Jishnu Das
Jishnu Das
Professor, McCourt School of Public Policy and Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown
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Poverty and mental disorders: breaking the cycle in low-income and middle-income countries
C Lund, M De Silva, S Plagerson, S Cooper, D Chisholm, J Das, M Knapp, ...
The lancet 378 (9801), 1502-1514, 2011
The quality of medical advice in low-income countries
J Das, J Hammer, K Leonard
Journal of Economic perspectives 22 (2), 93-114, 2008
In urban and rural India, a standardized patient study showed low levels of provider training and huge quality gaps
J Das, A Holla, V Das, M Mohanan, D Tabak, B Chan
Health affairs 31 (12), 2774-2784, 2012
Reassessing conditional cash transfer programs
J Das, QT Do, B Özler
The World Bank Research Observer 20 (1), 57-80, 2005
Report cards: the impact of providing school and child test scores on educational markets
AI Khwaja, J Das, EA Andrabi
American Economic Review 107 (122573), 1-1, 2017
A dime a day: The possibilities and limits of private schooling in Pakistan
T Andrabi, J Das, AI Khwaja
Comparative Education Review 52 (3), 329-355, 2008
School inputs, household substitution, and test scores
J Das, S Dercon, J Habyarimana, P Krishnan, K Muralidharan, ...
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 5 (2), 29-57, 2013
Money for nothing: the dire straits of medical practice in Delhi, India
J Das, J Hammer
Journal of Development Economics 83 (1), 1-36, 2007
Do Value Added Estimates Add Value? Accounting for Learning Dynamics
T Andrabi, J Das, AI Khwaja, T Zajonc
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 0
Religious Education in Pakistan: A Look at the Data
T Andrabi, J Das, A Khwaja, T Zajonc
Comparative Education Review, Vol 50, 2006
Mental health and poverty in developing countries: Revisiting the relationship
J Das, QT Do, J Friedman, D McKenzie, K Scott
Social science & medicine 65 (3), 467-480, 2007
Learning and Educational Achievements in Punjab Schools (LEAPS): Insights to inform the education policy debate
T Andrabi, J Das, AI Khwaja, T Vishwanath, T Zajonc
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2007
Which doctor? Combining vignettes and item response to measure clinical competence
J Das, J Hammer
Journal of Development Economics 78 (2), 348-383, 2005
A practical comparison of the bivariate probit and linear IV estimators
RC Chiburis, J Das, M Lokshin
The World Bank, 2011
Use of standardised patients to assess quality of tuberculosis care: a pilot, cross-sectional study
J Das, A Kwan, B Daniels, S Satyanarayana, R Subbaraman, S Bergkvist, ...
The Lancet Infectious Diseases 15 (11), 1305-1313, 2015
Students today, teachers tomorrow? Identifying constraints on the provision of education
T Andrabi, J Das, AI Khwaja
The World Bank, 2011
Quality and accountability in health care delivery: audit-study evidence from primary care in India
J Das, A Holla, A Mohpal, K Muralidharan
American Economic Review 106 (12), 3765-99, 2016
Teacher shocks and student learning evidence from Zambia
J Das, S Dercon, J Habyarimana, P Krishnan
Journal of Human resources 42 (4), 820-862, 2007
Location, Location, Location: Residence, Wealth, And The Quality Of Medical Care In Delhi, India: Quality of care varied by neighborhood but not necessarily by patients' income …
J Das, J Hammer
Health Affairs 26 (Suppl2), w338-w351, 2007
The impact of recall periods on reported morbidity and health seeking behavior
J Das, J Hammer, C Sánchez-Paramo
The World Bank, 2011
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