Determinants of Child Morbidity and Factors Governing Utilisation of Child Health Care: Evidence from Rural India
AbstractThe objective in this paper is to estimate the role played by such factors in determining the utilisation of formal health care to cure diarrhoea and certain respiratory illnesses plaguing young children. [Working Paper 63/2012]. URL:[http://www.mse.ac.in/pub/Working%20Paper%2063.pdf].
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Child Morbidity; Utilisation; child health care; rural India; children; Indian states; child; nutritional status; National Family Health Survey; age; Autonomy; Bivariate Probit; Cough; Diarrhoea; India; Nutrition; ORS; Sample Selection; Symptoms; woman; household;
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