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All Over This post lists events that r.i.c.e. has been a part of. To request a presentation from the event, please feel free to contact the presenter at the event. Some of these presentations might be available on out presentations page. See https://riceinstitute.org/presentations/ This post lists events that r.i.c.e. has been a part of. To request a presentation from the event, please feel free to contact the presenter at the event. 2016 Gender-related challenges in remote mobile data collection Sangita Vyas , World Food Program, December 2016 2015

Can an improving disease environment explain the Indian calorie consumption decline puzzle. Dean Spears, Population Association of America, May 2015 Place and Child Health: The interaction of population density and sanitation behaviour in developing countries. Diane Coffey, Population Association of America, May 2015

"The Policy Challenge of Open Defecation in Rural India: Can Decision Science Help?" Dean Spears, Chicago Booth. May 2015 Teaching at LBSNAA Dean Spears, LBSNAA, April 2015 Neighbourhood sanitation and infant mortality. Dean Spears, Aix-Marseille School of Economics, March 2015

2014 Best policies aren’t best. Dean Spears, National Centre for Good Governance, December 2014

How can a large sample survey monitor open defecation in rural India for the Swatch Bharat Abhiyan? Dean Spears, Ministry of Statistics, December 2014 Women’s status and children’s height in India: Evidence from joint rural households. Dean Spears, NEUDC, November 2014 Open defecation in India: putting poop in its place. Sangita Vyas, Hindustan Unilever Collaborate Discussion on Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (Clean India Campaign) – A Collaborative Approach for Success. November 5, 2014. Sanitation and nutrition: what can the Swacch Bharat Mission do to improve child malnutrition. Sangita Vyas. October 30, 2014. AP Shinde Hall, NASC Complex: Presentation for IFPRI Together for Nutrition Conference. Little women, stunted children: Intergenerational consequences of women’s status in India Diane Coffey. Friedman School of Nutrition, Tufts University, Boston 22 October 2014

Sanitation and health externalities: Resolving the Muslim mortality paradox. Dean Spears, Tufts University, October 2014 Culture & sanitation behavior, in side session “Confronting the challenge: Sanitation behavior change in rural north India” Diane Coffey. Water & Health Conference, University of North Carolina, Chappell Hill October, 2014 Place and child health: The interaction of population density and sanitation behavior in developing countries. Dean Spears, UNC Water and Health conference, October 2014 Sanitation in India: the case for promoting latrine use. Sangita Vyas. Presentation at Macquarie India Sanitation Corporate Day, for companies in the sanitation parts business. Sangita Vyas, Mumbai. September 29, 2014. Maternal nutrition in India & sub-Saharan Africa Diane Coffey. Centre for Development Economics, Delhi School of Economics 25 September 2014

Sanitation in India: the case for promoting latrine use. Sangita Vyas. September 17, 2014. USAID: Presentation on SQUAT findings.

Maternal nutrition, the status of women & health outcomes for Indian children Diane Coffey. Office of Population Research Notestein Seminar, Princeton University 16 September 2014

Women’s status and children’s height in India: Evidence from joint rural households Diane Coffey. International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC July 2014 Changing Open Defecation Requires Changing Minds: Evidence From New Quantitative and Qualitative Studies on Sanitation Behavior in Rural North India. Dean Spears, World Bank, DC. July 2014

Women’s status and children’s height in India: Evidence from joint rural households. Dean Spears, IFPRI, July 2014

Can an improving disease environment explain the Indian calorie consumption decline puzzle? Dean Spears, IHDS users conference, New Delhi. July 2014.

Sanitation and health externalities: Resolving the Muslim mortality paradox Dean Spears. Population Association of America (Boston) 3 May 2014 Sanitation, disease externalities, and anemia in children Diane Coffey. Population Association of America (Boston) 2 May 2014 Effects of early life exposure to sanitation on child cognitive outcomes: Evidence from India’s Total Sanitation Campaign Dean Spears. Population Association of America (Boston) 1 May 2014 Sanitation and health externalities: Resolving the Muslim mortality paradox Dean Spears. Center for Health and Wellbeing, Princeton University 30 April 2014 Nutrition in pregnancy in India and other developing regions Diane Coffey. Center for Health and Wellbeing, Princeton University 28 April 2014 Sanitation, human capital and Human development Dean Spears. WASH 2014 (Brisbane, Australia) 23 March 2014

