|Wednesday, November 6, 2019||
The October edition of the IHDS newsletter is available!! It focuses on two key socio-demographic themes: the relationship between women’s marriage age and their political engagement; and the determinants of household choices for financial borrowings.
Using data from IHDS-II, the first paper finds that early marriage is a significant obstacle in women’s participation in politics.
In the second paper, the comprehensive nature of IHDS data enables the authors to examine the role of microfinance institutions in the selection of formal and informal sources of credit by households.
|Thursday, October 3, 2019||
September IHDS Newsletter has a special focus on health: The first paper uses data from IHDS to analyse the level of trust between patients, on one hand, and doctors and hospitals, on the other hand. It also identifies the challenges in building this trust, and ways to transcend them. In the second paper, the authors find an alarming rise in the incidence of diabetes and hypertension spanning the two waves of the IHDS in 2004-05 and 2011-12, and pinpoint the various risk factors in the transition between the two diseases.
Please access it here: https://conta.cc/2mefB4p
|Friday, June 7, 2019||
May IHDS Newsletter Available here: https://conta.cc/2QBve0d
|Tuesday, May 14, 2019||
From Our World in Data (https://ourworldindata.org/) - Chart comparing Indian Women and Men's Life Expectancy Over Time
|Tuesday, April 30, 2019||
IHDS April 2019 Newsletter available: https://conta.cc/2GKHN56 Interesting articles by Pallavi Choudhuri, and Esha Chatterjee with Sonalde Desai.
|Thursday, August 30, 2018||
Do you subscribe to the IHDS monthly newsletter? It describes recent findings based on IHDS and lets you stay in touch with the IHDS user community. August 20018 newsletter can be viewed at https://conta.cc/2wnuuD2.
|Wednesday, December 6, 2017||
IHDS is one of the most downloaded surveys in the ICPSR archive. For some of the innovative ways in which IHDS users utilize these surveys, please see the updated list of nearly 400 user papers under the Published Articles section of this website.
|Tuesday, January 31, 2017||
Economic Survey 2017, published by Ministry of Finance, Government of India, lays foundations for current and future policy dialogue. The recent Economic Survey uses data from IHDS extensively to calculate value of public subsidies and to argue for provision of Universal Basic Income while curtailing subsidies. http://indiabudget.nic.in/es2016-17/echapter.pdf
|Tuesday, December 6, 2016||
Check out this cool interactive article based on IHDS Income data and find out where you stand on the Indian Income pyramid... By Rukmini S. "INTERACTIVE: Where On The Indian Income Pyramid Do You Stand, And Does Facebook Know This Better Than You?" in HuffingtonPost, 22 Nov 2016. http://huff.to/2f3NvUG
|Tuesday, December 6, 2016||
The December edition of the IHDS Forum is out! Click here to read.