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Chocs Externes, Gestion de l’Etat et Mortalité des Enfants en Zambie de 1964 à 1998

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  • Albert‐Enéas Gakusi
  • Michel Garenne
  • Guillaume Gaullier

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  • Albert‐Enéas Gakusi & Michel Garenne & Guillaume Gaullier, 2005. "Chocs Externes, Gestion de l’Etat et Mortalité des Enfants en Zambie de 1964 à 1998," African Development Review, African Development Bank, vol. 17(1), pages 70-105.
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    1. Julie Subervie & Patrick Guillaumont & Catherine Korachais, 2006. "How Macroeconomic Instability Lowers Child Survival," Post-Print hal-00221458, HAL.

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