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Essays on Family Welfare and Indian Development Policy

Published Dec 16, 2014

by Sinduja Srinivasan

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My dissertation is concerned with family welfare and economic development in India. In my first two papers, I consider the potential for India's public works program to contribute to long-term growth and poverty reduction by examining the impact on household entrepreneurship and investments in child health. The third paper analyzes the impact of increasing male earnings inequality on female marital and education outcomes.

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This document was submitted as a dissertation in August 2014 in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the doctoral degree in public policy analysis at the Pardee RAND Graduate School. The faculty committee that supervised and approved the dissertation consisted of Krishna Kumar (Chair), Shanthi Nataraj, and Peter Glick.

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