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|Title:||Determinants of Malnutrition Among Children in Kyrgyzstan: Empirical Evidence from LIK-2013|
|Abstract:||This thesis looks into the determinants of child health: expenditure on tradition and remittances, using the cross-sectional dataset from Life in Kyrgyzstan 2013. Expenditure on tradition is found to be significant and have a positive relationship with the height-forage ZScore (1% significance level, 95% CI:0.006-0.043). Impact of remittances on child health status was investigated using simple OLS and 2SLS estimation methods. After using IV, it was found that remittances can improve the height-for-age ZScore by 2.97 points (15% significance level, 95% CI: -1.161-7.107).|
|Appears in Collections:||2018|
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