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Effects of Raising Minimum Legal Age Access to Tobacco on High School Senior Students – Evidence from the Tobacco 21 Rollout. (with Rahi Abouk and Mike Pesko) Accepted at The Journal of Health Economics.

“Education and Reproductive Health – Evidence from Schooling Expansion in Turkey” (with Muhammed Tumay) Published online at International Journal of Health Economics and Management.

De, P. K., & Thamarapani, D. (2022). Impacts of negative shocks on wellbeing and aspirations–Evidence from an earthquake. World Development, 154, 105876.

De, P. K., & Segura-Escano, R. (2021). Drinking during downturn: New evidence from the housing market fluctuations in the United States during the Great Recession. Economics & Human Biology, 43, 101070.

Stokvis, N., Melara, R. D., & De, P. K. (2021). College Completion in a No-Racial/Ethnic Majority Campus. Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice.

De, P. K. (2021) Impacts of Medicaid Expansion on Health Cost, Health Access, and Health Behaviors  International Journal of Health Economics and Management, 21(4), 495-510.

De, P. K., & Timilsina, L. (2020). Cash‐based maternal health interventions can improve childhood vaccination—Evidence from India. Health Economics, 29(10), 1202-1219.

Arora, P., & De, P. (2020). Environmental sustainability practices and exports: The interplay of strategy and institutions in Latin America. Journal of World Business, 55(4).

De, P. K., & Christian, A. (2020). Microfinance participation and intimate partner violence among women in Bangladesh. Oxford Economic Papers, 72(2), 435-452.

De, Prabal. “Healthcare costs: follow the money”. Public Policy and Politics for Nurses and Other Health Professionals. (Third Ed). Ed. Nickitas, D. M., Middaugh, D. J., & Feeg, V Massachusetts: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2018. [Winner, 2019 American Journal Book of the Year Award for History and Policy]

De, P. K. (2017). Causal Effects of Maternal Schooling on Child Immunization in India. Human Capital and Health Behavior (pp. 85-107). In Advances in Health Economics and Health Services Research. Emerald Publishing Limited.

Chakraborty, T., & De, P. K. (2017). Mother’s autonomy and child’s secondary schooling enrollment in Mexico. Review of Economics of the Household, 15(3), 1037-1053.

De, P. K., & Nagaraj, P. (2017). Effects of foreign equity participation on recipient firm exports. Applied Economics, 49 (31), 3100-3113.

De, P. K., & Nagaraj, P. (2014). Productivity and firm size in India. Small Business Economics, 42(4), 891-907.

De, P. K., & Nagaraj, P. (2013). Cherry-Picking or Lemon-Grabbing? Investigating FDI in Indian Manufacturing Firms. Foreign Trade Review, 48(2), 219–231.

De, P. K. (2013). Cultural transmission and contraceptive use: Evidence from USA–Mexico migration. Migration and Development, 2(2), 286-311.

De, P. K., & Ratha, D. (2012). Impact of remittances on household income, asset and human capital: Evidence from Sri Lanka. Migration and Development, 1(1), 163-179.

Ratha, D., De, P. K., & Mohapatra, S. (2011). Shadow sovereign ratings for unrated developing countries. World Development, 39(3), 295-307. Lead Article.