Ashvin Ashok

Senior Research Analyst

Ashvin Ashok is a Senior Research Analyst at the Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics and Policy (CDDEP). He joined CDDEP after receiving his Master of Public Policy degree from the Public Policy Institute at Georgetown University. His primary interests are in international development, health and the environment and their interactive effects.

Ashvin has bachelors degrees in Economics and Business Management from Singapore, where he has worked in the private sector. He also enjoys sports, books, music, and movies.

Publications

11 Nov 2015

Among rural Indian households who currently do not have access to (or those who do not access) neonatal care, what are the health and economic benefits of scaling up access to a package of home-...

4 Nov 2014

What is the economic contribution of the bidi industry on on the Indian economy?

10 Apr 2014

Objectives: To estimate the epidemiological and financial benefits and the distributional consequences of policy interventions for coronary heart disease (CHD) and secondary...

17 Jun 2013

What determines an Indian household's choice of healthcare provider?

20 Jun 2013

The Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana (RSBY), which was introduced in 2008 in India, is a social health insurance scheme that aims to improve healthcare access and provide financial risk...