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Journal Article
Mason, J B, M Deitchler, A Gilman, K Gillenwater, M Shuaib, D Hotchkiss, K Mason, N Mock, and K Sethuraman. "Iodine fortification is related to increased weight-for-age and birthweight in children in Asia." Food and Nutrition Bulletin 23, no. 3 (2002): 292.
Journal Article
Seiber, Eric, David Hotchkiss, Jeffrey Rous, and Andrés Berruti. "Maternal and child health and family planning service utilization in Guatemala: implications for service integration." Social Science & Medicine 61, no. 2 (2005): 279-291.
Working Paper
Hotchkiss, David R, Amparo Gordillo, Zine Eddine el Idriss, and Jilali Hazim. "Household health expenditures in Morocco: implications for health care reform." Measure Evaluation, Carolina Population Center (1999).
Working Paper
Hotchkiss, David R, Katherine Krasovec, M Driss Zine-Eddine El-Idrissi, Erin Eckert, and Ali Mehryar Karim. "The role of user charges and structural attributes of quality on the use of maternal health services in Morocco." Measure Evaluation, Carolina Population Center 20, no. 2 (2003): 113-135.
Working Paper
Hotchkiss, David R, Robert J Magnani, Lisanne F Brown, Curtis S Florence, and Abdelylah Lakssir. "Family planning program effects on contraceptive use in Morocco, 1992-1995." Measure Evaluation, Carolina Population Center (1998).
Journal Article
Hotchkiss, David R, Deepali Godha, and Mai Do. "Effect of an expansion in private sector provision of contraceptive supplies on horizontal inequity in modern contraceptive use: evidence from Africa and Asia." International Journal for Equity in Health 10, no. 33 (2011): 1-11.
Journal Article
Hotchkiss, David R, Jeffrey J Rous, Eric E Seiber, and Andreas A Berruti. "The influence of maternal & child heath service utilization & access to private sector family planning services on subsequent contraceptive use." USAID Commercial Markets Strategies Project (2002).
Journal Article
Khan, M. M, David R Hotchkiss, Andrés A Berruti, and Paul L Hutchinson. "Geographic aspects of poverty and health in Tanzania: does living in a poor area matter?." Health Policy and Planning 21, no. 2 (2006): 110-122.
Book
Speizer, Ilene, David Hotchkiss, Robert Magnani, Brian Huuard, and Kristen Nelson. Do family planning service providers in Tanzania unnecessarily restrict access to contraceptive methods?. : MEASURE Evaluation, Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1998.
Journal Article
Hotchkiss, R. "Expansion of rural health care and the use of maternal services in Nepal." Health & Place 7, no. 1 (2001): 39 - .
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Hotchkiss, D, J Karmacharya, and K Sangraula. "Household health expenditures in Nepal: implications for health care financing reform." Health Policy and Planning (1998).
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Rous, Jeffrey, and David R Hotchkiss. "Estimation of the determinants of household health care expenditures in Nepal with controls for endogenous illness and provider choice." Health Economics 12, no. 6 (2003): 431-4.
Journal Article
Hotchkiss, David R, Nancy B Mock, and Eric E Seiber. "The effect of the health care supply environment on children's nutritional status in rural Nepal." Journal of Biosocial Science 34, no. 02 (2002): 173-1.
Journal Article
Godha, Deepali, David R. Hotchkiss, and Anastasia J. Gage. "Association between child marriage and reproductive health outcomes and service utilization: a multi-country study from South Asia." Journal of Adolescent Health 52, no. 5 (2013): 552-558.
Journal Article
Hotchkiss, David R, Deepali Godha, and Mai Do. "Expansion in the private sector provision of institutional delivery services and horizontal equity: evidence from Nepal and Bangladesh." Health policy and planning 29, no. suppl 1 (2014): i12-i19.
Journal Article
Hotchkiss, David R, Deepali Godha, Anastasia J Gage, and Claudia Cappa. "Risk factors associated with the practice of child marriage among Roma girls in Serbia." BMC International Health and Human Rights 16, no. 1 (2016).
Journal Article
Do, Mai, and David Hotchkiss. "Relationships between antenatal and postnatal care and post-partum modern contraceptive use: evidence from population surveys in Kenya and Zambia." BMC Health Services Research 13, no. 1 (2013): 6.
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