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This paper could be considered as a first attempt to assess the impact of the impoverishment process in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) on the health status of the population. In doing that it will be utilized as analytical framework the so called "recession model* proposed by Mosley-Chen (1984), Cornia-Jolly-Stewart (1988), and more recently respecified by Anand-Chen (1996). After a description of the analytical framework the analysis will focus on the CEE situation, starting with a description of the impoverishment process. The evolution of the food-nutrient-micronutrient intake during the transition will constitute the subject of the third part. The dependent variable (health status) will be analysed in the fourth part with a view to establishing a causal relationship


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