More Calories or More Diversity? An econometric evaluation of the impact of the PROGRESA and PROCAMPO transfer programmes on food security in rural Mexico
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KeywordsAgricultural sector; Cash flow; Food security; Gender; Households; Human nutrition; Mexico; Nutrition policies; Poverty; Rural development; Rural population; Socioeconomic development; Women;
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