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Jörg Baten
Jörg Baten
Professor of Economic History, University of Tuebingen
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Quantifying quantitative literacy: Age heaping and the history of human capital
B A'Hearn, J Baten, D Crayen
The Journal of Economic History 69 (3), 783-808, 2009
4002009
The biological standard of living in Europe during the last two millennia
N Koepke, J Baten
European review of economic history 9 (1), 61-95, 2005
3032005
Book production and the onset of modern economic growth
J Baten, JL Van Zanden
Journal of Economic Growth 13, 217-235, 2008
2992008
How was life?: Global well-being since 1820
JL Van Zanden, J Baten, M Mira d’Ercole, A Rijpma, C Smith, M Timmer
OECD publishing, 2014
269*2014
Heights of men and women in 19th-century Bavaria: economic, nutritional, and disease influences
J Baten, JE Murray
Explorations in Economic History 37 (4), 351-369, 2000
2352000
The biological standard of living in comparative perspective: Contributions to the conference Held in Munich, January 18-22, 1997, for the XIIth Congress of the International …
J Komlos
Franz Steiner Verlag, 1998
2311998
Looking backward and looking forward: anthropometric research and the development of social science history
J Komlos, J Baten
Social science history 28 (2), 191-210, 2004
2172004
Growing tall but unequal: new findings and new background evidence on anthropometric welfare in 156 countries, 1810-1989
J Baten, M Blum
Economic History of Developing Regions 27 (sup-1), 66-85, 2012
2112012
The changing shape of global inequality 1820–2000; exploring a new dataset
JL Van Zanden, J Baten, P Foldvari, B Van Leeuwen
Review of income and wealth 60 (2), 279-297, 2014
2052014
A history of the global economy
J Baten
Cambridge University Press, 2016
2022016
Global trends in numeracy 1820–1949 and its implications for long-term growth
D Crayen, J Baten
Explorations in Economic History 47 (1), 82-99, 2010
1912010
Shareholder democracies? Corporate governance in Britain and Ireland before 1850
M Freeman, R Pearson, J Taylor
University of Chicago Press, 2019
173*2019
Inequality in Sub-Saharan Africa: new data and new insights from anthropometric estimates
A Moradi, J Baten
World development 33 (8), 1233-1265, 2005
1652005
Evolution of living standards and human capital in China in the 18–20th centuries: Evidences from real wages, age-heaping, and anthropometrics
J Baten, D Ma, S Morgan, Q Wang
Explorations in Economic History 47 (3), 347-359, 2010
1422010
Ernährung und wirtschaftliche Entwicklung in Bayern:(1730-1880)
J Baten
Steiner, 1999
1401999
Why are you tall while others are short? Agricultural production and other proximate determinants of global heights
J Baten, M Blum
European Review of Economic History 18 (2), 144-165, 2014
1382014
Technological and geographical knowledge spillover in the German empire 1877–1918
J Streb, J Baten, S Yin
The Economic History Review 59 (2), 347-373, 2006
1332006
Economic development and the distribution of nutritional resources in Bavaria, 1797–1839: an anthropometric study
J Baten
Journal of Income Distribution 9 (1), 89-106, 2000
1212000
The development and inequality of heights in North, West, and East India 1915–1944
AM Guntupalli, J Baten
Explorations in Economic History 43 (4), 578-608, 2006
1092006
Heights and real wages in the 18th and 19th centuries: an international overview
J Baten
Jahrbuch für Wirtschaftsgeschichte/Economic History Yearbook 41 (1), 61-76, 2000
1082000
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