Eeshani Kandpal
Eeshani Kandpal
Development Research Group, The World Bank
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TitleCited byYear
Measuring the effect of a community-level program on women's empowerment outcomes: evidence from India
E Kandpal, K Baylis, M Arends-Kuenning
The World Bank, 2013
52*2013
Beyond average treatment effects: distribution of child nutrition outcomes and program placement in India’s ICDS
E Kandpal
World Development 39 (8), 1410-1421, 2011
38*2011
Strengthening malaria service delivery through supportive supervision and community mobilization in an endemic Indian setting: an evaluation of nested delivery models
A Das, J Friedman, E Kandpal, GNV Ramana, RKD Gupta, MM Pradhan, ...
The World Bank, 2014
232014
Determinants of nutritional outcomes of children in India: A quantile regression approach
E Kandpal, PE McNamara
192009
Cash Transfers, Food Prices, and Nutrition Impacts on Nonbeneficiary Children
D Filmer, J Friedman, E Kandpal, J Onishi
The World Bank, 2018
16*2018
Expanding Horizons: Can Women’s Support Groups Diversify Peer Networks in Rural India?
E Kandpal, K Baylis
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 95 (2), 360-367, 2012
132012
Child schooling and child work in the presence of a partial education subsidy
J de Hoop, J Friedman, E Kandpal, F Rosati
Journal of Human Resources, 2017
11*2017
Completed impact evaluations and emerging lessons from the Health Results Innovation Trust Fund learning portfolio
E Kandpal
The World Bank, 2016
112016
A Conditional Cash Transfer Program in the Philippines Reduces Severe Stunting
E Kandpal, H Alderman, J Friedman, D Filmer, J Onishi, J Avalos
The Journal of nutrition 146 (9), 1793-1800, 2016
82016
Does involvement of local NGOs enhance public service delivery? Cautionary evidence from a malaria‐prevention program in India
A Das, J Friedman, E Kandpal
Health economics 27 (1), 172-188, 2018
6*2018
The Social Lives of Married Women: Peer Effects in Female Autonomy and Investments in Children
E Kandpal, K Baylis
The World Bank, 2019
5*2019
Persistent Child Malnutrition in India: Evidence from the National Family Health Survey (2005-06)
E Kandpal, PE McNamara
Economic and Political weekly 6 (2), 34-43, 2008
52008
Three essays on investments in child welfare in India
E Kandpal
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2011
22011
Safety nets and natural disaster mitigation: evidence from cyclone Phailin in Odisha
P Christian, E Kandpal, N Palaniswamy, V Rao
Climatic Change 153 (1-2), 141-164, 2019
12019
Improving Maternal and Neonatal Health in Nigeria: Performance-Based Financing Versus Decentralized Facility Financing
E Kandpal, M Khanna, B Loevinsohn, E Pradhan, C Vermeersch, ...
2019 World Congress on Health Economics, 2019
2019
Organized Session: Quality of Health Care: Measurement, Its Variation with Patients' Socio-Economic Status and the Role of Incentives.
E Kandpal
2019 World Congress on Health Economics, 2019
2019
Improving Health Care Quality of Care through Financial Incentives or Supportive Feedback? Results from a Randomized Evaluation Among Maternity Hospitals in Kyrgyzstan
J Friedman, E Kandpal, H Nguyen, A Askerov, G Fristche, M Shimarova, ...
2019 World Congress on Health Economics, 2019
2019
Inequality in the Quality of Health Services: Wealth, Content of Care, and Price of Antenatal Consultations in the Democratic Republic of Congo
G Fink, E Kandpal, G Shapira
The World Bank, 2019
2019
The Determinants of Program Effectiveness: Evidence From a Conditional Cash Transfer Program
M Triyana, E Kandpal, J Friedman, A Posarac
PAA 2017 Annual Meeting, 2017
2017
Local Spillovers from Cash Transfer Programs: Food Price Increases and Nutrition Impacts on Non-beneficiary Children
D Filmer, J Friedman, E Kandpal, J Onishi
2016
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