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Prem B. Bhandari

Assistant Research Scientist, Population Studies Center.

Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University

Dr. Bhandari's research focuses on the socioeconomic and cultural determinants of population health, migration, and fertility in developing countries, population and environment relationships, sociology of agriculture, rural social change, social research methods.

Recent Publications

Journal Articles

Bhandari, Prem B. 2013. "Rural livelihood change? Household capital, community resources and livelihood transition." Journal of Rural Studies, 32: 126-136. PMCID: PMC3772533. DOI. Abstract.

Bhandari, Prem B., and Dirgha Ghimire. 2013. "Rural Agricultural Change and Fertility Transition in Nepal." Rural Sociology, 78(2): 229-252. PMCID: PMC3667159. DOI. Abstract.

Shrestha, Sundar, and Prem B. Bhandari. 2007. "Environmental security and labor migration in Nepal." Population and Environment, 29(1), 25-38. DOI. Abstract.

Bhandari, Prem B., S.S. Shrestha, and Dirgha Ghimire. 2007. "Sociocultural and geographical disparities in child immunization in Nepal." Asia-Pacific Population Journal, 22(1): 43-64.