Gender‐Biased Breastfeeding in Egypt: Examining the Fertility Preference Hypotheses of Jayachandran and Kuziemko (2011)
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- Sharaf, Mesbah & Rashad, Ahmed & Mansour, El-Hussien, 2019.
"Son Preference and Child Under Nutrition in the Arab Countries: Is There a Gender Bias Against Girls?,"
2019-8, University of Alberta, Department of Economics.
- Mesbah Sharaf & Ahmed Rashad & El-Hussien Ibrahim Mansour, 2019. "Son preference and child under nutrition in the Arab countries: is there a gender bias against girls?," Working Papers 1309, Economic Research Forum, revised 21 Aug 2019.
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