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Assessing multilevel determinants of smallholder crop choice in irrigated agriculture of Central
Nepal (with Bhuwan Thapa), Climate and Development, Forthcoming
The Quiet Resignation: Why Do So Many Female Lawyers Abandon Their Careers? (with Jane
Bambauer). Volume 10, Issue 3, U.C. Irvine Law Review, 2020. Lead Article.
Measuring Quality of Life across Countries: A Multiple Indicators and Multiple Causes
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Determinants of Dietary Quality: Some Evidence from Bangladesh. (with Arif Rashid and Lisa
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Determinants of environmental noncompliance by public water systems. (with Mini Kohli,
Sharon Megdal, Jackie Moxley and Satheesh Aradhyula). Contemporary Economic Policy. Vol.
Environmental Justice and Enforcement of Safe Drinking Water Act: The Arizona Arsenic
Experience (with Dennis Cory). Ecological Economics, Vol. 68, PP: 1825-1837, 2009.
Determinants of Public Health Expenditure: Some Evidence from Indian States. Applied
Economics Letters, Vol. 15, PP: 853-857, 2008.
Measuring the Quality of Life across Countries. Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 14, PP: 779-
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Teegerstrom, T; C. Ehmke). Western Economics Forum, Vol. VII, No. 1, PP: 22-31, 2008.
Defining New Clientele for Outreach in the West. (with Tranel, J.; Hewlett, J; Weigel, R;
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Measuring the Quality of Life across Countries: A Sensitivity Analysis of Well-being Indices.
(with Ron Mittelhammer and Phil Wandschneider). UN-WIDER Research Paper No. 2005/06,
Determinants of Child Labor in Indian States: Some Empirical Explorations (1961-1991). (with
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