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NBER Working Papers by Carolyn Moehling

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May 2013Immigrant Assimilation into U.S. Prisons, 1900-1930
with Anne Morrison Piehl: w19083

Published: Carolyn Moehling & Anne Piehl, 2014. "Immigrant assimilation into US prisons, 1900–1930," Journal of Population Economics, Springer, vol. 27(1), pages 173-200, January. citation courtesy of

April 2012Saving Babies: The Contribution of Sheppard-Towner to the Decline in Infant Mortality in the 1920s
with Melissa A. Thomasson: w17996

Published: “Saving Babies: The Impact of Public Health Education Programs on Infant Mortality.” (with Carolyn Moehling). Demography, 51(2), April 2014, 367-386.

August 2010Immigration: America's nineteenth century "law and order problem"?
with Howard Bodenhorn, Anne Morrison Piehl: w16266

Published: Imm igrati on: America’s Nineteent h-Century Law and O rder Problem.” In Migration and C ulture , 295-323. Front iers of E conomics of Glo abl izati on Series. E dited by Gi l S. E pstein a nd Ira Gang. Emerald Publ ishers (2010).

April 2010Short Criminals: Stature and Crime in Early America
with Howard Bodenhorn, Gregory N. Price: w15945

Published: Howard Bodenhorn & Carolyn Moehling & Gregory N. Price, 2012. "Short Criminals: Stature and Crime in Early America," Journal of Law and Economics, University of Chicago Press, vol. 55(2), pages 393 - 419. citation courtesy of

November 2007Immigration and Crime in Early 20th Century America
with Anne Morrison Piehl: w13576
February 2000Wealth Inequality Trends in Industrializing New England: New Evidence and Tests of Competing Hypotheses
with Richard H. Steckel: h0122

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