On the timing of marriage, cattle, and weather shocks in rural Zimbabwe
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- Jean-Philippe Platteau & Guilia Camilotti & Emmanuelle Auriol, 2017.
"Eradicating women-hurting customs: What role for social engineering?,"
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KeywordsHealth Monitoring&Evaluation; Anthropology; Population&Development; Agricultural Knowledge&Information Systems; Livestock&Animal Husbandry;
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