To address developing countries’ staggering lack of progress in addressing malnutrition, we need to train a new generation of policy and program managers who can traverse the disciplines engaged in nutrition schemes and policy making. But who will do this and how?
The authors make a modest attempt to introduce basic economic concepts and their policy applications to scholars with a nutrition and some quantitative background. They also introduce several analytical methods that use real world data to explore nutrition-related policies.
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