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Public Policy and Anthropometric Outcomes in Cote d'Ivoire


  • Thomas, D.
  • Lavy, V.
  • Strauss, J.


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  • Thomas, D. & Lavy, V. & Strauss, J., 1992. "Public Policy and Anthropometric Outcomes in Cote d'Ivoire," Papers 89, World Bank - Living Standards Measurement.
  • Handle: RePEc:fth:wobali:89

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