Naveen Sunder
Naveen Sunder
Assistant Professor
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Transitioning toward nutrition-sensitive food systems in developing countries
P Pingali, N Sunder
Annual Review of Resource Economics 9, 439-459, 2017
542017
Marriage age, social status, and intergenerational effects in Uganda
N Sunder
Demography 56 (6), 2123-2146, 2019
232019
Market access, production diversity, and diet diversity: Evidence from India
S Gupta, N Sunder, PL Pingali
Food and Nutrition Bulletin 41 (2), 167-185, 2020
212020
Parents’ Schooling and Intergenerational Human Capital: Evidence from India
N Sunder
Unpublished Manuscript 24, 2020
82020
Are Women in Rural India Really Consuming a Less Diverse Diet?
S Gupta, N Sunder, PL Pingali
Food and Nutrition Bulletin 41 (3), 318-331, 2020
72020
Early life determinants of cognitive ability: A comparative study on Madagascar and Senegal
H Kaila, DE Sahn, N Sunder
IZA Discussion Papers, 2018
52018
Here Comes the Rain Again: Productivity Shocks, Educational Investments and Child Work
CJ Nordman, S Sharma, N Sunder
2*2020
Arriving at a decision: A semi-parametric approach to institutional birth choice in India
P Bansal, RA Daziano, N Sunder
Journal of choice modelling 31, 86-103, 2019
22019
What doesn’t kill her, will make her depressed
Y Li, N Sunder
Economics & Human Biology 43, 101064, 2021
2021
Preferences for COVID-19 vaccine: Evidence from India
P Bansal, A Raj, DM Shukla, N Sunder
arXiv preprint arXiv:2108.07807, 2021
2021
Maternal Education, Literacy and Child Mortality--Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa
N Sunder
Literacy and Child Mortality--Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa (August 20, 2017), 2017
2017
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