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Amil Gumber

Dr Anil Gumber PhD, MSc, BSc

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Dr Anil Gumber joined Sheffield Hallam University in 2012 as Principal Health Economist. Over the last three decades Anil has been actively involved in research issues on health and wellbeing. He has undertaken several consultation projects funded by many organisations including the World Bank and the NHS. Anil was previously Senior Research Fellow at Warwick Medical School, and Senior Economist at the National Council of Applied Economic Research, New Delhi. He was awarded Ph.D. in economics from Gujarat University, Ahmedabad and post-doctoral research fellowship from Harvard School of Public Health, Boston. He attained the Postgraduate Certificate in Health Economics and Health Policy from University of Birmingham in 2010.

  • About

    Over the last 30 years Anil has been actively involved in research issues on health and wellbeing. He undertook both national and international level policy and advocacy research studies in areas including, public health and nutrition, population diversity and inequalities in health, economic evaluation of health interventions, health care financing and insurance in developing countries. He has undertaken several consultation projects funded by the World Bank, UNDP, UNICEF, UNFPA, IDRC, WHO, DfID, ESRC and NHS. Anil also has over one hundred research papers and reports to his credit.

    Whilst studying at the Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, Anil worked on three research papers. The focus was on equity and efficiency issues in the Indian health care system, the cost and burden of injury in developing countries and poverty and health and nutrition relationships among rural households in Bangladesh. During 1996 Anil was a member of the Working Group on Health Financing and Insurance for the Ninth Five Year Plan set-up by the Planning Commission and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in India. He undertook a critical review of the health expenditure and suggested new financing mechanism to meet the Plan Objectives. Being a member of the National Sample Survey Organisation of Government of India for 52nd Round on Social Consumption, Anil contributed in improving various concepts. These included measurement of morbidity and health care, utilization and expenditure and definitions and procedures used in the collection of NSS household survey data. Anil has also collaborated on economic and financial analysis of several health and nutrition projects, including an evaluation of a rural community health project in India for the IDRC, Canada and a private health expenditure review in Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal for the DFID.

    Before coming to the UK in 2001, Anil was working as a Health Specialist in one of the premier research institutes and a policy think-tank nationally, at the National Council of Applied Economic Research, in New Delhi. There he coordinated the critical policy and advocacy projects in the area of human development and health sector. These included: 

    • impact of economic reforms on health and poverty as well as on employment and wages
    • an evaluation of the world’s largest outreach child health and nutrition programme (Integrated Child Development Programme)
    • health insurance for the poor
    • benefit-incidence analyses of government spending in the primary, secondary and tertiary health care services
    • cost-benefit analysis of maternal and child health services

    Two studies relating to community health insurance and external assistance to health sector were exclusively undertaken for the WHO Commission on Macroeconomics and Health.

    In the UK, Anil joined the UK Centre for Evidence is Ethnicity Health and Diversity at the University of Warwick as a senior research fellow. At the Centre, Anil was performing a dual role by continuing policy relevant research in ‘ethnicity and health’ and undertaking economic analyses of internationally relevant clinical trials in three areas: diabetes, whiplash injury and cancer funded by the NHS, NIH and other UK bodies. Anil also monitored and developed key trial materials and language translation targeting better participation of South Asian patients in clinical trials and health surveys as well as contributing to improving sensitivity and specificity of name analysis software. Some of his completed research dealt with ethnicity and cancer screening uptake (funded by the Department of Health), occupational health and work place injuries among ethnic minorities (funded by the Health and Safety Executive), ethnic communication in health services (funded by the Department of Health), and racial inequality in health (funded by the Home Office). Anil undertook detailed analysis of NHS routine clinical data for bowel, breast and cervical screening programmes to compute screening uptake rate and cancer detection rates by ethnic and socio-economically deprived groups.

    Anil also received a special distinction at the International Health Economics Association (iHEA) Vth World Congress on Investing in Health held in Barcelona July 10-13, 2005. Out of over 500 poster presentations at the deliberation his research work on ‘Pattern and Determinants of Health Care Use and Expenditures at the End-of-Life in India’ won the best poster award.

    Besides providing the critical health economics inputs to HSCR research projects, Anil is currently working on three grant applications:

    • impact of childhood disadvantage on income
    • health and well-being in adulthood improving physical activity in South Asian diabetic and CVD patients
    • understanding and measuring health and happiness in a diverse population

    economic evaluation of clinical trials
    ethnicity, health and wellbeing inequalities
    cost and benefit analysis of health programmes
    econometric analysis of longitudinal and cross-sectional data
    health development and financing in India
    community health insurance in South Asia and health and poverty issues in South Asia

  • Teaching

    Health And Wellbeing

    Health and Social Care

  • Research

    2014-17 Gumber A (CoI). NIHR RfPB £287000. Exploring the Feasibility of Implementing a Supervised Exercise Training and Compression Hosiery Intervention in Patients with Venous Ulceration (FISCU). Dr Markos Klonizakis (PI), SHU.

    2013 Gumber A (Joint PI). HIEF HEFCE funding £20000. Assessing, developing and piloting information support tools to increase knowledge, satisfaction and awareness of cancer, screening and treatment among Muslim communities (April-Sept 2013).

    2013 Gumber A (Joint PI). Imagine Project SHU, £13610. Resilience in Health Services (Jan-June 2013).

    2007-10 Gumber A (CoI). SDO Programme (Limited Open Call Scheme), Department of Health, £300,000, Evaluation of Intermediate Care Clinics for Diabetes (ICCD), Dr Andrew Wilson (University of Leicester).

    2007-08 Gumber A (PI). Department for Work and Pensions, £18000. Obesity and sickness absence: Differentials by age, ethnicity and occupation groups and influence on career progression.

    2006-08 Gumber A (CoI). Joseph Rowntree Foundation, £98,000. A Comparative Study of Different Models of Improved Care in Care Homes.

    2007 Gumber A (PI ). Coventry Teaching Primary Care Trust and Warwickshire PCT, £9000. Use of Nam Pehchan on PCT Data for Quality Assurance of Practice based registers and screening programmes.

    2005-07 Gumber A (CoI). NIH, Department of Health and Human Services (USA), $232,000. Colorectal Cancer Screening-Primary Care Strategies, Prof. David Weller (University of Edinburgh).

