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India's Janani Suraksha Yojana, a Conditional Cash Transfer Programme to Increase Births in Health Facilities: An Impact Evaluation (Lancet 2010)
Article data 2 - available online elsewhere than on journal website  +
Article data type Survey
Article data used District-level household survey (DLHS-3)  +
Article edition 9730
Article journal [[:Category:Lancet|Lancet]]
Article methods and estimation Matching , Difference in Difference
Article origin of data used India
Article pages 2009-2023
Article program code 0 - not available online  +
Article readme 0 - not available online  +
Article software used Stata , R
Article year 2010
Articleauthors Stephen S. Lim + , Lalit Dandona + , Joseph A. Hoisington + , Spencer L. James + , Margaret C. Hogan + , Emmanuela Gakidou +
Articlejel I12 + , I15 + , I18 +
Articlekeywords Conditional cash transfers  + , Maternal health  + , Neonatal mortality  + , Skilled birth attendance  +
DOI [http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(10)60744-1 10.1016/S0140-6736(10)60744-1]  +
EconPapers/RePEc -  +
IDEAS/RePEc -  +
Replication JEL codes I12 , I15 , I18
Replication authors Slawa Rokicki , Natalie Carvalho
Replication authors statement -  +
Replication call into question 0 - no  +
Replication edition -
Replication journal [[:Category:3ie|3ie]]
Replication keywords Conditional cash transfers  + , Maternal health  + , Neonatal mortality  + , Skilled birth attendance  +
Replication pages -
Replication raw data 3 - final dataset can be exactly replicated from raw data  +
Replication result 1 - successful  +
Replication type 3 - reproduction (new methods)  +
Replication year 2015
Categories Lancet 2010 (9730)  + , Replicated study  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 6 December 2017 17:25:25  +
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