The Growth of Poor Children in China 1991-2000: Why Food Subsidies May Matter
Lars Spencer Osberg (),
Jiaping Shao and
Kuan Xu ()
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Keywords: height-for-age; child heath; growth; inequality; poverty; food subsidies; China (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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