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NBER Working Papers and Publications

August 2017The Rise and Fall of Pellagra in the American South
with Ethan Schmick, Werner Troesken: w23730
November 2016Laws, Educational Outcomes, and Returns to Schooling: Evidence from the Full Count 1940 Census
with Jeff Lingwall, Melvin Stephens, Jr.: w22855
April 2016Canary in a Coal Mine: Infant Mortality, Property Values, and Tradeoffs Associated with Mid-20th Century Air Pollution
with Joshua Lewis, Edson Severnini: w22155
October 2015Pollution, Infectious Disease, and Mortality: Evidence from the 1918 Spanish Influenza Pandemic
with Joshua Lewis, Edson Severnini: w21635
February 2014Coal, Smoke, and Death: Bituminous Coal and American Home Heating
with Alan Barreca, Joel Tarr: w19881
January 2013Adapting to Climate Change: The Remarkable Decline in the U.S. Temperature-Mortality Relationship over the 20th Century
with Alan Barreca, Olivier Deschenes, Michael Greenstone, Joseph S. Shapiro: w18692
October 2012Do Schooling Laws Matter? Evidence from the Introduction of Compulsory Attendance Laws in the United States
with Jeff Lingwall, Melvin Stephens, Jr.: w18477
May 2011Did Frederick Brodie Discover the World's First Environmental Kuznets Curve? Coal Smoke and the Rise and Fall of the London Fog
with Werner Troesken
in The Economics of Climate Change: Adaptations Past and Present, Gary D. Libecap and Richard H. Steckel, editors
October 2010Lead and Mortality
with Werner Troesken, Michael R. Haines: w16480

Published: Lead, Mortality, and Productivity (with Werner Troesken and Michael Haines). NBER Working Paper #16480. Earlier version: Lead Pipes and Child Mortality (with Werner Troesken and Michael Haines), NBER Working Paper #12603. Review of Economics and Statistics July 2014, Vol. 96, No. 3, Pages 458-470 citation courtesy of

January 2010Did Frederick Brodie Discover the World's First Environmental Kuznets Curve? Coal Smoke and the Rise and Fall of the London Fog
with Werner Troesken: w15669

Published: Did Frederick Brodie Discover the World's First Environmental Kuznets Curve? Coal Smoke and the Rise and Fall of the London Fog, Karen Clay, Werner Troesken. in The Economics of Climate Change: Adaptations Past and Present, Libecap and Steckel. 2011

October 2006Lead Pipes and Child Mortality
with Werner Troesken, Michael Haines: w12603
March 2006Deprivation and Disease in Early Twentieth-Century America
with Werner Troesken: w12111
December 2001Prices and Price Dispersion on the Web: Evidence from the Online Book Industry
with Ramayya Krishnan, Eric Wolff
in E-commerce, Severin Borenstein and Garth Saloner, editors
May 2001Prices and Price Dispersion on the Web: Evidence from the Online Book Industry
with Ramayya Krishnan, Eric Wolff: w8271

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