David Bishai, PhD MD,MPH
Director Interdepartmental Health Economics Program
Population, Family and Reproductive Health, Bloomberg School of Public Health
health economics, population economics; family economics;marriage, gender, paternity; infidelity, divorce, polygyny; orphans; adolescent health, vaccines;HIV; AIDS vaccine; tuberculosis; meningococcal disease; human papilloma virus;HPV, cervical cancer; health equity;disparities; Nepal; Uganda; injuries, road traffic accidents;
Selected publications back to 2013.
Alfonso, Y. N., G. Ding and D. Bishai (2015). "Income Elasticity of Vaccines Spending versus General Healthcare Spending." In Press Health Economics.
Bishai, D. (2014) “Generalized nutrient taxes can increase consumer welfare" Health Economics In Press. DOI: 10.1002/hec.3101
Diamond-Smith, N*. Bishai, D. (2014) Evidence of Self-Correction of Child Sex Ratios in India: A District Level Analysis from 1981-2011 Demography 2014:1-26..
Bishai, D., K. Sachathep and A. E. LeFevre (2013). "Determining the cost-effectiveness of managing acute diarrhoea through social franchising of ORASEL: a randomised controlled trial." The Lancet 381: S17.
Colchero MA, Bishai D. Weight and earnings among childbearing women in Metropolitan Cebu, Philippines (1983-2002). Econ Hum Biol. 2012 Jul;10(3):256-63.