Senior Economist, Development Research Group, World Bank
Eeshani Kandpal is a Senior Economist in the Poverty and Inequality team of the Development Research Group at the World Bank. Her research focuses on the use of financial incentives to households and health facilities to improve maternal and child health. She holds a BA in Classics and Economics from Macalester College and a PhD from the University of Illinois.
Recent work by Eeshani Kandpal
Improving healthcare provisioning through decentralised financing: Evidence from Nigeria
Providing operating funds to public health facilities can be as effective as alternative pay-for-performance models, at half the cost
Eeshani Kandpal Madhulika Khanna Benjamin Loevinsohn Elina Pradhan
How cash transfers can have negative impact on non-beneficiaries: Evidence from Philippines
Cash transfers raised food prices and increased stunting among children from ineligible households in remote and poor areas