India bears a disproportionate burden of open defecation in spite of investing more and more funds and ushering in several institutional efforts including the Swachh Bharat Mission in the recent past. A large share of rural households still lack basic sanitation facilities in India and members practice open defecation. Thia study endeavours to examine the existing anomaly between meagre sanitation productivity and enhanced resource allocation in rural sanitation in India. The study attempts to develop an instrument to monitor the differential regional performances across India.
|Publisher||UNU-MERIT working papers|
|Publication status||Published - 7 Jun 2017|
- i15 - Health and Economic Development
- i18 - "Health: Government Policy; Regulation; Public Health"
- q01 - Sustainable Development
- q59 - Environmental Economics: Other
- r10 - General Regional Economics (includes Regional Data)
- o18 - "Economic Development: Urban, Rural, Regional, and Transportation Analysis; Housing; Infrastructure"
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