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2012 The anthropometric history of Native Americans, c. 1820 - 1890Komlos, John / Carlson, Leonard
2010 The trend of BMI values among US adultsKomlos, John / Brabec, Marek
2009 How useful is anthropometric history? Some reflections on Paul Hohenberg’s recent presidential address to the American Economic History AssociationKomlos, John
2010 A quantile approach to the relationship between body mass, wealth, and inequalityCarson, Scott Alan
2004 Institutions and technological innovation during early economic growth : evidence from the great inventors of the United States, 1790-1930Khan, B. Zorina / Sokoloff, Kenneth L.
2013 Development versus Legacy: The Relative Role of Development and Historical Legacies in Achieving Gender EqualityDilli, Selin / Rijpma, Auke / Carmichael, Sarah
2012 A Three-Decade “Kuhnian” History of the Antebellum Puzzle: Explaining the shrinking of the US population at the onset of modern economic growthKomlos, John
2010 Global Height Trends and the Determinants of Anthropometric Welfare, 1810s - 1980sBlum, Matthias / Baten, Jörg
2011 Demographic, residential, and socioeconomic effects on the distribution of 19th century African-American Body Mass Index valuesCarson, Scott Alan
2010 The spinning jenny and the industrial revolution: A reappraisalGragnolati, Ugo / Moschella, Daniele / Pugliese, Emanuele

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