- Title Pages
- UNU World Institute for Development Economics Research (UNU/Wider)
- List of Tables
- List of Figures
- 1 Background and Introduction
- 2 Characterization and Measurement of Undernutrition: Controversies and Consensus
- 3 A Model of Nutrition and Economic Productivity
- 4 Related Empirical Evidence
- 5 Undernutrition: The FAO Estimates
- 6 Calorie Availability in Sub‐Saharan Africa
- 7 Calorie Intake and Distribution: Estimates from the Consumption Side
- 8 Minimum Calorie‐Expenditure Requirements for Individuals
- 9 From Individual Calorie Requirements to Per‐Capita Calorie Cut‐Off Points
- 10 Aggregate Estimations of Prevalence of Undernutrition: Scope for Improvements?
- 11 Anthropometric Indicators of Undernutrition: Measurements and Evidence
- 12 Anthropometric Indicators: Measurement and Selection Biases?
- 13 Anthropometric Status: An Incomplete Indicator of Undernutrition
- 14 Anthropometric Failure: Morbidity and Mortality Risks
- 15 On Reasons for Child Mortality and Anthropometric Failure
- 16 Excess Mortality, Economic Growth, and Public Action in Sub‐Saharan Africa
- 17 Growth, Public Action, and Well‐Being: What Can Sub‐Saharan Africa Learn from Others?
- 18 Synthesis and Conclusions
- Index of Names
- General Index
- Poverty and Undernutrition
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