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February 1991Precedence and Wealth: Evidence from Nineteenth Century Utah
with David W. Galenson: h0022

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May 1989Economic and Geographic Mobility on the Farming Frontier: Evidence from Appanoose County, Iowa 1850-1870
with David W. Galenson: h0004

Published: Journal of Economic History, vol. XLIX, no. 3, pp. 635-655, Sept. 1989.

August 1984Unobservable Family and Individual Contributions to the Distributions ofIncome and Wealth
with J. R. Kearl: w1425

Published: Kearl, J. R. and Clayne L. Pope, "Observable Family and Individual Contributions to the Distributions of Income and Wealth," Journal of Labor Economics, July 1987.

June 1983Life-Cycles in Income and Wealth
with J. R. Kearl: w1146

Published: JLE, Vol. 4, no. 3, part 2 (1986): S48-S79.

August 1982Household Wealth in a Settlement Economy: Utah, 1850-1870
with J. R. Kearl, Larry T. Wimmer: r0314

Published: Kearl, J. R.; Pope, Clayne L.; and Wimmer, Larry T. "Household Wealth in a Settlement Economy: Utah, 1850-1870," The Journal of Economic History, Vol. XL, No. 3 (September, 1980), pp. 477-496.

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: r0236

Published: Fogel, Robert W.; Engerman, Stanley L.; Trussell, James; Floud, Roderick; and Pope, Clayne L., et al. "The Economics of Mortality in North America, 16 50-1910: A Description of a Research Project." Historical Methods, Vol. 11, No. 2, (Spring 1979), pp. 75-108.

September 1981Intergenerational Effects of the Distribution of Income and Wealth: The Utah Experience, 1850-1900
with J. R. Kearl: w0754
June 1981Wealth Mobility: The Missing Element
with J. R. Kearl: w0692

Published: Kearl, J.R. "Wealth Mobility: The Missing Element," Journal of Economic History, (March 1983).

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