health system - how well does it function at the National level?
23 .Public management and essential public health functions
24 .Governance of communicable disease control services : a case study and lessons from India
25 .Why is son preference so persistent in East and South Asia? a cross-country study of China, India, and the Republic of Korea
26 .Informe sobre el desarrollo mundial 2000/2001 : lucha contra la pobreza
27 .Rapport sur le developpement dans le monde 2000/2001 : combattre la pauvrete
28 .Relatorio sobre o desenvolvimento mundial 2000/2001 : luta contra a pobreza
29 .World development report 2000/2001 : attacking poverty
30 .World development report 2000/2001 : attacking poverty
31 .State policies and women's autonomy in China, India, and the Republic of Korea, 1950-2000 : lessons from contrasting experiences
32 .State-community synergies in development : laying the basis for collective action
33 .World development report 2000/2001 : attacking poverty - overview
34 .World development report 2000/2001 : attacking poverty - overview
35 .World development report 2000/2001 : attacking poverty
36 .World development report 2000/2001 : attacking poverty
37 .Rapport sur le d�veloppement dans le monde 2000-2001 : combattre la pauvret� - abr�g�
38 .Informe sobre el desarrollo mundial 2000-2001 : lucha contra la pobreza - panorama general
39 .Gender bias in China, the Republic of Korea, and India 1920-90 - effects of war, famine, and fertility decline
40 .Liberte, egalite, fraternite : exploring the role of governance in fertility decline
41 .Lifeboat ethics versus corporate ethics - social and demographic implications of stem and joint families




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