  • Publications

    Key Publications

    Gumber, A., Ramaswamy, B., Ibbotson, R., Ismail, M., Thongchundee, O., Harrop, D., ... Rauf, A. (n.d.). Economic, Social and Financial Cost of Parkinson's on Individuals, Carers and their Families in the UK. Centre for Health and Social Care Research, Sheffield Hallam University. https://www.shu.ac.uk/research/specialisms/centre-for-health-and-social-care-research/reports/economic-social-and-financial-cost-of-parkinsons-on-individuals-carers-and-their-families

    Journal articles

    Gumber, L., & Gumber, A. (2020). COVID-19 and “Lockdown” in Organ transplantation in the UK. Public Health, 185. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.puhe.2020.06.017

    Gumber, A., & Gumber, L. (2020). Differential Effects of COVID-19 by Gender and Ethnicity. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 369. http://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.m1548

    Bulsari, S., & Gumber, A. (2020). Economy’s Immunity against COVID-19. Economic and Political Weekly: a journal of current economic and political affairs, 55 (16). https://www.epw.in/journal/2020/16/letters/economys-immunity-against-covid-19.html

    Gumber, S., Gumber, L., & Gumber, A. (2020). Predictors of violent incidents amongst patients in psychiatric intensive care units: A review of global evidence. Journal of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, 3 (1).

    Mitropoulos, A., Gumber, A., Crank, H., Akil, M., & Klonizakis, M. (2020). Exploring the feasibility of an exercise programme including aerobic and resistance training in people with limited cutaneous systemic sclerosis. Clinical Rheumatology. http://doi.org/10.1007/s10067-019-04921-7

    Gumber, A., Ramaswamy, B., & Thongchundee, O. (2019). Effects of Parkinson's on employment, cost of care, and quality of life of people with condition and family caregivers in the UK: a systematic literature review. Patient Related Outcome Measures, 10, 321-333. http://doi.org/10.2147/PROM.S160843

    Kesterton, S., Crank, H., Tew, G., Michaels, J., Gumber, A., McIntosh, E., ... Klonizakis, M. (2019). Participant experiences in a feasibility trial of supervised exercise training in adults with venous leg ulcers: a qualitative study. International Wound Journal. http://doi.org/10.1111/iwj.13252

    Mitropoulos, A., Gumber, A., Akil, M., & Klonizakis, M. (2019). Exploring the microcirculatory effects of an exercise programme including aerobic and resistance training in people with limited cutaneous systemic sclerosis. Microvascular Research, 125. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.mvr.2019.103887

    Mitropoulos, A., Gumber, A., Crank, H., Akil, M., & Klonizakis, M. (2018). Investigating the effectiveness and feasibility of exercise on microvascular reactivity and quality of life in systemic sclerosis patients: study protocol for a feasibility study. Trials, 19, 647. http://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-018-2980-1

    Klonizakis, M., Gumber, A., Mcintosh, E., King, B., Middleton, G., Michaels, J.A., & Tew, G. (2018). Exercise fidelity and progression in a supervised exercise programme for adults with venous leg ulcers. International Wound Journal, 15 (5), 822-828. http://doi.org/10.1111/iwj.12933

    Mitropoulos, A., Gumber, A., Crank, H., Akil, M., & Klonizakis, M. (2018). The effects of upper and lower limb exercise on the microvascular reactivity in limited cutaneous systemic sclerosis patients. ARTHRITIS RESEARCH & THERAPY, 20. http://doi.org/10.1186/513075-018-1605-0

    Klonizakis, M., Tew, G., Gumber, A., Crank, H., King, B., Middleton, G., & Michaels, J.A. (2018). Supervised exercise training as an adjunct therapy for venous leg ulcers: a randomised controlled feasibility trial. British Journal Of Dermatology, 178 (5), 1072-1082. http://doi.org/10.1111/bjd.16089

    Clark, M.D., Szczepura, A., Gumber, A., Howard, K., Moro, D., & Morton, R.L. (2018). Measuring trade-offs in nephrology : a systematic review of Discrete Choice Experiments and Conjoint Analysis studies. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation, 33 (2), 348-355. http://doi.org/10.1093/ndt/gfw436

    Gumber, A., & Gumber, L. (2017). Improving prevention, monitoring and management of diabetes among ethnic minorities: contextualizing the six G’s approach. BMC Research Notes, 10 (1), 774. http://doi.org/10.1186/s13104-017-3104-9

    Tew, G.A., Gumber, A., Mcintosh, E., Kesterton, S., King, B., Michaels, J.A., & Klonizakis, M. (2017). Effects of supervised exercise training on lower-limb cutaneous microvascular reactivity in adults with venous ulcers. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 118 (2), 321-329. http://doi.org/10.1007/s00421-017-3772-0

    Mitropoulos, A., Gumber, A., Crank, H., & Klonizakis, M. (2017). Validation of an arm crank ergometer test for use in sedentary adults. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 16, 558-564. http://www.jssm.org/abstresearchajssm-16-558.xml.xml

    Gumber, A. (2017). Rapid Response:Improving NICE Evidence for Economic Impacts of Parkinson's Disease on Households and the NHS. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 358. https://www.bmj.com/content/358/bmj.j1951/rr-1

    Gumber, A. (2017). Proceedings of Patient Reported Outcome Measure’s (PROMs) Conference Oxford 2017: Advances in Patient Reported Outcomes Research. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 15 (S1), A33. http://doi.org/10.1186/s12955-017-0757-y

    Orbell, S., Szczepura, A., Weller, D., Gumber, A., & Hagger, M.S. (2017). South Asian Ethnicity, Socioeconomic Status, and Psychological Mediators of Faecal Occult Blood Colorectal Screening Participation: A Prospective Test of a Process Model. Health Psychology, 36. http://doi.org/10.1037/hea0000525

    Klonizakis, M., Crank, H., Gumber, A., & Brose, L.S. (2017). Smokers making a quit attempt using e-cigarettes with or without nicotine or prescription nicotine replacement therapy : impact on cardiovascular function (ISME-NRT) - a study protocol. BMC public health, 17 (1). http://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-017-4206-y

    John, D., Godinho, M., & Gumber, A. (2017). Eliciting preferences and developing attributes in community health insurance schemes: a systematic review of discrete choice experiments and conjoint analysis studies. PROSPERO.

