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NBER Working Papers by Robert W. Fogel

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August 2011Was What Ail'd Ya' What Kill'd Ya'?
with Robert W. Fogel, Louis Cain, Joseph Burton, Brian Bettenhausen: w17322
April 2011An Overview of The Changing Body: Health, Nutrition, and Human Development in the Western World Since 1700
with Robert W. Fogel, Nathaniel Grotte: w16938
April 2010Diet, Health and Work Intensity in England and Wales, 1700-1914
with Bernard Harris, Roderick Floud, Robert W. Fogel, Sok Chul Hong: w15875
February 2010Further Comments on The Impact of the Asian Miracle on the Theory of Economic Growth
w15721
May 2009The Impact of the Asian Miracle on the Theory of Economic Growth
w14967
September 2008Forecasting the Cost of U.S. Health Care in 2040
w14361
June 2007Capitalism and Democracy in 2040: Forecasts and Speculations
w13184
March 2006Why China is Likely to Achieve its Growth Objectives
w12122
March 2005Changes in the Physiology of Aging during the Twentieth Century
w11233
February 2005RECONSIDERING EXPECTATIONS OF ECONOMIC GROWTH AFTER
w11125
September 2004High Performing Asian Economies
w10752
February 2004Changes in the Disparities in Chronic Disease during the Course of the Twentieth Century
w10311
September 2003Changes in the Process of Aging During the Twentieth Century: Findings and Procedures of the Early Indicators Project
w9941
July 2003Who Gets Health Care?
with Robert W. Fogel, Chulhee Lee: w9870
June 2003Secular Trends in Physiological Capital: Implications for Equity in Health Care
w9771
July 2000Simon S. Kuznets: April 30, 1901-July 9, 1985
w7787
March 1994The Relevance of Malthus for the Study of Mortality Today: Long-Run Influences on Health, Mortality, Labor Force Participation, and Population Growth
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February 1994Economic Growth, Population Theory, and Physiology: The Bearing of Long-Term Processes on the Making of Economic Policy
w4638
December 1993New Sources and New Techniques for the Study of Secular Trends in Nutritional Status, Health, Mortality, and the Process of Aging
h0026
January 1993Problems in Modeling Complex Dynamic interactions: The Political Realignment of the 1850s
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June 1992Early Indicators of Later Work Levels, Disease, and Death
with Robert W. Fogel, Larry T. Wimmer: h0038
January 1992Toward a New Synthesis on the Role of Economic Issues in the Political Realignment of the 1850s
h0034
September 1990The Conquest of High Mortality and Hunger in Europe and America: Timing and Mechanisms
h0016
May 1989Second Thoughts on the European Escape from Hunger: Famines, Price Elasticities, Entitlements, Chronic Malnutrition, and Mortality Rates
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December 1987Some Notes on the Scientific Methods of Simon Kuznets
w2461
1986Nutrition and the Decline in Mortality Since 1700: Some Additional Preliminary Findings
w1802
July 1984Nutrition and the Decline in Mortality Since 1700: Some Preliminary Findings
w1402
May 1982Changes in American and British Stature Since the Mid-Eighteenth Century: A Prelimanary Report on the Usefulness of Data on Height...
with Robert W. Fogel, Stanley L. Engerman, Roderick Floud, Richard H. Steckel, James Trussell: w0890
1982The Economics of Mortality in North America, 1650-1910: A Description ofa Research Project
with Robert W. Fogel, Stanley L. Engerman, James Trussell, Roderick Floud, Clayne L. Pope: r0236

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