Child Mortality in Malaysia. Ethnic Differences and the Recent Decline
AbstractThis paper is focused on two issues. Firstly, to what extent can we explain the observed mortality decline and secondly, can we attribute the observed chinese advantage to demographic or behavioural factors?
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