Determinants of infant mortality in a backward region of North India: are socio-economic or demographic factors dominant?
Several socio-economic factors have been found to be associated with infant and childhood mortality in the developing countries. However, the relative importance of socio-economic and demographic factors in influencing infant mortality, varies with the level of socio-economic development of the nation. Some studies have observed that in a traditional society, demographic factors affect infant mortality more than the socio-economic factors. In the early stages of development, demographic...[Show more]
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