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Howard Bodenhorn
Howard Bodenhorn
Professor of Economics, Clemson University and Research Associate, NBER
Verified email at clemson.edu
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A history of banking in Antebellum America: financial markets and economic development in an Era of Nation-Building
H Bodenhorn
Cambridge University Press, 2000
2982000
State banking in early America: A new economic history
H Bodenhorn
Oxford University Press, 2002
2822002
Short-term loans and long-term relationships: Relationship lending in early America
H Bodenhorn
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2001
1992001
The Color Factor: The Economics of African-American Well-being in the Nineteenth-century South
H Bodenhorn
Oxford University Press, USA, 2015
170*2015
Sample-selection biases and the industrialization puzzle
H Bodenhorn, TW Guinnane, TA Mroz
The Journal of Economic History 77 (1), 171-207, 2017
1322017
The mulatto advantage: The biological consequences of complexion in rural antebellum Virginia
H Bodenhorn
Journal of Interdisciplinary History 33 (1), 21-46, 2002
1282002
Colourism and African–American wealth: Evidence from the nineteenth-century south
H Bodenhorn, CS Ruebeck
Journal of Population economics 20, 599-620, 2007
1272007
Colorism, complexion homogamy, and household wealth: Some historical evidence
H Bodenhorn
American Economic Review 96 (2), 256-260, 2006
1152006
A troublesome caste: height and nutrition of antebellum Virginia's rural free blacks
H Bodenhorn
The Journal of Economic History 59 (4), 972-996, 1999
1081999
Bank Chartering and Political Corruption in Antebellum New York. Free Banking as Reform
H Bodenhorn
Corruption and reform: lessons from America's economic history, 231-258, 2006
1042006
Regional interest rates in antebellum America
H Bodenhorn, H Rockoff
Strategic factors in nineteenth century American economic history: A volume …, 1992
951992
The economics of identity and the endogeneity of race
H Bodenhorn, C Ruebeck
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2003
812003
Capital mobility and financial integration in antebellum America
H Bodenhorn
The Journal of Economic History 52 (3), 585-610, 1992
811992
Risk compensation and the effectiveness of safety belt use laws: a case study of New Jersey
P Asch, DT Levy, D Shea, H Bodenhorn
Policy Sciences 24, 181-197, 1991
541991
Teachers, and scholars too: Economic scholarship at elite liberal arts colleges
H Bodenhorn
The Journal of Economic Education 28 (4), 323-336, 1997
531997
A more perfect union: Regional interest rates in the United States, 1880-1960
H Bodenhorn
Anglo-American Financial Systems: Institutions and Markets in the Twentieth …, 1995
531995
Entry, rivalry and free banking in antebellum America
H Bodenhorn
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 682-686, 1990
511990
Usury ceilings and bank lending behavior: Evidence from nineteenth century New York
H Bodenhorn
Explorations in Economic History 44 (2), 179-202, 2007
502007
Short criminals: Stature and crime in early America
H Bodenhorn, C Moehling, GN Price
The Journal of Law and Economics 55 (2), 393-419, 2012
442012
The complexion gap: The economic consequences of color among free African Americans in the rural antebellum south
H Bodenhorn
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2002
442002
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