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Bansi Malde is a Lecturer in Economics at the University of Kent and a Research Associate at the Institute for Fiscal Studies. Her research agenda focuses on understanding the determinants of child health, and the design of effective policies and programs to improve these outcomes; and the role of social networks in shaping behaviour and outcomes, including mutual insurance and adoption of new technologies and practices, in low-income settings. Her research has been published in leading economics journals including the Economic Journal and the Journal of Development Economics. She holds a PhD in Economics from University College London.
Posts by Bansi Malde
ग्रामीण भारतीय परिवार शौचालय बनवाने का खर्च वहन नहीं कर पाने को शौचालय नहीं बनवाने का मुख्य कारण बताते हैं। इस लेख में ग्रामीण महाराष्ट्र के एक प्रयोग के जरिए जांच की गई है कि स्वच्छता के लिए वर्गीकृत...
Rural Indian households report lack of affordability as the main reason for not having a toilet. This article investigates – through an experiment in rural Maharashtra – whether microcredit labell...