Research Brief

Every year, IIPS undertakes many research studies on a number of themes related to population and health at the state and national levels using its own resources. The 'Research Brief Series' is a new initiative by the Institute to provide an opportunity to the faculty, Ph.D. scholars and visiting fellows to quickly disseminate the important findings of their research studies before they are published as a research report or in a scientific journal.

Consistency and Reliability of Catastrophic Health Spending In India 2008-14

Dr. Sanjay K. Mohanty

Consistency and Reliability of Catastrophic Health

December 2020

Onset of Non-Communicable Diseases in India, 2004-14

Dr. Sanjay K. Mohanty

Non-Communicable Diseases are the leading cause of

May 2019

Access to Household Amenities and Assets in India: A Census Based Study

Dr.R.B.Bhagat,Dr.Sunil Sarode, Dr.Laxmikant Dwivedi, Dr.Mausam Kumar

The Access to household amenities and assets has n

May 2019

Returns of Fertility Decline among Uneducated Women in India

P. Arokiasamy

Fertility transition in the Indian states is apace

July 2007

Causes of Anaemia among Women in West Bengal

Sayeed Unisa, Aparajita Chattopadhyay and Tarun Kumar Roy

Anaemia is a broad term applied to the condition i

November 2007

Levels, Trends and Structure Of Workforce in India: a Census Analysis (1981-2001)

R.B.Bhagat, K.C.Das, Daliya Sebastian and Soumya Mohanty

he whole world witnessed a rapid progress in medic

December 2007

Women’s Treatment Seeking Behavior in Indian Systems of Medicine

Papiya Guha Mazumdar

he whole world witnessed a rapid progress in medic

January 2008

Childlessness and its Consequences in India: Levels, Patterns and Differentials

Usha Ram

Inability to have children is a possibility for bo

February 2008

Population, Poverty and Environment in India

Dewaram A. Nagdeve

Rapid population growth and poverty in a country d

December 2008

Male Sexual Concerns and Prevention of HIV/STIs: RISHTA Approach

T. V. Sekher and Stephen Schensul

To encourage male involvement in effective HIV/STI

January 2009


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