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How rapidly will child malnutrition respond to GNP growth? This study explores that question using household data from twelve countries. In addition, data on the malnutrition rates since the 1970s available from a cross section of countries are employed in this investigation. Both forms of analysis yield similar results. Income increases at the household and at the national level imply similar rates of reduction in malnutrition at the same rate of increase income. Using these estimates we finddoi:10.1093/wber/lhg012 fatcat:2fkyzxuy4bcm7m7nsiu3c6cuoi