SUBMITTED AND PUBLISHED PAPERS
- Uttamacharya, Perianayagam Arokiasamy, and Shareen Joshi, “How do the changes in the timing of births affect Indian fertility? Analysis from four national surveys over 35 years“, Submitted to Population and Development Review.
- Joshi, Shareen, Sarah Gammage and Yana van der Meulen Rodgers, “The Intersections of Women’s Economic and Reproductive Empowerment“, Feminist Economics 26.1 (2020):1–22 (Note: I was one of the editors of this special issue).
- Joshi, Shareen and George Shambaugh. “Oversized Solutions to Big Problems: The Political Economy of Partnerships and Environmental Cleanup in India,” Environmental Development 28 (2018): 3–18.
- Do, Quy Toan, Shareen Joshi, and Sam Stolper. “Can Environmental Policy Reduce Infant Mortality? Evidence from the Ganga Pollution Cases,” Journal of Development Economics 133 (2018): 306–325.
- Joshi, Shareen, and Vijayendra Rao. “Who Should Be at the Top of Bottom-Up Development? A Case-Study of the National Rural Livelihoods Mission in Rajasthan, India,” The Journal of Development Studies 54.10 (2018): 1858–1877.
- Joshi, Shareen, “Missing Women and Violent Crimes in India: More than a Correlation?” Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, 15.2 (2014): 35-43.
- Joshi, Shareen, and Anusuya Sivaram. “Does It Pay To Deliver? An Evaluation of India’s Safe Motherhood Program,” World Development 64 December (2014): 434-447.
- Desai, Raj M., and Shareen Joshi. “Can Producer Associations Improve Rural Livelihoods? Evidence from Farmer Centres in India,” Journal of Development Studies 1 (2014): 64-80.
- Iyer, Sriya, and Shareen Joshi. “Missing Women and India’s Religious Demography,” Journal of South Asian Development 3 (2013): 301-331.
- Desai, Raj M., and Shareen Joshi. “Collective action and community development: Evidence from self-help groups in rural India.” The World Bank Economic Review 3.1 (2013) : 492-524.
- Do, Quy-Toan, Sriya Iyer, and Shareen Joshi. “The Economics of Consanguineous Marriages,” Review of Economics and Statistics3 (2013): 904-918.
- Joshi, Shareen, and T. Paul Schultz. “Family Planning and Women’s And Children’s Health: Long-Term Consequences of an Outreach Program in Matlab, Bangladesh,” Demography 1 (2013): 149-180.
- Joshi, Shareen. “Maternal and Child Health in India: What is the Role of Policy?” International Affairs Forum. Vol. 4.1 (2013): 40-44.
- Farmer, J. Doyne, and Shareen Joshi. “The Price Dynamics of Common Trading Strategies,” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 2 (2002): 149-171.
- Joshi, Shareen, Jeffrey Parker, and Mark A. Bedau. “Financial Markets Can be at Sub-Optimal Equilibria,” Computational Economics 1 (2002): 5-23.
BOOK CHAPTERS AND BOOK REVIEWS
- Joshi, Shareen, Nishtha Kochhar, and Vijayendra Rao. “Are Caste Categories Misleading? The Relationship Between Gender And Jati in Three Indian States,” In Towards Gender Equity In Development. Siwan Anderson, Lori Beaman and Jean Philippe-Platteau. Oxford University Press (2019).
- Joshi, Shareen. “Red Tape: Bureaucracy, Structural Violence, and Poverty in India: A Review”, by Akhil Gupta, Durham, NC, Duke University Press.” South Asian History and Culture (2014): 14-17.
- Do, Quy Toan, Sriya Iyer, and Shareen Joshi. “Consanguinity in South Asia: An Economic Explanation,” In Marriage in South Asia: Continuities and Transformations. Rajni Palriwala and Ravinder Kaur. Orient Blackswan: New Delhi (2013): 208-232.
- Mark A. Bedau, Shareen Joshi, and Jeffrey Parker. “Technical Trading May Create a Prisoner’s Dilemma,” In Computational Finance. Eds. Yaser S. Abu-Mostafa, Blake LeBaron, Andrew W. Lo and Andreas S. Weigend. MIT Press: New York (2000): 465-481.
- Joshi, Shareen and Mark A. Bedau. “An Explanation of Generic Behavior in an Evolving Financial Market,” In: Proceedings of Complex Systems’ 98: Complexity between the Ecos: From Ecology to Economics. Eds. Russell Standish, Bruce Henry, Simon Watt, Robert Marks, Robert Stocker, David Green, Steve Keen, Terry Bossomaier. Sydney: University of New South Wales (2000): 327-335.
- Joshi, Shareen. “Economic Effects of Family Planning”, In: By choice, Not by Chance: Family planning, Human rights and development. The State of the World Population. Margaret Greene and Omar Robles. United Nations Fund for Population Activities, New York (2013).
- Desai, Raj M., and Shareen Joshi. “Scaling up by National NGOs: The Experience of SEWA” IFPRI 2020 Briefs on Scaling Up for Effective Agricultural and Rural Development, Focus 19, Brief 14 International Food Policy Research Institute (2013).
- Joshi, Shareen. “Reproductive Health And Economic Development: What Connections Should We Focus On?” Research Brief. Population Reference Bureau [PRB], Washington, D.C. (2012).
- Joshi, Shareen, “Population Dynamics and Economic Development: Filling the Research Gaps,” Center for Global Development and Population Reference Bureau (2009).
WORKING PAPERS/PAPERS IN PROGRESS
- Joshi, Shareen, Nishtha Kochhar, and Vijayendra Rao. “Jati inequality in rural Bihar“. Policy Research working paper; no. WPS 8512. Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.
- Joshi, Shareen, Nishtha Kochhar, and Vijayendra Rao. “Are Caste Categories Misleading? The Relationship Between Gender and Jati in Three Indian States.” No. 132. World Institute for Development Economic Research (UNU-WIDER) (2017). Note: This is a longer version of the book chapter in Towards Gender Equity In Development. Siwan Anderson, Lori Beaman and Jean Philippe-Platteau. Oxford University Press Forthcoming (2018).
- Olofsgård, Anders, Shareen Joshi, and Raj M. Desai. “Can the Poor Be Mobilized? Cooperation and Public Goods in Rural India,” SITE Working Paper Series 40, Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics, Stockholm School of Economics (2016).
- Shareen Joshi. “Female-Headed-Households in Rural Bangladesh: Incidence, Determinants and Impact on Children’s Work and Schooling.” (2005). Yale University Economic Growth Center Working Paper No. 894
- Hall, Gillette, Shareen Joshi, Allison Lucas and Anusuya Sivaram. “Juntos o Solos? Which Groups Benefit from Peru’s Conditional Cash Transfer Program?”