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2012 Incentives that saved lives: Government regulation of accident insurance associations in Germany, 1884 - 1914Guinnane, Timothy W. / Streb, Jochen
2014 Culture, spatial diffusion of ideas and their long-lasting imprints: Evidence from Froebel's kindergarten movementBauernschuster, Stefan / Falck, Oliver
2009 No room to live: urban overcrowding in Edwardian BritainGazeley, Ian / Newell, Andrew
2009 Catch me if you can: education and catch-up in the industrial revolutionBecker, Sascha O. / Hornung, Erik / Woessmann, Ludger
2013 Why did the Netherlands develop so early? The legacy of the Brethren of the Common LifeAkçomak, İbrahim Semih / Webbink, Herman Dinand / ter Weel, Bas
2009 Fertility decline and the heights of children in Britain, 1886 - 1938Hatton, Timothy J. / Martin, Richard M.
2011 The empire is dead, long live the empire! Long-run persistence of trust and corruption in the bureaucracyBecker, Sascha O. / Boeckh, Katrin / Hainz, Christa / Woessmann, Ludger
2013 The transformation of hunger revisitedGazeley, Ian / Newell, Andrew / Bezabih, Mintewab
2012 The declines in infant mortality and fertility: Evidence from British cities in demographic transitionNewell, Andrew T. / Gazeley, Ian
2014 Health, Height and the Household at the Turn of the 20th CenturyBailey, Roy E. / Hatton, Timothy J. / Inwood, Kris E.

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