A brief study on the economic development of health and education in India in the present scenario. Journal of Labor Research 2004; 25 3 : 503—514. It talks about joint investment in both the sectors considering their rate of return, while dealing with questions like why increasing income is not sufficient? The intergenerational transmission of health in early childhood—Evidence from the German Socio-Economic Panel study. Health Econ 2007; 16 11 : 1245—69. Recent decades have witnessed an unprecedented extension of literacy and other basic education to a majority of people in the developing world. Recent work by Bloom and colleagues suggests that Kenya, Nigeria, and Senegal could each increase per capita income by 8—13% over the baseline scenario, wherein none of the unmet need for contraception is met, by meeting one third of the unmet need for family planning. The search algorithm is based on three main topics: women, health, and economics.
Am J Clin Nutr 2009; 89 3 : 951S—957S. Impact on economic growth of investing in maternal-newborn health. Female enrollment rates in Primary, secondary and post secondary schools- 9%, 28%, 49% lower than male rate. Improved health, in particular improved nutrition, boosts economic returns through increased productivity. Journal of Economic Growth 2009; 14 2 : 79—101.
Does female income share influence household expenditures? A concluding chapter integrates the different microeconomic and macrodynamic analyses and draws some policy conclusions for future study. . In particular, it aims to build support across government for higher levels of investment in health, and to ensure that health is prioritized within overall economic and development plans. Maternal and child undernutrition: Consequences for adult health and human capital. It provides cash transfers, growth monitoring. The relationship between psychosocial profile, health practices, and pregnancy outcomes.
Maternal-perinatal morbidity and mortality associated with adolescent pregnancy in Latin America: Cross-sectional study. Hypertension, diabetes, and overweight: Looming legacies of the Biafran famine. Better health and nutrition leads to earlier and longer school enrollments, better school attendance, and more effective learning. Branson N, Ardington C, Lam D, Leibbrandt M. Parents may then fail to put a check on children's food consumption. Your use of this material constitutes acceptance of that license and the conditions of use of materials on this site.
Removing abortion restrictions can reduce fertility and allow women to contribute more to the labor force. A higher household income is no guarantee of improved health and education. The Lancet 2014; 384 9947 :980—1004. Information about the included articles in the full review, can be found in , and all included articles are cited in the references of the manuscript. Maternal and socioeconomic factors and the risk of severe malnutrition in a child: A case-control study. Medhin G, Hanlon C, Dewey M, Alem A, Tesfaye F, Lakew Z, et al. Jamieson and Buescher found that women in the U.
Increased mortality risk among offspring of mothers with postnatal depression: A nationwide population-based study in Taiwan. They are often hard to identify and even harder to measure. Beyond birthweight: The maternal and placental origins of chronic disease. In addition to the deleterious ethical and human rights implications of this deficit, the negative economic impact may also be consequential, but these mechanisms are poorly understood. In line with these findings, a study from the Chinese famine 1959—1961 reaffirms that exposure to nutritional adversity in early life may have larger long-term consequences for women than for men, manifested as increased likelihood of disability and illiteracy.
Circulation 2012; 125 10 : 2255—2260. Further studies of the benefits of specific health investments should consider literature from the economic, development, gender, and health fields,. Benefits from reproductive health investment, including access to contraceptives and abortion, can yield high gains for the women themselves, their families, and their societies. Effect of maternal obesity on neonatal death in sub-Saharan Africa: Multivariable analysis of 27 national datasets. It has one of the central features the promotion of an integrated package to promote human capital. For all developing countries taken together: Female Literacy Rate- 29% lower than male rate. Genders, sexes, and health: what are the connections—and why does it matter? A meta-analysis from 2006 examines the association between birth spacing and the relative risk of low birth weight, being born small for gestational age, and preterm birth.
The authors discussed any disagreement about the understanding of the papers or pathways and consensus was reached concerning each study. The two main investigators assessed each study for potential selection bias sampling bias or attrition bias and reporting bias, and discussed the study design, reporting of results, and overall reliability. Third, maternal health is crucial to the health and economic wellbeing of subsequent generations through intergenerational spillovers. Exclusion Criteria To ensure overall quality, articles considered to be methodologically simplistic not experimental studies or descriptive studies were excluded. Casey P, Goolsby S, Berkowitz C, Frank D, Cook J, Cutts D, et al. Orphanhood and the long-term impact on children. Independent effects of paternal involvement and maternal mental illness on child outcomes.
The cross-disciplinary nature of our review is one of its strengths, but we were surprised to see a strict divide and lack of cross-referencing between the health and the economic literatures. Impacts of prime-age adult mortality on labour supply: Evidence from adolescents and women in South Africa. Thus to improve effectiveness of schooling, one must improve the health of children in developing countries. Famine exposure in the young and the risk of type 2 diabetes in adulthood. The impact of adult mortality and parental deaths on primary schooling in north-western Tanzania.