Section/Unit: Population Research Centre
Research Interests: Health Economics and Demography
Dr. William Joe is an Assistant Professor at the Population Research Centre (PRC), Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi and is also affiliated as Bernard Lown Scholar, Harvard-Chan School of Public Health, Harvard University, United States. He has PhD in Economics from Jawaharlal Nehru University with research interests in Health Economics, Demography, Development Economics and Program Evaluation. Currently he is involved in research and technical support on maternal and child nutrition in India for the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the NITI Aayog, Tata Trusts and the UNICEF. He is also engaged in monitoring and evaluation of National Health Mission (NHM).
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- Kumar, Abhishek; Rajpal, Sunil ; Alambusha, Ruby ;Sharma, Smriti and Joe, William (March, 2022). " Can Anganwadi services strengthening improve the association between maternal and child dietary diversity? Evidence from Project Spotlight implemented in tribal dominated Gadchiroli and Chandrapur districts of Maharashtra, India", PLoS ONE 17(3): e0264567 (March, 2022),PLoS ONE 17(3): e0264567 (March, 2022).
- William Joe, Abhishek Kumar, Sunil Rajpal, Archa Misra, Ruby Alambusha, Smriti Sharma and S. V. Subramanian (2021). Infrastructure for Delivery of Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) and Uptake of Pre-School Education Services: Insights from Palghar, India, Journal of Development Policy and Practice, 6(1),Journal of Development Policy and Practice, 6(1)
- William Joe, Kumar, A., Rajpal, S., Mishra, U. S., & Subramanian, S. V. (2020). Equal risk, unequal burden? Gender differentials in COVID-19 mortality in India. Journal of Global Health Science, 2(1),Journal of Global Health Science, 2(1). 2020
- Mishra, U S and Joe, William (2020). Household assets and wealth quintiles, India 2006-16: Insights on Economic Inequalities, Economic and Political Weekly, 55(6), Feb 8, 2020,Economic and Political Weekly, 55(6), 2020.
- William Joe, J. M. Perkins, S. Kumar, S. Rajpal & S. V. Subramanian (2018). Institutional Delivery in India, 2004 – 2014: Unravelling the Equity-Enhancing Contributions of the Public Sector, Health Policy and Planning, 33(5):645-653,Health Policy and Planning, 33(5):645-653, 2018.
- William Joe, Shalini Rudra, U. S. Mishra and M. Ramanathan (2018). Social Choice and Political Economy of Health: Reflections on the National Health Policy, 2017, Economic and Political Weekly, July, 53(28): 83-91,Economic and Political Weekly, July, 53(28): 83-98
- Gaur, Kirti; Keshri, Kunal &Joe, William. (2013) Does living in slums or non-slums influence women's nutritional status? Evidence from Indian mega-cities,Social Science and Medicinevol. 77, pp.137-46
- Gupta, Indrani and Joe, William (2013). Refining estimates of catastrophic healthcare expenditure: An application in the Indian Context. International Journal of Health Care Finance and Economics. June, 13(2): 157-72
- Gupta, Indrani, Joe, William and Rudra, Shalini (2013). HIV Prevention: Towards a Structural-Plus Approach. Health. Vol. 5 (1): 102-108
- Joe, William; Mishra, U S and Navaneetham, K. (2013)Inter-Group Inequalities in Child Undernutrition in India: Group Analogue of Gini Coefficient and Atkinson's Index,Oxford Development Studies(forthcoming)
- Joe, William and Mishra, U S. (2012),Inequalities in Access to Safe Drinking Water, Sanitation and Childhood Undernutrition in India in A Prakash et al (eds)Interlacing Water and Human Health: Case Studies from South Asia, SAGE Publications
- Kumar, Saroj, Kumar, Abhishek, Kumar, Rakesh and Joe, William (April, 2021). Social Demographics and Health Achievements: An Ecological Analysis of Institutional Delivery and Immunization Coverage in India
- Kachwaha, S., R. Avula, P. Menon, V. Sethi, W. Joe, and A. Laxmaiah (2021). Improving Maternal Nutrition in India Through Integrated Hot-Cooked Meal Programs: A Review of Implementation Evidence. POSHAN Report No 14. New Delhi: International Food Policy Research Institute
- Kumar, Abhishek and Joe, William(2020). Cost-Benefit Analyses of Nutrition Interventions in India’s Policy Framework
- Joe, William, Sri, B. Subha , Sharma, Jyotsna, Shanta, Y. Manasa and Sharma, Suresh (2015). Strategies for Safe Motherhood in Tamil Nadu: A Note
- Joe, William, Sharma, Suresh, Sharma, Jyotsna, Shanta, Y. Manasa, Ramanathan, Mala, Mishra, Udaya Shankar and Sri, B. Subha (2015). Maternal Mortality in India: A Review of Trends and Patterns
- Joe, William and Mishra, Udaya Shankar (2015). On Reckoning Level Differentials in the Measurement of Progress: An Illustration in the Context of Deliveries Assisted by Skilled Health Personnel
- Joe, William, Dash, Atish Kumar and Agrawal, Pradeep (2015). Demographic Transition, Savings, and Economic Growth in China and India
- William Joe, Abhishek and S V Subramanian (2018). Analysis of nutrition interventions within India’s policy framework: Benefit-Cost Analysis Rajasthan, Rajasthan Priorities, Copenhagen Consensus Center, 2018, William Joe, Abhishek and S V Subramanian (2018).
- Joe, William (et al).Report on Impact Evaluation Study of Fourteenth Finance Commission Grants to Gram Panchayat, Ministry of Panchayati Raj, Government of India, New Delhi (2020)., 2020
- Joe, William (et al). Overweight and Obesity in Children and Adolescents (0-19 years) in India, Landscape Study, 2020, UNICEF, 2020, Health Policy Research Unit, Health Policy Research Unit
- Joe, William (et al). Cost of Inaction in Family Planning in India: An Analysis of Health and Economic Implications, Population Foundation of India (PFI), New Delhi (2108)., 2018
- Joe, William (et al). Pay Commissions: Fiscal Implications, 15th Finance Commission, Government of India, New Delhi., 2018
- Joe, William (et al). Resource Sharing between Centre and States and Allocation across States: Some Issues in Balancing Equity and Efficiency, 15th Finance Commission, Government of India, New Delhi., 2018
- Joe, William (et al). Annual Health Survey Report – Part II: A Report on Clinical, Anthropometric and Bio-Chemical Survey, Office of the Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi., 2015
- Joe, William (et al). Annual Health Survey Report – Part I: A Report on Core and Vital Health Indicators, Office of the Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi., 2015