Health Reform, Population Policy and Child Nutritional Status in China

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Bredenkamp, Caryn (2008)
  • Publisher: World Bank, Washington, DC
  • Subject: ACCESS TO HEALTH SERVICES | ACCESSIBILITY | ANTENATAL CARE | BICYCLES | BIRTH CONTROL | BREASTFEEDING | BULLETIN | CHILD CARE | CHILD HEALTH | CHILD NUTRITION | CHILD SURVIVAL | CHINESE POPULATION | CITIES | COMMON COLD | COMMUNITY HEALTH | COMPETENCIES | CONTRACEPTION | COST OF TRAVEL | CULTURAL CHANGE | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | DISEASE CONTROL | ECONOMIC GROWTH | EDUCATED MOTHERS | EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT | EFFECTIVE ACTION | EMPLOYMENT | EPIDEMIOLOGY | EXPENDITURES | FAMILY-PLANNING METHODS | FARMLAND | FERTILITY | FEWER CHILDREN | FINANCIAL PENALTIES | FOOD POLICY | FOOD PRICES | FORMAL EDUCATION | GENDER DIFFERENTIALS | GENDER DISPARITIES | GOVERNMENT POLICIES | HEALTH CARE | HEALTH CARE SYSTEM | HEALTH ECONOMICS | HEALTH FACILITIES | HEALTH INSURANCE | HEALTH POLICY | HEALTH REFORM | HEALTH SECTOR | HEALTH SECTOR REFORM | HEALTH SERVICES | HEALTH SPECIALIST | HEALTH STATUS | HEALTH SYSTEM | HEALTH SYSTEM FINANCING | HEALTH SYSTEM REFORM | HEALTH-CARE SYSTEM | HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS | HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION | HOUSEHOLD HEAD | HOUSEHOLD INCOME | HOUSEHOLD SIZE | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | HUMAN RESOURCES | ILLNESS | IMMUNIZATION | IMMUNIZATIONS | INCOME GROWTH | INFANTS | INFLUENZA | INTERNATIONAL FOOD POLICY RESEARCH INSTITUTE | JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY | LABOR SUPPLY | LIVESTOCK OWNERSHIP | MALNUTRITION | MALNUTRITION AMONG CHILDREN | MATERNAL CARE | MEDICINES | MOTHER | NATIONAL LEVEL | NEIGHBORHOODS | NUMBER OF ADULTS | NUMBER OF CHILDREN | NUTRITION | NUTRITION INTERVENTIONS | NUTRITIONAL STATUS | OBSTETRIC CARE | PEDIATRICS | POLICY CHANGE | POLICY IMPLICATIONS | POLICY RESEARCH | POLICY RESEARCH WORKING PAPER | POLITICAL ECONOMY | POOR | POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT | POPULATION DENSITY | POPULATION GROWTH | POPULATION POLICY | POSTNATAL CARE | PREGNANCIES | PREGNANT WOMEN | PRIMARY SCHOOL | PROGRESS | PUBLIC HEALTH | PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES | PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS | PUBLIC POLICY | PUNITIVE MEASURES | QUALITY CARE | QUALITY OF CARE | QUALITY OF HEALTH | QUALITY OF SERVICES | RESPECT | RURAL | SAVINGS | SERVICE PROVISION | SEX | SIBLINGS | SOCIAL SCIENCE | SOCIOECONOMIC FACTORS | SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS | TRANSPORT | TRANSPORTATION | TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE | TRAVEL COSTS | TRAVEL TIME | TRAVEL TIMES | true | URBAN AREAS | URBAN POPULATION | USER FEES | WALKING | WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION | YOUNG CHILDREN

This paper examines the determinants of child nutritional status in seven provinces of China during the 1990s, focusing specifically on the role of two areas of public policy, namely health system reforms and the one ... View more
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