Economic and measurement issues in diet diversity and obesity in China
Using the China Health and Nutrition Survey 2004-2009 this thesis reports the examination of three separate yet related questions: (i) Do levels of income and education affect the diversity of diet among Chinese adults?; (ii) Are the estimated impacts of income and education sensitive to how diet diversity is measured?; and (iii) Are overweight and obesity confined to affluent and better educated Chinese? The thesis is organised as follows. Chapter 2 examines the relationship between...[Show more]
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