    John, D., Rajasulochana, S.R., Godinho, M., Gumber, A., & Bhat, R. (2017). Economic evaluation as a policy tool for Universal Health Coverage in India: will decision makers get good evidence? A systematic review. PROSPERO. http://www.crd.york.ac.uk/PROSPERO/display_record.asp?ID=CRD42017057191

    John, D., Hakuzimana, A., Godinho, M., Musa, B.M., & Gumber, A. (2017). Economic evaluation as a policy tool for Universal Health Coverage in Nigeria: will decision makers get good evidence? A systematic review. PROSPERO. http://www.crd.york.ac.uk/PROSPERO/display_record.asp?ID=CRD42017056023

    Tew, G.A., Michaels, J., Crank, H., Middleton, G., Gumber, A., & Klonizakis, M. (2015). Supervised exercise training as an adjunctive therapy for venous leg ulcers: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials, 16 (1). http://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-015-0963-z

    Thongchundee, O., Gumber, A., Khatab, K., & Gumber, L. (2015). Efficacy and cost of atypical antipsychotics in treatment and management of dementia. SM Journal of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, 1 (1). http://smjournals.com/neurological-disorders-stroke/fulltext/smjnds-v1-1002.pdf

    Alreni, A.S.E., Harrop, D., Gumber, A., & Mclean, S. (2015). Measures of upper limb function for people with neck pain: A systematic review of measurement and practical properties (protocol). Systematic Reviews, 4, 43. http://doi.org/10.1186/s13643-015-0034-2

    Khatab, K., Felten, M.K., Kandala, N.B., Ghilagaber, G., Gumber, A., & Kraus, T. (2014). Risk factors associated with asbestos-related diseases: results of the asbestos surveillance programme Aachen. European Medical Journal: respiratory, 1. http://emjreviews.com/

    Jhita, T., Petrou, S., Gumber, A., Szczepura, A., Raymond, N.T., & Bellary, S. (2014). Ethnic differences in health related quality of life for patients with type 2 diabetes. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 12 (1), 83. http://doi.org/10.1186/1477-7525-12-83

    Clark, M.D., Higgins, R., Gumber, A., Moro, D., Leech, D., Szczepura, A., ... West, N. (2013). 'A Better Way to Measure Choices' Discrete Choice Experiment and Conjoint Analysis Studies in Nephrology: A Literature Review. EMJ Nephrology, 1, 52-59. http://www.emjreviews.com/articles/nephrology/

    Iqbal, G., Johnson, M.R.D., Szczepura, A., Wilson, S., Gumber, A., & Dunn, J.A. (2012). UK Ethnicity data collection for healthcare statistics: The South Asian perspective. BMC Public Health, 12 (243). http://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2458-12-243

    Iqbal, G., Johnson, M.R.D., Szczepura, A., Gumber, A., Wilson, S., & Dunn, J.A. (2012). Ethnicity data collection in the UK: the healthcare professional's perspective. Diversity and Equality in Health and Care, 9 (4), 281-290.

    Clark, M.D., Leech, D., Gumber, A., Moro, D., Szczepura, A., West, N., & Higgins, R. (2012). Who should be prioritized for renal transplantation?: Analysis of key stakeholder preferences using discrete choice experiments. BMC Nephrology, 13 (152). http://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2369-13-152

    Gumber, A., Dhak, B., & Lalitha, N. (2012). Declining free healthcare and rising treatment costs in India: an analysis of national sample surveys 1986-2004. Journal of Health Management, 14 (2), 97-116. http://doi.org/10.1177/097206341201400202

    Raymond, N.T., O'Hare, J.P., Bellary, S., Kumar, S., Jones, A., Barnett, A.H., & Grp, U.K.A.D.S.S. (2011). Comparative risk of microalbuminuria and proteinuria in UK residents of south Asian and white European ethnic background with type 2 diabetes: a report from UKADS. CURRENT MEDICAL RESEARCH AND OPINION, 27, 47-55. http://doi.org/10.1185/03007995.2011.614937

    Price, C.L., Szczepura, A.K., Gumber, A.K., & Patnick, J. (2010). Comparison of breast and bowel cancer screening uptake patterns in a common cohort of South Asian women in England. BMC Health Services Research, 10 (1), 103. http://doi.org/10.1186/1472-6963-10-103

    Techer, L., Campbell, C., Weller, D., Orbell, S., Szczepura, A., & Gumber, A. (2009). British psycho-social oncology society 2008 conference abstractsStrategies to improve uptake of colorectal cancer screening in South Asian and lower income groups- a qualitative study. Psycho-Oncology, 18 (3), 307-330. http://doi.org/10.1002/pon.1549

    Iqbal, G., Gumber, A., Johnson, M.R.D., Szczepura, A., Wilson, S., & Dunn, J.A. (2009). Improving ethnicity data collection for health statistics in the UK. Diversity and Equality in Health and Care, 6 (4), 267-285. http://diversityhealthcare.imedpub.com/improving-ethnicity-data-collection-for-health-statistics-in-the-uk.php?aid=2045

    Clark, M.D., Gumber, A., Leech, D., Moro, D., Szczepura, A.K., West, N., & Higgins, R.M. (2009). Prioritizing patients for renal transplantation?: Analysis of patient preferences for kidney allocation according to ethnicity and gender. Diversity and Equality in Health and Care, 6 (3), 181-191. http://www.radcliffe-oxford.com/journals/J18_Diversity_in_Health_and_Social_Care/default.htm

    Raymond, N.T., Varadhan, L., Reynold, D.R., Bush, K., Sankaranarayanan, S., Bellary, S., ... Retinopath, U.K.A.D.S. (2009). Higher Prevalence of Retinopathy in Diabetic Patients of South Asian Ethnicity Compared With White Europeans in the Community A cross-sectional study. DIABETES CARE, 32 (3), 410-415. http://doi.org/10.2337/dc08-1422

    Szczepura, A., Price, C., & Gumber, A. (2008). Breast and bowel cancer screening uptake patterns over 15 years for UK south Asian ethnic minority populations, corrected for differences in socio-demographic characteristics. BMC public health, 8, 346. http://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2458-8-346

    Bellary, S., O'Hare, J.P., Raymond, N.T., Gumber, A., Mughal, S., Szczepura, A., ... Barnett, A.H. (2008). Enhanced diabetes care to patients of south Asian ethnic origin (the United Kingdom Asian Diabetes Study): a cluster randomised controlled trial. The Lancet, 371 (9626), 1769-76. http://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(08)60764-3

    Lamb, S.E., Gates, S., Underwood, M.R., Cooke, M.W., Ashby, D., Szczepura, A., ... Gumber, A. (2007). Managing Injuries of the Neck Trial (MINT): design of a randomised controlled trial of treatments for whiplash associated disorders. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 8 (1), 7. http://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2474-8-7

    Gumber, A., Szczepura, A., & Raymond, N. (2007). Economic evaluation of improved diabetes care to patients of south Asian ethnicity: the United Kingdom Asian Diabetes Study (UKADS). Diabetologia, 50 (Suppl 1), S429.

