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Senior Associate, The Population Council
Field of study:
Doctorate (Ph.D, MD), Demography, Princeton University, 1988
Sajeda Amin is Senior Associate for the Program on Poverty, Gender, and Youth
at the Population Council in New York. She has been an Associate with the Population Council since 1993. Prior to joining the Population Council, she was a Research Fellow at the Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies.
She had participated in several IUSSP General conferences including Morocco (2009), Tours France (2005), Salvador, Brazil (2001) as well as IUSSP scientific panel sponsored meetings on Gender Roles (1988, 1994), Family Planning (1996), Abortion (1996)
Poverty, marriage timing, and transitions to adulthood in Nepal (with Bajracharya,Ashish) Studies in Family Planning 43(2): 79-92 Publication date: 2012.
The role of abortion in the last stage of fertility decline in Vietnam International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health 36(2): 80-89. (with Teerawichitchainan,Bussarawan)
Education, wage work, and marriage: Perspectives of Egyptian working women Journal of Marriage and Family 66(5): 1287-1299 (with Al-Bassusi,Nagah H.) 2004.
Spatial variation in contraceptive use in Bangladesh: Looking beyond the borders, Demography 39(2):251-268 (with Alaka Malwade Basu, and Rob Stephenson) 2002.
Women's lives and rapid fertility decline: Some lessons from Bangladesh and Egypt, Population Research and Policy Review 21(4): 275-317. with Cynthia B. Lloyd. 2002.
Member of the Advisory Board, BRACUSA.