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Srinivas Goli

Dr. Srinivas Goli is an Assistant Professor of Population Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi. He did his Masters and Ph.D. in Population Studies from International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), Mumbai, India. He is teaching Fertility Studies, Family Planning, Family Demography, Gender, and Quantitative Methods in Social Science Research at JNU. He is a consultant for various international and national research institutions. His research deals with Formal Demography, Family Demography, Inequalities in Health, Nutrition and Gender status and its Social Determinants. He has been working on modeling of fertility, mortality and health transition and convergence across the states and social groups in India. Currently, he is involved in collaborative research projects with Western Australia University, Australia, Bristol, and Glasgow UK and the University of Maryland, USA. Future research interests are the transition in families and its implications, returns of family planning and fertility decline, and marriage dynamics in India.

Will A “Grand Convergence In Global Health” Happen By 2035?

A major question for public health researchers worldwide is, despite considerable progress made in the health status of almost all regions of the world, will a “Grand Convergence” in health be achieved globally by 2035? Recently, researchers from Jawaharlal Nehru […]