Diane Coffey
Diane Coffey
PRC, UT Austin; r.i.c.e; ISI-Delhi
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TitleCited byYear
Revealed preference for open defecation
D Coffey, A Gupta, P Hathi, N Khurana, D Spears, N Srivastav, S Vyas
Economic & Political Weekly 49 (38), 43, 2014
1872014
Understanding open defecation in rural India: Untouchability, pollution, and latrine pits
D Coffey, A Gupta, P Hathi, D Spears, N Srivastav, S Vyas
Economic and Political Weekly 52 (1), 59-66, 2017
74*2017
Where india goes: Abandoned toilets, stunted Development and the costs of caste
D Coffey, D Spears
Harper Collins, 2017
612017
Prepregnancy body mass and weight gain during pregnancy in India and sub-Saharan Africa
D Coffey
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (11), 3302-3307, 2015
612015
Place and child health: the interaction of population density and sanitation in developing countries
P Hathi, S Haque, L Pant, D Coffey, D Spears
The World Bank, 2014
502014
Intergenerational effects of women’s status: Evidence from joint Indian households
D Coffey, R Khera, D Spears
Working Paper, 2015
47*2015
Stunting among children: Facts and implications
D Coffey, A Deaton, J Drze, D Spears, A Tarozzi
Economic and Political Weekly 48 (34), 68-70, 2013
472013
Short-term labor migration from rural north India: evidence from new survey data
D Coffey, J Papp, D Spears
Population Research and Policy Review 34 (3), 361-380, 2015
40*2015
Early life mortality and height in Indian states
D Coffey
Economics & Human Biology 17, 177-189, 2015
34*2015
Costs and consequences of a cash transfer for hospital births in a rural district of Uttar Pradesh, India
D Coffey
Social Science & Medicine 114, 89-96, 2014
322014
Sanitation, disease externalities and anaemia: evidence from Nepal
D Coffey, M Geruso, D Spears
The Economic Journal 128 (611), 1395-1432, 2017
29*2017
Children's welfare and short-term migration from rural India
D Coffey
The journal of development studies 49 (8), 1101-1117, 2013
242013
Switching to sanitation: understanding latrine adoption in a representative panel of rural Indian households
D Coffey, D Spears, S Vyas
Social Science & Medicine 188, 41-50, 2017
212017
Purity, pollution, and untouchability: challenges affecting the adoption, use, and sustainability of sanitation programmes in rural India
A Gupta, D Coffey, D Spears
Sustainable Sanitation for All: Experiences, challenges, and innovations 283, 2016
212016
Open defecation: evidence from a new survey in rural north India
D Coffey, A Gupta, P Hathi, N Khurana, N Srivastav, S Vyas, D Spears
Econ Polit Wkly 49 (38), 43-55, 2014
152014
Explicit Prejudice: Evidence from a new survey of social attitudes
D Coffey, P Hathi, N Khurana, A Thorat
Economic & Political Weekly 53 (1), 47, 2018
142018
Can collective action strategies motivate behaviour change to reduce open defecation in rural India?
P Hathi, D Spears, D Coffey
Waterlines 35 (2), 118-135, 2016
122016
How can a large sample survey monitor open defecation in rural India for the Swatch Bharat Abhiyan
D Coffey, D Spears
RICE Institute Working Draft, 2014
112014
Implications of WASH Benefits trials for water and sanitation
D Coffey, D Spears
The Lancet Global Health 6 (6), e615, 2018
102018
Wealth and health of children in India: A state-level analysis
D Coffey, A Chattopadhyay, R Gupt
Economic & Political Weekly 49 (15), 64-70, 2014
8*2014
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