Karra Publishes Article on Measurement of Unmet Need for Contraception
“We argue that our indicator of unmet need is preferable to existing population-level indicators due to its independence from biases that are generated from the use of reported preference measures, the simplicity with which it can be derived, and its relevance for cross-country comparisons as well as context-specific analyses.”
Karra Presents Research on Impact of Family Planning Interventions
Professor Karra presented findings from two field experiments he has conducted over several years in Malawi to measure the impacts of family planning on contraceptive use, fertility health, and longer-term well-being.
Karra’s Research Featured in Ideas for India
Prof. Mahesh Karra’s featured forthcoming research explores the role of mothers-in-law in India.
Karra Presents at EEA on Reproductive Health in India
Prof. Mahesh Karra spoke at EEA Conference in Boston and presented research on “Mummy-ji: The Influence of Mothers-in-Law on Women’s Social Networks, Mobility, and Reproductive Health in India.”