John Brown
John Brown
Department of Economics, Clark University
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An empirical assessment of the comparative advantage gains from trade: evidence from Japan
DM Bernhofen, JC Brown
American Economic Review 95 (1), 208-225, 2005
Fertility transition in a rural, Catholic population: Bavaria, 1880–1910
JC Brown, TW Guinnane
Population studies 56 (1), 35-49, 2002
A direct test of the theory of comparative advantage: the case of Japan
DM Bernhofen, JC Brown
Journal of Political Economy 112 (1), 48-67, 2004
Malthus: The life and legacies of an untimely prophet
RJ Mayhew
Harvard University Press, 2014
Regions and time in the European fertility transition: problems in the Princeton Project’s statistical methodology1
JC Brown, TW Guinnane
The Economic history review 60 (3), 574-595, 2007
Coping with crisis? The diffusion of waterworks in late nineteenth-century German towns
JC Brown
The Journal of Economic History 48 (2), 307-318, 1988
The condition of England and the standard of living: Cotton textiles in the Northwest, 1806–1850
JC Brown
The Journal of Economic History 50 (3), 591-614, 1990
Motions and loads of a hydroelastic frigate model in severe seas. Discussion. Authors' closure
K McTaggart, I Datta, A Stirling, S Gibson, I Glen, JC Brown
Transactions-Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers 105, 427-453, 1997
Imperfect competition and Anglo-German trade rivalry: markets for cotton textiles before 1914
JC Brown
The Journal of Economic History 55 (3), 494-527, 1995
Retrospectives: On the genius behind David Ricardo's 1817 formulation of comparative advantage
DM Bernhofen, JC Brown
Journal of Economic Perspectives 32 (4), 227-240, 2018
Market organization, protection, and vertical integration: German cotton textiles before 1914
JC Brown
The Journal of Economic History 52 (2), 339-351, 1992
Involvement, engagement, and community: Dimensions and correlates of parental participation in a majority–minority urban school district
JC Brown, EM Graves, MA Burke
Urban Education 57 (5), 899-934, 2022
The history of the modern career: an introduction
MHD van Leeuwen, J Brown, D Mitch
Origins of the modern career, 3-41, 2004
Reforming the urban environment: sanitation, housing, and government intervention in Germany, 1870–1910
JC Brown
The Journal of Economic History 49 (2), 450-452, 1989
Two statistical problems in the Princeton project on the European fertility transition
JC Brown, TW Guinnane
Available at SSRN 445901, 2003
Public reform for private gain? The case of investments in sanitary infrastructure: Germany, 1880-1887
JC Brown
Urban Studies 26 (1), 2-12, 1989
Infant mortality decline in rural and urban Bavaria: fertility, economic transformation, infant care, and inequality in Bavaria and Munich, 1825–1910
JC Brown, TW Guinnane
The Economic History Review 71 (3), 853-886, 2018
Testing the general validity of the Heckscher-Ohlin theorem
DM Bernhofen, JC Brown
American Economic Journal: Microeconomics 8 (4), 54-90, 2016
Public health reform and the decline in urban mortality. The case of Germany, 1876-1912
JC Brown
International Economic History Congress, Louvain, 1990
The Munich Polizeimeldebögen as a Source for Quantitative History
JC Brown, TW Guinnane, M Lupprian
Historical Methods: A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History …, 1993
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