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3. Smith LC, Haddad L (2000) Explaining Child Malnutrition in Developing Countries: A Cross-Country Analysis. Research Report 111. Washington, DC: IFPRI.

4. Hoddinott J, Baulch B. (Forthcoming) Economic mobility and poverty dynamics in developing countries. Journal of Development Studies.

5. Méndez MA, Adair LS (1999) Severity and timing of stunting in the first two years of life affect performance on cognitive tests in later childhood. Journal of Nutrition 129(8): 1555-1562,

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8. Grantham-McGregor SM, Walker SP, Chang SM, Powell CA (1997) Effects of early childhood supplementation with and without stimulation on later development in stunted Jamaican children. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 66(2): 247-253.

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5. USCR (1999) World Refugee Survey 1999. Washington DC: USCR.

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