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- What is a Giffen good?
- Where did Jensen, Miller and Wang look for evidence of a Giffen good?
- What did they find?
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- Which district does the case study focus on?
- How far is the average household from their nearest public healthcare facility?
- How was attendance at the healthcare facilities monitored?
- In Banerjee and Duflo's household survey who visited a healthcare facility most frequently?
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- The paper reports on the impact of two programs. What were they?
- What would you say are the main results of the paper?
- Which of these dimensions was not used to stratify the sample (for the human led program)?
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- How many people were sterilized between 1976–77 in India?
- What is the name of the Alwyn Young paper referenced in the chapter?
- What did Gary Becker mean by the "quality-quantity trade-off"?
- What was the result of the Gibbons, Pitt, and Rosenzweig paper? (This paper compared time series data on the availability of family planning clinics with fertility outcomes across different regions.)
- What was the surprising result in the Duflo, Dupas, Kremer paper? (This paper compared different interventions to address teenage pregnancies in Kenya.)
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- In which state of India was the gender ratio lowest?
- Which arguments does Sen use to suggest when a women will be better off (circle all that apply):
- They can earn an outside income
- Their work is recognized as productive
- They own some economic resources and have some rights to fall back on
- Which region has the highest proportion of women in gainful employment?
- What does Sen note about female infant mortality in China?
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