PUBLICATIONS

PAPERS RELATED TO OUR RESEARCH & PROJECTS IN INDIA

Personality Traits and Performance Contracts: Evidence from a field experiment among maternity care providers in India. American Economic Review (2017); 107, no. 5: 506-510

  • Manoj Mohanan, Grant Miller, Katherine Donato, Yulya Truskinovsky, and Marcos Vera-Hernández

Evaluation of a social franchising and telemedicine programme and the care provided for childhood diarrhoea and pneumonia, India. Forthcoming, Bulletin of World Health Organization (2017); 95: 343 – 352E 

  • Manoj Mohanan, Soledad Giardili, Veena Das, Tracy Rabin, Sunil Raj, Jeremy Schwartz, Aparna Seth, Grant Miller, Jeremy Goldhaber-Fiebert, and Marcos Vera-Hernández

Providers’ Knowledge of Diagnosis and Treatment of Tuberculosis using Vignettes: Evidence from Rural Bihar, India” BMJ Global Health (2016); 1 (4), e000155. 

  • Manoj Mohanan, Jeremy Goldhaber-Fiebert, Soledad Giardili, and Marcos Vera-Hernández

Quality of Health Care in India: Challenges, Priorities, and the Road Ahead. Health Affairs (2016); 35, no.10: 1753-1758

  • Manoj Mohanan, Katherine Hay, and Nachiket Mor

Ambulance Service Associated with Reduced Probabilities of Neonatal and Infant Mortality in two Indian States. Health Affairs (2016); 35, no. 10: 1774-1782

  • Kimberly Babiarz, Swaminatha Mahadevan, Nomita Divi, and Grant Miller 

Effect Of A Large-Scale Social Franchising and Telemedicine Program on Childhood Diarrhea and Pneumonia Outcomes in India. Health Affairs (2016); 35, no. 10: 1800-1809

  • Manoj Mohanan, Kimberly Singer Babiarz, Grant Miller, Jeremy Goldhaber-Fiebert, and Marcos Vera-Hernández
     

The Know-Do Gap in Quality of Health Care for Childhood Diarrhea and Pneumonia in Rural India. JAMA-Pediatrics (2015); 169(4): 349-357

  • Manoj Mohanan, Marcos Vera-Hernández, Veena Das, Soledad Giardili, Jeremy Goldhaber-Fiebert, Tracy Rabin, Sunil Raj, Jeremy Schwartz, and Aparna Seth

Effect of Chiranjeevi Yojana on institutional deliveries and neonatal and maternal outcomes in Gujarat, India: A difference-in-differences analysisBulletin of the World Health Organization (2014);  92: 187-194

  • Manoj Mohanan, Sebastian Bauhoff, Gerard La Forgia, Kimberly Babiarz, Kultar Singh, and Grant Miller

Tuberculosis treatment discontinuation and symptom persistence: an observational study of Bihar, India's public care system covering >100,000,000 inhabitantsBMC Public Health (2014); 14:418

  • Kimberly Babiarz, Suen Sze-chuan, and Jeremy Goldhaber-Fiebert 

Globalization, Distance and Disease: Spatial Health Disparities in Rural India. Millennial Asia (April 2013) 4: 3-25

  • Anirudh Krishna and Kripa Ananthpur

In Urban And Rural India, A Standardized Patient Study Showed Low Levels Of Provider Training And Huge Quality Gaps Health Affairs (2012);  31(12): 2774-2784

  • Jishnu Das, Alaka Holla, Veena Das, Brian Chan, Manoj Mohanan and Diana Tabak

Government-Sponsored Health Insurance in India: Are You Covered? The World Bank (2012)

  • Gerard La Forgia and Somil Nagpal

Standardized Patients and the Measurement of Healthcare Quality: Field Guide, Manual, and Sample Instruments. (2011). Available from SPP Toronto Resources

  • Brian Chan, Jishnu Das, Veena Das, Alaka Holla, Manoj Mohanan, and Diana Tabak

MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW / IN PROGRESS

Different strokes for different folks: Experimental evidence on the effectiveness of input and output incentive contracts for health care providers with different levels of skills. Under Review  (ERID Working paper no. 245

  • Manoj Mohanan, Grant Miller, Katherine Donato, Yulya Truskinovsky, and Marcos Vera-Hernández

​Effect of Social Franchising and Telemedicine Based Model of Delivery of Healthcare on Provider Knowledge and Quality of Care in Bihar, India. Under Review

  • Manoj Mohanan, Soledad Giardili, Veena Das, Tracy Rabin, Sunil Raj, Jeremy Schwartz, Aparna Seth, Grant Miller, Jeremy Goldhaber-Fiebert, and Marcos Vera-Hernández