    Gumber, A., & Arora, G. (2006). Health insurance: still a long way to go. Seminar, 568, 37-44.

    Arora, G.K., & Gumber, A. (2006). Globalisation and health sector in India: some emerging issues. Indian Economic Journal, 53 (4), 26-42.

    (2004). Results of the first round of a demonstration pilot of screening for colorectal cancer in the United Kingdom. BMJ, 329 (7458), 133. http://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.38153.491887.7c

    Gumber, A., & Arora, G.K. (2004). Globalisation and health effects in SAARC Region: Evolving a Framework of Analysis. International Journal of Economic Development, 6 (3), 55-88.

    Gumber, A. (2001). Extending health insurance to the poor: Some experiences from SEWA scheme. Health and Population: Perspectives and Issues, 24 (1), 1-14.

    Gumber, A. (2000). Health Insurance to the Poor: Some Experiences from SEWA. Medico Friend Circle Bulletin, 276, 6-12.

    Gumber, A., & Kulkarni, V. (2000). Health Insurance for Informal Sector: Case Study of Gujarat. Economic and Political Weekly: a journal of current economic and political affairs, XXXV (40), 3607-3613.

    Gumber, A. (2000). Structure of Indian Healthcare Market: Implications for Health Insurance Sector. WHO Regional Health Forum, 4 (1 & 2), 26-34.

    Gumber, A. (2000). Health care burden on households in the informal sector: Implications for social security assistance. Indian Journal of Labour Economics, 43 (2), 277-291.

    Gumber, A. (2000). Correlates of unemployment among rural youth in India: An inter-state analysis. Indian Journal of Labour Economics, 43 (4 CONFERENCE ISSUE), 657-672.

    Shariff, A., Gumber, A., Duggal, R., & Alam, M. (1999). Health Care Financing and Insurance: Perspective for the Ninth Plan, 1997-2002. Margin (New Delhi): the journal of applied economic research, 31 (2), 38-68.

    Gupta, D.B., & Gumber, A. (1999). Decentralisation: Some Initiatives in Health Sector. Economic and Political Weekly: a journal of current economic and political affairs, VXXXIV (6), 356-362.

    Shariff, A., & Gumber, A. (1999). Employment and wages in India: Pre and post reform scenario. Indian Journal of Labour Economics, 42 (2), 195-216.

    Gumber, A. (1998). Facets of Indian Healthcare Market – Some Issues. Saket Industrial Digest, 4 (12), 11-17.

    Gupta, D.B., Gumber, A., & Banerjee, A. (1998). Strengthening Integrated Child Development Services Programme: Key Findings from a Pilot Study. Margin (New Delhi): the journal of applied economic research, 30 (2), 77-106.

    Gumber, A. (1997). Burden of Injury in India. Economic and Political Weekly: a journal of current economic and political affairs, XXXII (25), 1478-1491.

    Gumber, A. (1997). Burden of Disease and Cost of Ill Health in India: Setting Priorities for Health Interventions during the Ninth Plan. Margin (New Delhi): the journal of applied economic research, 29 (2), 133-172.

    Gumber, A., & Berman, P. (1997). Measurement and pattern of morbidity and the utilization of health services: some emerging issues from recent health interview surveys in India. Journal of health & population in developing countries, 1 (1), 16-43.

    Gumber, A. (1996). Rural Development and Seasonal Migration in Gujarat: Pattern, Determinants and Consequence. Labour and Development, 1 (2), 85-120.

    Gumber, A. (1995). Injury Morbidity and Associated Burden of Treatment in India. Sarvekshana, XIX (2) (65), 1-30.

    Visaria, P., Gumber, A., & Visaria, L. (1993). Literacy and Primary Education in India, 1980 81 to 1991: Differentials and Determinants. Journal of Educational Planning and Administration, 3, 13-62.

    Gumber, A., & Visaria, P. (1991). Internal Migration in India. Journal of Indian School of Political Economy, 3, 238-267.

    Gumber, A. (1989). Occupational Mobility of Displaced Families: A Study of the Panam Irrigation Project in Gujarat. Anvesak, 19, 151-173.

    Gumber, A. (1983). Sectoral Level of Development and Migration in Gujarat. Anvesak, 13, 25-46.

    Gumber, A., & Dhesi, A.S. (1982). The Migration Process and Migration Age of Industrial Workers. Social Change, 12, 19-24.

    Dhesi, A.S. (n.d.). Earnings Determination, Earnings Differential and Settlement Behaviour of Migrant Industrial Workers: Amritsar Aty. Artha Vijnana: Journal of The Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, 25 (1), 52. http://doi.org/10.21648/arthavij/1983/v25/i1/116511

    Conference papers

    Mitropoulos, A., Gumber, A., Crank, H., Akil, M., & Klonizakis, M. (2018). The effects of upper and lower limb exercise on the microvascular reactivity in systemic sclerosis patients (abstract only). Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, 77, 1788. http://doi.org/10.1136/annrheumdis-2018-eular.1979

    Gumber, A. (2017). Effects of Out-of-Pocket (OOP) Payments and Financial Distress on Quality of Life (QoL) of People with Parkinson's (PwP) and their Carers. Quality of Life Research.

    Gumber, A., & Owen, D. (2017). Determinants of Personal Wellbeing across Ethnic Groups in the UK : accounting for demographic, socioeconomic, health and contextual factors. In Personal wellbeing data user event: Showcasing data and research, Brettenham House, London, 29 March 2017.

    Gumber, A., & Owen, D. (2014). Ethnicity, Neighbourhood Deprivation and Quality of Life:An exploratory analysis of Annual Population Survey data. In Labour Force Survey/Annual Population Survey User Conference 2014, Organised by UK Data Service, London, 28 November 2014. https://www.ukdataservice.ac.uk/media/455311/gumberowen.pdf

    Techer, L., Campbell, C., Weller, D., Orbell, S., Szepura, A., & Gumber, A. (2009). Strategies to improve uptake of colorectal cancer screening in South Asian and lower income groups-a qualitative study. PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY, 18 (3), 310-311.

