Malnutrition, subsequent Risk of Mortality and Civil War in Burundi

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Philip Verwimp;
(2011)
  • Subject: malnutrition | Africa | instrumental variables | children | mortality | malnutrition; mortality; children; war; Africa; instrumental variables | war | Economie
    mesheuropmc: humanities | social sciences

The paper investigates the effect of child malnutrition on the risk of mortality in Burundi, a very poor country heavily affected by civil war. We use anthropometric data from a longitudinal survey (1998-2007). We find that undernourished children, as measured by the he... View more
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