Infant Mortality Decline in Malaysia, 1946-1975: The Roles of Changes in Variables and Changes in the Structure of Relationships
Jan 1, 1986
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This research brief describes work documented in Infant Mortality Decline in Malaysia, 1946-1975: The Roles of Changes in Variables and Changes in the Structure of Relationships (N-2491-WB/RF/FF) and Why Were Infant and Child Mortality Rates Highest in the Poorest States of Peninsular Malaysia, 1941-75? (N-2329-FF/RF/WFHF).
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