    Caldon, L., Walsh, K., Collins, K., Sivell, S., Edwards, A.G., Elwyn, G., & Reed, M. (2009). New technologies to support the decisions of women facing surgical choices for breast cancer: the reactions and concerns of health professionals. Psycho-Oncology, 18 (3), 320. http://doi.org/10.1002/pon.1549

    Gumber, A. (2000). Incidence, clustering and treatment cost of injury in India: an exploratory analysis of healthcare use data. In 5th World Conference on Injury Prevention and Control.

    Book chapters

    Gumber, A., Lalitha, N., & Dhak, B. (2020). Inter-State Disparities in Healthcare Costs, Health Insurance Coverage and Financial Protection in India: A Comparative Analysis of National Sample Surveys for 1986-87, 1995-96, 2004 and 2014. In India’s Difficult Journey Towards Universal Health Coverage With Lalitha Bharat.

    Razzack, A., & Gumber, A. (2007). A Case for Empowerment of Muslims. In State, Markets and Inequalities: Human Development in Rural India. Orient Longman, New Delhi

    Gumber, A. (2007). Determinants of Unemployment. In State, Markets and Inequalities: Human Development in Rural India. Orient Longman, New Delhi

    Gumber, A., & Kulkarni, V. (2006). Health Security for Workers: The Case of Informal Sector. In Securing Health for All: Dimensions and Challenges. Institute for Human Development, New Delhi

    Gill, P.S., Jhutti-Johal, J., & Gumber, A. (2004). Ethnic and Cultural Diversity. In Genetic Disorders of the Indian Subcontinent. (pp. 29-55). Springer Netherlands: http://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4020-2231-9_2

    Jakab, M., Preker, A.S., & Gumber, A. (2004). Analysis of Community Financing Using Household Surveys. In Health Financing for Poor People: Resource Mobilisation and Risk Sharing. The World Bank, Washington DC

    Gumber, A. (2004). The Potential Role of Community financing in India. In Health Financing for Poor People: Resource Mobilisation and Risk Sharing. The World Bank, Washington DC

    Gumber, A., & Kulkarni, V. (2003). Health Insurance for Workers in the Informal Sector-A Case Study of Gujarat. In Informal Economy Centre-stage: New Structures of Employment. Sage Publications, Delhi

    Shariff, A., & Gumber, A. (2002). Health Care Services in Rural India: Implications for Reproductive Health. In Reforming India's Social Sector: Poverty, Nutrition, Health and Education. Social Science Press, New Delhi

    Gumber, A., & Gupta, D.B. (2002). Household Food Security and Activity Status of Children in Rural India: Some Dimensions and Correlates. In Coming to Grips with Rural Child Work. Institute for Human Development, New Delhi

    Gupta, D.B., Gumber, A., Majumdar, P., & Saravanan, V.S. (2002). Averting Food Insecurity: The ICDS Programme and Its Implications. In Coming to Grips with Rural Child Work. Institute for Human Development, New Delhi

    Gumber, A. (2002). Economic Reforms and the Health Sector: Towards Health Equity in India. In Reform and Employment. Concept Publishing House, New Delhi

    Shariff, A., & Gumber, A. (1998). Social Security for Unorganised Workers: Some Contemporary Issues. In State of India’s Labour – A Report. Centre for Education and Communication, New Delhi

    Gumber, A. (1997). Rural Development and Seasonal Migration in Gujarat: Pattern, Determinants and Consequence. In Rural Development: Theory and Practice. Spellbound Publications, Rohtak

    Visaria, P., & Gumber, A. (1996). Utilization of Primary Health Care in Western India, 1980 to 1986 87. In Health, Poverty and Development in India. Oxford University Press, New Delhi

    Gumber, A., & Visaria, P. (1996). Level and Pattern of Work Participation by Scheduled Castes, Tribes and Others in Western India During the 1980s. In Economic Changes and Social Transformation in Modern and Contemporary South Asia. Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo

    Books

    (2002). Who benefits from public health spending in India results of a benefit incidence analysis for India.

    Gumber, A., & Research, N.C.O.A.E. (2002). Determinants of unemployment in rural India an exploration of NCAER household survey data of 1994.

    Gumber, A. (1998). Displaced by development oustees of an irrigation project. Spellbound Publications.

    Gumber, A., & Chen, L.C. (1996). Measurement, Seasonality and Clustering of Morbidity: Some Correlates from a Longitudinal Study in Rural Bangladesh. (Working Paper No. 77). Gujarat Institute of Development Research.

    Gumber, A., Visaria, P.M., & Research, I.C.O.S.S. (1994). Inter-village differences in social overheads and their correlates in Matar Talucka.

    Reports

    Gumber, A., Thongchundee, O., Harrop, D., & Ramaswamy, B. (2016). Parkinson's impact on quality of life and cost of care on people with condition and their families in the UK:A review of literature*. Centre for Health and Social Care Research, Sheffield Hallam University.

    Breese, R., Gumber, A., & Allmark, P. (2013). Resilience in Health Services: Final Report.

    Collier, J., Gumber, A., & Walker, D. (2011). A Study into the Effects that Barretstown Activity Camps have upon the Wellbeing of Children and Young People – 2010 Report.

    Gumber, A., Dhak, B., & Lalitha, N. (2011). Declining Free Healthcare and Rising Treatment Costs in India: An Analysis of National Sample Surveys, 1986-2004. (Research Working Paper No. 207). Gujarat Institute of development Research, Ahmedabad.

    Hawley, C., Adams, A., Brooks, N., & Gumber, A. (2010). Attitude of Health Professionals to Giving Advice on Fitness to Drive. (Road Safety Research Report No. 91).

    Weller, D., Campbell, C., Orbell, S., Szczepura, A., & Gumber, A. (2009). Primary Care Based Strategies to Increase Uptake of Colorectal Cancer Screening. (NIH Colorectal Cancer Screening in Primary Care Practice Programme).

    Gumber, A., Szczepura, A., Kumar, S., & Wang, S. (2008). Obesity and sickness absence : differentials by age, ethnicity and occupation groups and influence on career progression. University of Warwick for the Department for Work and Pensions.

    Iqbal, G., Gumber, A., Szczepura, A., Johnson, M., Wilson, S., & Dunn, J. (2007). Improving ethnic data collection for statistics of cancer incidence, management, mortality and survival in the UK. University of Warwick for Cancer Research UK.

