Faculty - SFS
Articles in journals
- Vijayendra Rao, Shareen Joshi. "Who should be at the top of bottom-up development? A case-study of the National Rural Livelihoods Mission in Rajasthan, India." Journal of Development Studies TBD (2017).
- Shareen Joshi and Anusuya Sivaram. "Does it pay to deliver? An Evaluation of India’s Safe Motherhood Program." World Development 64 (2014): 434-447.
- Shareen Joshi. "Missing Women and Violent Crimes in India More than a Correlation?." Georgetown Journal of International Affairs 2014.Summe (2014).
- Raj M. Desai and Shareen Joshi. "Can the Poor Be Organized? Evidence from Self-Help Groups in Rural India." World Bank Economic Review (2014).
- Raj M. Desai and Shareen Joshi. "Can Producer Associations Improve Rural Livelihoods? Evidence from Farmer Centres in India." Journal of Development Studies 50.1 (2014): 64-80.
- Sriya Iyer and Shareen Joshi. "Missing Women and India’s Religious Demography." Journal of South Asian Development 8.3 (2013): 301-331.
- Shareen Joshi. "Maternal and child health in India: What is the role of policy?." International Affairs Forum 4.1 (2013): 40-44.
- Quy Toan Do, Sriya Iyer and Shareen Joshi. "The Economics of Consanguineous Marriages." Review of Economics and Statistics 95.3 (2013): 904-918.
- T. Paul Schultz and Shareen Joshi. "Family planning and Women’s and Children’s health: Consequences of an outreach program in Matlab, Bangladesh." Demography 50.1 (2013): 149-180.
- Doyne Farmer and Shareen Joshi. "The Price Dynamics of Commonly Used Trading Strategies." The Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 49.2 (2002): 149-71.
- Mark A. Bedau, Jeffrey Parker and Shareen Joshi. "Financial Markets Can be at Sub-Optimal Equilibria." Computational Economics 19.1 (2002): 5-23.
Articles in books
- Quy Toan Do, Sriya Iyer and Shareen Joshi. "Consanguinity in South Asia: An Economic Explanation." Marrying in South Asia: Shifting Concepts, Changing Practices in a Globalising World. Ed. Ravinder Kaur and Rajni Palriwala. New Delhi: Orient Blackswan, 2013.
- Shareen Joshi. "The Economic Returns to Family-Planning." State of the World Population Report, 2012. Ed. United Nations Fund for Population Activities. New York: United Nations, 2012.
- Shareen Joshi. "Review for Red Tape: Bureaucracy, Structural Violence, and Poverty in India, by Akhil Gupta, Durham, NC, Duke University Press, 2012, 384 pp., $26.95 (paperback), ISBN 9780822351108." South Asian History and Culture 5.1 (2014).
- Dataset for "Who should be at the top of bottom-up development? A case study of the National Rural Livelihoods Mission in Rajasthan, India".
- The Hard Road to Lowering Maternal Mortality, Georgetown Journal of International Affairs..
- Raj M. Desai and Shareen Joshi, "SEWA: Supporting Village-Level Organizations to Improve Rural Livelihoods", In: SCALING UP IN AGRICULTURE, RURAL DEVELOPMENT, AND NUTRITION (Edited by Johannes Lim), International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington DC. .
- "Reproductive Health and Economic Development: What Connections Should We Focus On?" Population Research Bureau, Washington DC. .
- Quy-Toan Do, Shareen Joshi, Samuel Stolper. "Can environmental policy reduce infant mortality? Evidence from the Ganga pollution cases." World Bank Working Paper Series 7799 (2016).
- Shareen Joshi, Vijayendra Rao. "Who should be at the top of bottom-up development? A case-study of the National Rural Livelihoods Mission in Rajasthan, India." World Bank Working Paper Series WPS.7996 ().