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Stuti Khemani

Senior Economist

STUTI KHEMANI is a Senior Economist in the Development Research Group of the World Bank. Her area of research is the political economy of public policy choices, and institutional reforms for development. She has studied the impact of electoral politics on fiscal policy and intergovernmental fiscal relations; drawn policy implications for the design of institutions to promote fiscal responsibility; and analyzed political constraints to efficient allocation of public resources for health and education services. She is currently examining the role of mass media and local elections in overcoming political obstacles to development policies. Her research and advisory work spans a diverse range of countries, including Benin, Bolivia, China, India, the Philippines, and Nigeria. She holds a PhD in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

The author's works below are drawn from the World Bank's institutional archives. You can also download other documents by this author and view her CV .

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Deposit Insurance dataset (2013)
Why do emerging markets borrow short term? Data files
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World Bank working papers and publications

1 .If politics is the problem, how can external actors be part of the solution ?
2 .Making politics work for development : harnessing transparency and citizen engagement
3 .Radio's impact on preferences for patronage benefits
4 .Buying votes vs. supplying public services : political incentives to under-invest in pro-poor policies
5 .Do informed citizens receive more...or pay more ? the impact of radio on the government distribution of public health benefits
6 .Civil society, public action and accountability in Africa
7 .Mass media and public services : the effects of radio access on public education in Benin
8 .Political economy of infrastructure spending in India
9 .Political capture of decentralization : vote-buying through grants-financed local jurisdictions
10 .When do Legislators pass on "Pork" ? the determinants of legislator utilization of a constituency development fund in India
11 .Populist fiscal policy
12 .Pitfalls of participatory programs : evidence from a randomized evaluation in education in India
13 .Can information campaigns spark local participation and improve outcomes ? A study of primary education in Uttar Pradesh, India
14 .Decentralization and service delivery
15 .The World Bank research observer 20 (1)
16 .Democracy, public expenditures, and the poor
17 .Partisan politics and intergovernmental transfers in India
18 .Federal politics and budget deficits: evidence from the states of India
19 .Decentralization and accountability : are voters more vigilant in local than in national elections ?
20 .Political cycles in a developing economy - effect of elections in Indian States




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