    Clark, M., Higgins, R., & Gumber, A. (2007). Who should be Prioritized for Renal Transplantation?: Analysis of Stakeholder Group and Altruistic Preferences.

    Gumber, A., Szczepura, A., & Bean, C. (2007). Ethnicity: Breast and Bowel Screening Uptake and Outcome Patterns Corrected for Socio-Economic Status.

    Johnson, M.R.D., Boeck, T., Skinner, A., & Gumber, A. (2006). Cohesion Mapping of Community Dynamics.

    Szczepura, A., Johnson, M.R.D., Gumber, A., & Jones, K. (2005). An Overview of the Research Evidence on Ethnicity and Communication in Healthcare.

    Pearson M, , Gumber, A., & Kanjilal, B. (2005). Private Expenditure Review.

    Gumber, A., & Pallikadvath, S. (2005). Access to Health Care and Basic Minimum Services in Kerala, India.

    Johnson, M.R.D., Biggerstaff, D., Gumber, A., & Szczepura, A. (2004). 'Racial' and Ethnic Inequalities in Health: A Critical Review of the Evidence.

    Szczepura, A., Gumber, A., Davies, R., & Johnson, M.R.D. (2004). Review of the Occupational Health and Safety of Britain’s Ethnic Minorities.

    Szczepura, A., Johnson, M.R.D., Gumber, A., & Orbell, S. (2003). Ethnicity: UK Colorectal Cancer Screening Pilot.

    Szczepura, A., Johnson, M.R.D., Gumber, A., & Orbell, S. (2003). Addressing Ethnic Diversity: Key findings from the UK Colorectal Cancer Screening Pilot.

    Gupta, D.B., & Gumber, A. (2003). Benefit Cost Analysis of Reproductive Health Programme. National Council of Applied Economic Research, New Delhi.

    Gupta, D.B., & Gumber, A. (2002). External Assistance to Health Sector and its Contributions: Problems and Prognosis. (Working Paper No.88). Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations, New Delhi.

    Gumber, A. (2002). Health Insurance for Informal Sector: Problems and Prospects. (Working Paper No.90). Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations, New Delhi.

    Gumber, A., & Pearson, M. (2002). Analysis of National Sample Survey Data (with particular reference to DFID priority states).

    Gupta, D.B., Gumber, A., & Majumdar, P. (2002). Health Manpower Need Assessment of Delhi. National Council of Applied Economic Research, New Delhi.

    Gupta, D.B., Singh, S., & Gumber, A. (2001). 21. Benefit Incidence Analysis of Reproductive Health Programme. National Council of Applied Economic Research, New Delhi.

    Gumber, A. (2001). Hedging the Health of the Poor: The Case for Community Financing in India. World Bank, Washington.

    Mahal, A., Singh, J., Afridi, F., Lamba, V., & Gumber, A. (2001). Who Benefits from Public Health Spending in India. World Bank, Washington.

    Gupta, D.B., & Gumber, A. (2001). Concurrent Evaluation of the ICDS Programme. National Council of Applied Economic Research, New Delhi.

    Pearson, M., Gumber, A., Gupta, D.B., & Purohit, B. (2001). Impact and Expenditure Review - Health Sector.

    Pearson, M., & Gumber, A. (2000). Impact and Expenditure Review of Health Sector in Andhra Pradesh: An Inception Report.

    Gumber, A. (2000). Health Insurance for Workers in the Informal Sector: Detailed Results from a Pilot Study. National Council of Applied Economic Research, New Delhi.

    Shariff, A., & Gumber, A. (1998). Economic Reforms and the Poor. National Council of Applied Economic Research, New Delhi.

    Shariff, A., & Gumber, A. (1998). Review of Employment and Wages in India: Before and After Reforms Scenario. National Council of Applied Economic Research.

    Gupta, D.B., & Gumber, A. (1998). Integrated Child Development Services: A Detailed Report of Pilot Study. National Council of Applied Economic Research, New Delhi.

    Visaria, P., & Gumber, A. (1997). Level and Pattern of Morbidity, Health Care Utilization and Expenditure Pattern in India. Gujarat Institute of Development Research, Ahmedabad.

    Gupta, D.B., Gumber, A., & Ramchandran, V. (1997). Integrated Child Development Services: Report of a Pilot Study. National Council of Applied Economic Research, New Delhi.

    Gumber, A. (1996). A Profile of Voluntary Organisations Focusing on Health Care in Ahmedabad, Baroda and Surat Cities. Gujarat Institute of Development Research, Ahmedabad.

    Visaria, P., Gumber, A., & Jacob, P. (1996). Morbidity, Health Care Utilization and Expenditure Pattern in Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab. Gujarat Institute of Development Research, Ahmedabad.

    Visaria, P., Gumber, A., & Jacob, P. (1996). Level, Pattern and Determinants of Poverty in Western India During 1972-73 to 1987-88. Gujarat Institute of Development Research, Ahmedabad.

    Visaria, P., Jacob, P., & Gumber, A. (1994). Tuberculosis in India, 1986-87: An Analysis of Data for Five States. Gujarat Institute of Development Research, Ahmedabad.

    Visaria, P., & Gumber, A. (1994). Utilization of and Expenditure on Health Care in India, 1986-87. Gujarat Institute of Development Research, Ahmedabad.

    Gumber, A., Visaria, L., & Kumar, B.L. (1993). Total Literacy Campaign in Gandhinagar District, 1991: An Evaluation. (Working Paper No. 51). Gujarat Institute of Development Research.

    Visaria, P., Gumber, A., & Visaria, L. (1992). School Enrolment, Attendance, Drop Outs and Literacy in Western India: Some Data on Levels and Determinants. (Working Paper No. 41). The Gujarat Institute of Area Planning.

    Gumber, A. (1992). Rehabilitation and Resettlement of the Oustees of Panam Dam in Gujarat: Key Results of a Survey in 1984 85. (Working Paper No. 40). Gujarat Institute of Area Planning.

    Visaria, P., Gumber, A., & Gopinath, C. (1992). Child Labour, Family Life and Fertility in India. Gujarat Institute of Development Research, Ahmedabad.

