Kompal Sinha
Kompal Sinha
Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics, Macquarie University, Sydney.
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Predicting time trade-off health state valuations of adolescents in four Pacific countries using the Assessment of Quality-of-Life (AQoL-6D) instrument
M Moodie, J Richardson, B Rankin, A Iezzi, K Sinha
Value in Health 13 (8), 1014-1027, 2010
662010
Modelling utility weights for the Assessment of Quality of Life (AQoL)-8D
J Richardson, K Sinha, A Iezzi, MA Khan
Quality of life research 23 (8), 2395-2404, 2014
652014
Calculating rural-urban food price differentials from unit values in household expenditure surveys: a comparison with existing methods and a new procedure
A Majumder, R Ray, K Sinha
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 94 (5), 1218-1235, 2012
582012
Modelling the utility of health states with the Assessment of Quality of Life (AQoL) 8D instrument: overview and utility scoring algorithm
J Richardson, K Sinha, A Iezzi, M Khan
Research Paper 63, Center for Health Economics, 2011
322011
Spatial comparisons of prices and expenditure in a heterogeneous country: Methodology with application to India
A Majumder, R Ray, K Sinha
Macroeconomic Dynamics 19 (5), 931, 2015
312015
A longitudinal study of the cost of food in Victoria influenced by geography and nutritional quality
C Palermo, J McCartan, S Kleve, K Sinha, A Shiell
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 40 (3), 270-273, 2016
272016
Estimating Purchasing Power Parities from Household Expenditure Data Using Complete Demand Systems with Application to Living Standards Comparison: I ndia and V ietnam
A Majumder, R Ray, K Sinha
Review of income and wealth 61 (2), 302-328, 2015
272015
Multidimensional deprivation in China, India and Vietnam: a comparative study on micro data
R Ray, K Sinha
Journal of Human Development and Capabilities 16 (1), 69-93, 2015
232015
A lifecycle perspective of stock market performance and wellbeing
P Frijters, DW Johnston, MA Shields, K Sinha
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 112, 237-250, 2015
222015
Data used in the development of the AQoL-8D (PsyQoL) Quality of Life Instrument
J Richardson, A Iezzi, M Khan, K Sinha, C Mihalopoulos, H Herrman, ...
Research paper 40, 2009
222009
The AQoL-8D (PsyQoL) MAU Instrument: Overview September 2009
J Richardson, M Khan, A Iezzi, K Sinha, C Mihalopoulos, H Herrman, ...
Centre for Health Economics, Monash University, 2009
222009
An instrument for measuring the social willingness to pay for health state improvement
J Richardson, A Iezzi, K Sinha, MA Khan, J Mckie
Health Economics 23 (7), 792-805, 2014
212014
Pricing as a means of controlling alcohol consumption
A Sharma, K Sinha, B Vandenberg
British medical bulletin, 1-10, 2017
202017
Maximising health versus sharing: measuring preferences for the allocation of the health budget
J Richardson, K Sinha, A Iezzi, A Maxwell
Social Science & Medicine 75 (8), 1351-1361, 2012
202012
Utility weights for the vision-related Assessment of Quality of Life (AQoL)-7D instrument
J Richardson, A Iezzi, S Peacock, K Sinha, M Khan, RA Misajon, J Keeffe
Ophthalmic epidemiology 19 (3), 172-182, 2012
182012
Rangarajan committee report on poverty measurement: another lost opportunity
R Ray, K Sinha
Economic and Political Weekly, 43-48, 2014
152014
Household characteristics and calorie intake in rural India: a quantile regression approach
K Sinha
The Australian National University, 2005
132005
The effect of introducing a minimum price on the distribution of alcohol purchase: a counterfactual analysis
A Sharma, F Etilé, K Sinha
Health economics 25 (9), 1182-1200, 2016
112016
Endogenous, intra‐household decision‐making and its impact on the labor supply of couples in rural India
K Sinha
Asian Economic Journal 26 (2), 137-157, 2012
82012
Interaction between HIV awareness, knowledge, safe sex practice and HIV prevalence: evidence from Botswana
R Ray, K Sinha
Journal of biosocial science 44 (3), 321, 2012
72012
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