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What Dimensions of Women’s Empowerment Matter Most for Child Nutrition? Evidence Using Nationally Representative Data from Bangladesh

  title={What Dimensions of Women{\^a}€{\texttrademark}s Empowerment Matter Most for Child Nutrition? Evidence Using Nationally Representative Data from Bangladesh},
  author={Priya Bhagowalia and P. Menon and A. Quisumbing and V. Soundararajan},
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