    Internet Publications

    Gumber, A. (2020). BAME people need a better chance of fighting off coronavirus – here’s what can be done now. http://www.theconversation.com/

    Gumber, A., & Bulsari, S. (2020). COVID-19 Impact on Indian Economy and Health: The Emergence of Corona-Economics. https://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/99659/

    Gumber, A., Lalitha, N., & Dhak, B. (2017). Rising healthcare costs and universal health coverage in India: an analysis of national sample surveys, 1986-2014. http://gidr.ac.in/pdf/wp-246-2579.pdf

    Media

    Gumber, A. (2020). UKRI & NIHR Funding on Covid-19 risks and ethnic minorities in the UK. BBC News: https://youtu.be/fnL81Vn-IHg

    Gumber, A. (2020). UKRI & NIHR Funding on Covid-19 risks and ethnic minorities in the UK. BBC News: https://youtu.be/fnL81Vn-IHg

    Gumber, A. (2013). Reduce risks of developing heart disease.

    Gumber, A. (2005). Low uptake of bowel cancer screening in South Asian invitees. BMJ

    Presentations

    Gumber, A. (2018). Economic Evaluation alongside Randomised Control Trials (RCTs) and Quality of Life. Presented at: 5th Global Mental Health Research Capacity and Capability Building Programme, Sharjah

    Gumber, A., Lalitha, N., & Dhak, B. (2018). Inter-State Disparities in Healthcare Costs, Health Insurance Coverage and Financial Protection to the Poor in India. Presented at: National Seminar on Indian Healthcare System, Bengaluru

    Gumber, A. (2018). Health Technology Assessment & Universal Health Coverage. Presented at: Innovative Health Financing Mechanisms: Making Healthcare Affordable in India, New Delhi

    Gumber, A. (2018). Use of Economic Evaluation in Health Policy Decision making in India. Presented at: 6th Annual Conference of Indian Health Economics & Policy Association (IHEPA), Puducherry (India)

    Gumber, A. (2018). Health Insurance Coverage and Financial Protection to the Poor in India: An Inter-State Analysis of National Sample Surveys Data. Presented at: 6th Annual Conference of Indian Health Economics & Policy Association (IHEPA), Puducherry

    Mitropoulos, A., Gumber, A., Crank, H., & Klonizakis, M. (2017). The effects of upper and lower limb exercise on the microvascular reactivity in systemic sclerosis patients. Presented at: Physiological Society Conference, Leeds

    Gumber, A., Lalitha, N., & Dhak, B. (2017). Rising Healthcare Costs and Universal Health Coverage in India: An Analysis of National Sample Surveys, 1986-2014. Presented at: National Seminar on Subjects Covered during 70th & 71st Rounds of NSS, New Delhi

    Dollamula, S., & Gumber, A. (2017). Key variants for quality of life and wellbeing of people with Parkinson's and their caregivers in the UK. Presented at: Advances in Patient Reported Outcomes Research Conference, Oxford

    Gumber, A., & Ismail, M. (2017). Improving Knowledge, Awareness and Uptake of Cancer and Cancer Screening services among Ethnic Minorities and Deprived Communities in the UK. Presented at: Workshop on Proposal Ideas for Studies in Screening, Prevention & Early Diagnosis (SPED), London

    Dollamula, S., & Gumber, A. (2017). Assessment of inequality, availability and affordability of health care services in Sri Lanka. Presented at: Spring Scientific Meeting - 2017, Liverpool

    Gumber, A., & Owen, D. (2017). Determinants of Personal Well-being across Ethnic Groups in the UK: Accounting for demographic, socioeconomic, health and contextual factors. Presented at: Personal wellbeing data user event: Showcasing data and research, London

    Gumber, A. (2016). Economic Burden of Parkinson's on People with Condition, their Family and Society: Some Methodological Issues Emerged from the UK Study. Presented at: 5th Annual Conference of Indian Health Economics & Policy Association (IHEPA), Kolkata

    Gumber, A. (2016). National Sample Survey (NSS) Rounds on Morbidity and Healthcare Utilisation: Reflections on Concepts, Definitions, Measurement and Analysis of Data. Presented at: 5th Annual Conference of Indian Health Economics & Policy Association (IHEPA), Kolkata, India, 2016

    Gumber, A. (2016). Financial implications of Parkinson's management and care on people with condition and their families: Key results from a UK cross-sectional survey. Presented at: HSRUK Symposium 2016, Nottingham

    Kesterton, S. (2016). Poster: Exploring the patient experience in a supervised exercise intervention for participants with venous ulcers. Presented at: Public Health England Annual Conference

    Gumber, A. (2016). Impact of Parkinson's on the quality of life of people with condition, their family and caregivers: Some evidence from a UK cross-sectional survey. Presented at: HSRUK Symposium 2016, Nottingham

    Gumber, A. (2016). Economic Evaluation Methodologies and Cost Estimation Studies. Presented at: 5th Annual Conference of Indian Health Economics & Policy Association, Kolkata

    Klonizakis, M., Tew, G.A., & Gumber, A. (2015). Exploring the feasibility of implementing an exercise intervention in patients with venous ulceration under a national healthcare system – a study protocol. Presented at: 10th World Congress for Microcirculation, Kyoto

    Gumber, A., & Owen, D. (2015). Happiness and Wellbeing Inequalities by Ethnicity in the UK: Corrected for Differences in Socio-demographic, Economic and Contextual Factors. Presented at: Society and Crisis: Quantitative and Qualitative Evaluations of Societal Well-Being, Leicester

    Gumber, A., Ismail, M., & Collins, K. (2015). Assessing, Developing and Piloting Information Support Tools to Increase Knowledge of, Satisfaction with and Awareness of Cancer and Cancer Screening and Treatment among the Muslim Communities. Presented at: 3rd National Awareness and Early Diagnosis Initiative (NAEDI), London

    Gumber, A., & Owen, D. (2015). Ethnic Inequalities in Subjective Wellbeing in the UK: Accounting for Socioeconomic, Contextual and Life-cycle Factors. Presented at: 4th Annual Conference of Indian Health Economics and Policy Association (IHEPA), Jaipur

    Gumber, A. (2014). Ethnicity, Neighbourhood Deprivation and Quality of Life: An exploratory analysis of Annual Population Survey data. Presented at: Labour Force Survey/Annual Population Survey User Conference 2014, London

    Gumber, A. (2014). Impact of Obesity on Sickness Absence: A study of underlying determinants amongst Royal Mail male employees. Presented at: Men, health and wellbeing: Critical insights" conference, Leeds

    Breese, R. (2013). Resilience in Health Services.

