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Pipit Pitriyan
Pipit Pitriyan
Center for Economics and Development Studies, Padjadjaran University, Indonesia
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The cost of not breastfeeding in Southeast Asia
D Walters, S Horton, AYM Siregar, P Pitriyan, N Hajeebhoy, R Mathisen, ...
Health policy and planning 31 (8), 1107-1116, 2016
1482016
The annual cost of not breastfeeding in Indonesia: the economic burden of treating diarrhea and respiratory disease among children (< 24mo) due to not breastfeeding according …
AYM Siregar, P Pitriyan, D Walters
International Breastfeeding Journal 13, 1-10, 2018
512018
The financing need for expanded maternity protection in Indonesia
AYM Siregar, P Pitriyan, D Walters, M Brown, LTH Phan, R Mathisen
International Breastfeeding Journal 14, 1-10, 2019
262019
The yearly financing need of providing paid maternity leave in the informal sector in Indonesia
AYM Siregar, P Pitriyan, D Hardiawan, P Zambrano, M Vilar-Compte, ...
International breastfeeding journal 16, 1-10, 2021
192021
The Impact of Child Labor on Child‘s Education: The Case of Indonesia
P Pitriyan
Ekonomi Studi Pembangunan. Universitas Padjadjaran: Bandung, 2006
122006
Health inequity in Indonesia: is it declining?
P Pitriyan, AYM Siregar
Working Papers in Economics and Development Studies (WoPEDS), 2013
92013
Ekspansi kredit dan dampaknya terhadap ketimpangan pendapatan pada provinsi di Indonesia
AF Priyono, P Pitriyan, IM Heriyaldi
Jurnal Economia 15 (1), 82-95, 2019
72019
Lessons from effective poverty alleviation in indonesia: The role of women empowerment and community participation
A Alisjahbana, P Pitriyan
Working Papers in Economics and Development Studies (WoPEDS), 2016
62016
The financing need of equitable provision of paid maternal leave in the informal sector in Indonesia: a comparison of estimation methods
AYM Siregar, P Pitriyan, D Hardiawan, P Zambrano, R Mathisen
International Journal for Equity in Health 20, 1-8, 2021
52021
HIV patients drop out in Indonesia: associated factors and potential productivity loss
AYM Siregar, P Pitriyan, R Wisaksana
Acta medica Indonesiana 48 (3), 207-16, 2016
52016
Credit Expansion and Its Impact on Income Inequality of the Provinces in Indonesia
AF Priyono, P Pitriyan, H Heriyaldi, I Maipita
Jurnal Economia 15 (1), 82-95, 2019
22019
Economic Losses of Non-Exclusive Breastfeeding in East Nusa Tenggara
ED Sihaloho, R Rahma, WL Senja, P Pitriyan, AY Siregar
JABE (Journal of Applied Business and Economic) 5 (3), 242-250, 2019
22019
The Health Status of Labor Force in East Kalimantan Province: Effect of Individual Characteristics and Household Conditions
JE Heizer, B Budiono, F Hadiyanto, P Pitriyan, AYM Siregar
Jurnal Ekonomi Kesehatan Indonesia 6 (2), 62-80, 2022
12022
The Cost of Not Breastfeeding in North Sumatera
ED Sihaloho, W Larasati, P Pitriyan, AYM Siregar
QE Journal 7 (03), 2018
12018
The Relevance or Irrelevance of Educational Mismatch for Science and Engineering Graduates in Indonesia
AS Alisjahbana, P Pitriyan, RM Purnagunawan
AASLE, 2017
12017
Increasing access to HIV treatment/ART through scaling-up ART in West Java
AYM Siregar, P Pitriyan
Working Papers in Economics and Development Studies, 2013
12013
The Effect of Income Shocks and Credit Constraint on Child Labor Participation and Poverty: The Case of Indonesia
P Pitriyan, A Komarulzaman
Working Papers in Economics and Development Studies (WoPEDS), 2010
12010
The financing need for providing paid maternity leave in the informal sector in Indonesia
A Siregar, P Pitriyan, D Hardiawan, P Zambrano, M Vilar-Compte, ...
2020
CREDIT EXPANSION AND ITS IMPACT ON THE WELFARE OF THE PROVINCES IN INDONESIA
AF Priyono, P Pitriyan
2017
Increasing Access to HIV treatment/ART through ART Scaling Up in West Java
AYM Siregar, P Pitriyan
Working Papers in Economics and Development Studies (WoPEDS), 2013
2013
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