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2006 Social Composition, Social Conflict, and Economic DevelopmentStrulik, Holger
2006 Steht auf, wenn ihr Deutsche seid! : Sozio-ökonomische Erklärungsansätze der neuen Patriotismuswelle anläßlich der Fußball-WMStrulik, Holger
2007 Subsistence: A Bio-economic Foundation of the Malthusian EquilibriumStrulik, Holger; Dalgaard, Carl-Johan
2007 A bioeconomic foundation of the Malthusian equilibrium : body size and population size in the long-runDalgaard, Carl-Johan; Strulik, Holger
2007 Riding high: success in sports and the rise of doping culturesStrulik, Holger
2007 The Credit Channel of Capital Tax PolicyStrulik, Holger
2007 Staying on the doleStrulik, Holger; Tyran, Jean-Robert; Vanini, Paolo
2007 Geography, Health, and the Pace of Demo-Economic DevelopmentStrulik, Holger
2007 The simplest unified growth theoryStrulik, Holger; Weisdorf, Jacob
2008 The Role of Poverty and Community Norms in Child Labor and Schooling DecisionsStrulik, Holger
2008 Should continued family firms face lower taxes than other estates?Grossmann, Volker; Strulik, Holger
2008 Fiscal, monetary, and financial interactions in dynamic general equilibriumStrulik, Holger
2008 Should continued family firms face lower taxes than other estates?Grossmann, Volker; Strulik, Holger
2008 Comparing consumption: a curse or a blessing?Strulik, Holger
2008 The role of poverty and community norms in child labor and schooling decisionsStrulik, Holger
2008 A Note on economic growth with subsistence consumptionStrulik, Holger
2008 Anticipated tax reforms and temporary tax cuts: a general equilibrium analysisStrulik, Holger; Trimborn, Timo
2008 Energy distribution, power laws, and economic growthDalgaard, Carl-Johan; Strulik, Holger
2008 Birth, death, and development: a simple unified growth theoryStrulik, Holger; Weisdorf, Jacob
2008 Degrees of development: how geographic latitude sets the pace of industrialization and demographic changeStrulik, Holger