    Gumber, A., & Lalitha, N. (2013). Public private partnerships in health systems- case studies from Gujarat, India. Presented at: 3rd International Conference - health financing in developing and emerging countries, France

    Gumber, A. (2012). Health Care Use and Out-of-Pocket Expenditure in Western India: Trend and Pattern during 1980-2004. Presented at: Regional Dynamics, Economic Growth and Welfare in India, Abu, Rajasthan

    Gumber, A., Dhak, B., & Lalitha, N. (2011). Trends and Patterns in Health care Use and Treatment Costs in India during 1986 and 2004. Presented at: First Indian Health Economics and Policy Association (IHEPA) Conference, Delhi

    Clark, M., Moro, D., & Gumber, A. (2011). Preferences for prioritizing kidney transplants. Exploring preference heterogeneity using mixed logit, and latent class. Presented at: HESG Conference, Bangor

    Dunn, J., Begum, G., & Gumber, A. (2008). Improving ethnic data collection for cancer. Presented at: NCRI Cancer Conference, Birmingham

    Begum, G., Gumber, A., & Szczepura, A. (2008). CanEth: Improving ethnicity data collection for statistics of cancer incidence, prevalence and survival in the United Kingdom – public and professionals perceptions. Presented at: NCRI Cancer Conference, Birmingham

    Gumber, A. (2008). UK South Asian population and cancer screening. Presented at: Science, Health & Society Workshop, Coventry

    Clark, M., Gumber, A., & West, N. (2008). Exploration of key stakeholders' valuation of priority criteria for the allocation of deceased donor kidney transplants. Presented at: 11th Annual Congress of British Transplantation Society, Glasgow

    Szczepura, A., Gumber, A., & Raymond, N. (2007). Economic evaluation of improved diabetes care to patients of South Asian ethnicity: the United Kingdom Asian Diabetes Study. Presented at: 43rd European Association for the Study of Diabetes Annual Meeting, Amsterdam

    Clark, M., Gumber, A., & Higgins, R. (2007). Who should be prioritized for renal transplantation?: Analysis of stakeholder group and altruistic preferences. Presented at: Health Economists’ Study Group (HESG) Meeting, London

    Szczepura, A., Gumber, A., & Bean, C. (2007). Improving equity and efficiency in cancer screening programmes. Presented at: Fourth Annual Meeting of Health Technology Assessment International (HTAi), Barcelona

    Begum, G., Gumber, A., & Johnson, M.R.D. (2007). Improving ethnic data collection for statistics of cancer incidence, management, mortality and survival in the UK. Presented at: 28th Annual Meeting of the Society for Clinical Trials conference, Montreal

    Gumber, A. (2006). Ethnicity and name analysis: potential for improved ethnic monitoring in the NHS using Nam Pehchan. Presented at: Annual International Geographical Society Conference 2006 – Global Social Justice and Environment Sustainability, London

    Gumber, A., & Arora, G. (2005). Globalisation, external assistance and the health sector: some emerging issues in India. Presented at: 2nd International Conference on Health Financing in Developing Countries, Clermont-Ferrand, France

    Gumber, A. (2005). Bowel cancer screening: improving access for ethnic minorities. Presented at: Bowel Cancer Screening and Quality Assurance Endoscopy Conference, London

    Gumber, A. (2005). Pattern and determinants of health care use and expenditures at the end-of-life in India. Presented at: 5th World Congress of the International Health Economics Association, Barcelona

    Gumber, A. (2005). Ethnicity and cancer screening: improving access, reducing inequality. Presented at: Promote Research among Local Health Professionals, Coventry

    Gumber, A. (2004). Occupational health and safety of Britain’s ethnic minorities. Presented at: Annual Meeting of the Bradford Area Occupational Health and Safety Forum, Bradford

    Gumber, A. (2003). Health impact of urbanization and transport: the case of fatal and non-fatal injury in India'. Presented at: International Workshop on Urbanisation, Transport Systems and Health in Asia, Canberra

    Gumber, A. (2002). Who benefits from public health spending: the case of India. Presented at: 2nd International Conference on Equity in Health, Toronto

    Gumber, A. (2001). Changes in demographic and social conditions of displaced families: the case of a major irrigation project in India. Presented at: XXIV IUSSP General Conference on Population and Development, Salvador, Brazil

    Gumber, A. (2001). Cost and burden of injury in India: an emerging public health threat. Presented at: XXIV IUSSP General Conference on Population and Development, Salvador, Brazil

    Gumber, A. (2001). Health security for workers: the case of informal sector. Presented at: National Consultation on Health Security In India, New Delhi

    Gumber, A. (2001). WHR 2000 - fairness in financial contribution: health equity scenario in India. Presented at: Regional Consultation and Technical Workshop on Health Systems Performance Assessment, New Delhi

    Razzack, A., & Gumber, A. (2000). Differentials in human development: a case for Muslims empowerment. Presented at: International Seminar on Human Development in India, New Delhi

    Gumber, A. (2000). Determinants of unemployment in rural India: an exploration of NCAER household survey data of 1994. Presented at: International Seminar on Human Development in India, New Delhi

    Gumber, A. (2000). Early childhood programmes in India: an evaluation of ICDS. Presented at: International Conference on Early Childhood Care for Survival, Growth and Development, New Delhi

    Gumber, A. (1998). A concept note on health insurance for workers in the informal sector. Presented at: First Review Meeting of the NCAER-SEWA Informal Sector Project, New Delhi

    Shariff, A., & Gumber, A. (1998). Health care services in India: implications for reproductive health. Presented at: Reforming India's Social Sector: Strategies and Prospects, Mumbai

    Gumber, A. (1986). Impact of displacement on levels of living: its dimension and measurement issues. Presented at: 25th Indian Econometric Society Conference, Bangalore

    Other publications

    Gumber, A. (2017). Research reveals the hidden £16,000 price tag of Parkinson’s. https://www4.shu.ac.uk/mediacentre/research-reveals-hidden-%C2%A316000-price-tag-parkinson%E2%80%99s

    Gumber, A. (2015). money can't buy happiness. https://www4.shu.ac.uk/mediacentre/new-report-shows-money-cant-buy-happiness

  • Media

    Thousands of people affected by Parkinson’s are struggling with financial losses of more than £16,000 every year, according to new research published today by Sheffield Hallam University and charity Parkinson’s UK.
    Please click here to read full report

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