Adult wages and the early life disease environment Nicholas Lawson. World Bank Water & Sanitation Program (Delhi) 11 March 2014 Adult wages and the early life disease environment Nicholas Lawson. National Food Security Act Conference, Allahabad University 9 March 2014 Nutrition, sanitation and anemia in South Asia Diane Coffey. National Food Security Act Conference, Allahabad University 8 March 2014 The disease environment, sanitation, and the puzzle of declining calorie consumption in India Dean Spears. National Food Security Act Conference, Allahabad University 8 March 2014 Sanitation is everybody’s business: Why and where safe sanitation matters for health, education and human capital Dean Spears. World Bank (Kenya) 24 January 2014
Can an improving disease environment explain the Indian calorie consumption decline puzzle? Dean Spears. Delhi School of Economics 30 January 2014

How Much International Variation in Child Height Can Sanitation Explain? Dean Spears. American Economic Association (Philadelphia, USA) 4 January 2014

2013 Can an improving disease environment explain the Indian calorie consumption decline puzzle? Dean Spears. World Bank (Delhi) 12 November 2013 How much international variation in child height can sanitation explain? Dean Spears. UNC Water & Health conference. 16 October 2013

Making Evidence Count in the WASH Sector Dean Spears. World Water Week, Stockholm. 1 September 2013 Sanitation and Stunting: A Multi-Sector Policy Priority Dean Spears. Arghyam, Bangalore. 23 August 2013 Growing taller among toilets: Evidence from changes in sanitation and child-height in Cambodia, 2005-2010 Sangita Vyas. Delhi School of Economics, 2 August 2013

How much international variation in child height can sanitation explain? Dean Spears. Delhi School of Economics. 2 August 2013 How much international variation in child height can sanitation explain? Dean Spears. University of Virginia. 20 May 2013

How much international variation in child height can sanitation explain? Dean Spears. IFPRI (Washington DC) 15 May 2013 Using fixed effects as an identification strategy & Women’s status and children’s height in India: Evidence from joint rural households Diane Coffey. IIPS (Mumbai) 3 May 2013

Sanitation and Stunting: A Multi-Sector Policy Priority Dean Spears. FHI 360 3 May 2013

India’s calorie decline, the disease environment, and sanitation Josephine Duh & Dean Spears. Princeton Center for Health and Well-Being 29 April 2013

Women’s status and children’s height in India: Evidence from joint rural households Diane Coffey Delhi School of Economics 4 April 2013

Sanitation and Stunting: A Multi-Sector Policy Priority Dean Spears Public Health Foundation of India 25 April 2013 Women’s status and children’s height in India: Evidence from joint rural households Dean Spears World Bank (Delhi) 17 April 2013

Sanitation and Stunting: A Multi-Sector Policy Priority Dean Spears National Conference on NBA (Nanital) 16 April 2013 Women’s status and children’s height in India: Evidence from joint rural households Diane Coffey Population Association of America, Economic Demography April 2013

Sanitation and Stunting: A Multi-Sector Policy Priority Dean Spears Madhya Pradesh PRD (Bhopal) 8 April 2013

Sanitation and Stunting: A Multi-Sector Policy Priority Dean Spears Unicef Madhya Pradesh field office (Bhopal) 8 April 2013 Women’s status and children’s height in India: Evidence from joint rural households Diane Coffey Delhi School of Economics 4 April 2013 Sanitation and Stunting: A Multi-Sector Policy Priority Dean Spears & Diane Coffey National Rural Health Mission, UP (Lucknow) March 2013 Two puzzles of Indian nutrition: The role of the disease environment Dean Spears Tufts nutrition school (Boston) March 2013 Sanitation and Stunting: A Multi-Sector Policy Priority Dean Spears World Bank SDN week (Washington, DC) March 2013 How much international variation in child height can sanitation explain? Dean Spears World Bank (Delhi) February 2013 How much international variation in child height can sanitation explain? Dean Spears Delhi School of Economics February 2013 Sanitation and Stunting: A Multi-Sector Policy Priority for Cambodia Dean Spears World Bank (Phnom Penh) January 2013 Sanitation and Stunting: A Multi-Sector Policy Priority Dean Spears Gates Foundation conference (Phnom Penh) January 2013

How much international variation in child height can sanitation explain? Dean Spears World Bank (Washington, DC) January 2013

Cognitive Limits, Apparent Impatience, and Monthly Consumption Cycles: Theory and Evidence from the South African Pension Dean Spears American Economic Association January 2013

2012

How much international variation in child height can sanitation explain? Dean Spears Unicef (New York) December 2012

Effects of sanitation on infant mortality and child height: Evidence from a local government Incentive in India Dean Spears NEUDC (Dartmouth) November 2012

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