Margaret (Maggie) Triyana’s main research interests are inequality and human capital investments in developing countries. In particular, she is interested in the effects social policy changes on children’s health outcomes. As a Postdoctoral Fellow, she will analyze the effects of rural-urban migration in Indonesia and China, as well as the impact of health insurance expansion in Indonesia and Vietnam.
Triyana received a PhD in Public Policy from the University of Chicago in 2013.
“Do Health Care Providers Respond to Demand-Side Incentives? Evidence from Indonesia“
“The Effects of Community and Household Interventions on Birth Outcomes: Evidence from Indonesia”
“The Longer Term Effects of the ‘Midwife in the Village’ Program in Indonesia”
“The Sources of Wage Growth in a Developing Country” (with Ioana Marinescu)
In The News
Nearly forty-four percent of Indonesia’s population is living on less than $2 a day, making it near impossible for some to seek proper health treatment. Postdoctoral Fellow in Asia Health Policy Margaret Triyana says one way to improve this situation is through conditional cash transfer (CCT) programs.