Working Papers and Recent Publications Jörg Baten

  • No. 71 "Interpersonal violence in South Asia, 900-1900", with Sarah Gust and Jörg Baten
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  • No. 70 "Institutional Quality, cash-Crop Farming, Colonialism and Early Numeracy Development in West Africa, 18th to early 20th Century", with Gabriele Cappelli
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  • No. 69 "Compulsory licensing and innovation - Historical evidence from German patents after WWI", with Petra Moser and Nicola Bianchi
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  • No. 68 ""Girl Power" in Eastern Europe? The Human Capital Development of Central-Eastern and Eastern Europe in the Seventeenth to Nineteenth Centuries and Its Determinants", with Mikołaj Szołtysek and Monica Campestrini
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  • No. 67 “Economics, Human Biology and Inequality: a review of “puzzles” and recent contributions from a Deatonian perspective” with Jörg Baten
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  • No. 66 "Numeracy of Africans, Asians, and Europeans during the Early Modern Period: New Evidence from Cape Colony Court Registers” with Johan Fourie
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  • No. 65 "Social and Intertemporal Differences of Basic Numeracy in Pannonia (1st Century BCE- 3rd Century CE)”, with Stefan Priwitzer
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  • No. 64 "Poor, Hungry and Ignorant: Numeracy and the Impact of High Food Prices in Industrializing Britain, 1780-1850”, with Dorothee Crayen and Hans-Joachim Voth
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  • No. 63 "The Changing Shape of Global Inequality 1820-2000. Exploring a New Dataset” with Jan Luiten van Zanden, Péter Földvari, and Bas van Leeuwen
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  • No. 62 "“Why are you tall while others are short? Agricultural production and other proximate determinants of global heights” with Matthias Blum
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  • No. 61 "War der Adel eine Elitegruppe? Die 'Numeracy' verschiedener Sozialgruppen im Georgien des 19. Jahrhunderts“ with Tinatin Sirbiladze
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  • No. 60 "The Early Regional Development of Human Capital in Europe, 1790 – 1880” with Ralph Hippe
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  • No. 59 "On the Status and the Future of Economic History in the World”, with Julia Muschallik
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  • No. 58 "An Anthropometric History of the World, 1810-1980: Did Migration and Globalization Influence Country Trends?” with Matthias Blum
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  • No. 57 "Exploring the evolution of living standards in Ghana, 1880-2000: An anthropometric approach” with Gareth Austin and Alexander Moradi
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  • No. 56 "Civil War Determinants From a Long-Term Perspective: Was There Impact Of Anthropometric Deprivation From 1816-1999?", with Christina Mumme and Jörg Baten
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  • No. 55 "Estimating Skill Premia with Anthropometric Indicators" with Matthias Blum and Jörg Baten
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  • No. 54 "Women count. Gender (In-)Equalities in the Human Capital Development in Asia, 1900-1960" with Julia Friesen and Valeria Prayon

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  • No. 53 "On the Human Capital of Inca Indios before and after the Spanish Conquest", with Dácil-Tania Juif and Jörg Baten
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  • No. 52 "Brain Drain, Numeracy and Skill Premia during the Era of Mass Migration: Reassessing the Roy-Borjas Model”, with Yvonne Stolz
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  • No. 51 "Growth effects of 19th century mass migrations: “Fome Zero” for Brazil?" with Yvonne Stolz, Joerg Baten and Tarcísio Botelho

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  • No. 50 "The Biological Standard of Living in Early 19th-Century West Africa: New Anthropometric Evidence" with Gareth Austin, Bas van Leeuwen Jörg Baten
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  • No. 49 "Portuguese Living Standards 1720-1980 – Heights, Income and Human Capital" with Yvonne Stolz, Joerg Baten, and Jaime Reis
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  • No. 48 "Convergence and Divergence of Numeracy: The Development of Age Heaping in Latin America, 17th to 20th Centuries2" with Kerstin Manzel, Yvonne Stolz and Jörg Baten
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  • No. 47 "Long-Term Economic Growth and the Standard of Living in Indonesia”, with Mojgan Stegl and Pierre van der Eng

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  • No. 46 "Growing Tall, but Unequal: Biological Well-Being in World Regions and Its Determinants, 1810-1989" with Matthias Blum and Jörg Baten
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  • No. 45 "Evolution of Living Standards and Human Capital in China in the 18-20th Centuries: Evidences from Real Wages, Age-heaping, and Anthropometrics" with Debin Ma, Stephen Morgan and Qing Wang and Jörg Baten

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  • No. 44 "Latin American Anthropometrics, Past and Present–an American Anthropometrics, Past and Present–an overview" with Scott Carson and Jörg Baten

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  • No. 43 "Globalization and Educational Inequality in Long-Run Development during the 17th to 20th Centuries: Latin America and other Developing World Regions”, with Christina Mumme, Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History (forthcoming)”

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  • No. 42 "Foreign direct investment of German companies during globalization and deglobalization periods", with Gerhard Kling and Kirsten Labuske
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  • No. 41 "Did the Railway Increase Inequality? A Micro-Regional Analysis of Heights in the Hinterland of the Booming Ruhr Area During the Late 19th Century", with Georg Fertig
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  • No. 40 "Global Trends in Numeracy 1820-1949 and its Implications for Long-Term Growth", with Dorothee Crayen 

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  • No. 39 "New Evidence and New Methods to Measure Human Capital Inequality before and during the Industrial Revolution: France and the U.S. in the 17th to 19th Centuries", with Dorothee Crayen
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  • No. 38 "Trends of Children's Height and Parental Unemployment: A Large-Scale Anthropometric Study on Eastern Germany, 1994-2006", with Andreas Böhm 
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  • No. 37 "Quantifying Quantitative Literacy: Age Heaping and the History of Human Capital", with Brian A’Hearn and Dorothee Crayen
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  • No. 36 "On the Persistence of Human Capital and Patent Effects Around 1900 on Per capita levels in the 1960s" with Kirsten Labuske and Jörg Baten
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  • No. 35 "The Anthropometric History of Argentina, Brazil and Peru during the 19th and early 20th Century", with Ines Pelger and Linda Twrdek
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  • No. 34 "Protein Supply and Nutritional Status in Nineteenth Century Bavaria, Prussia and France
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  • No. 33 "Tall and Shrinking Muslims, Short and Growing Europeans: The Long-Run Welfare Development of the Middle East, 1850-1980", with Mojgan Stegl

  • No. 32 "Gender Equality and Inequality in Numeracy: The Case of Latin America and the Caribbean, 1880-1949", with Kerstin Manzel 

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  • No. 31 "Book Production at the Onset of Modern Economic Growth", with Jan-Luiten Van Zanden
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  • No. 30 "Agricultural Specialization and Height in Ancient and Medieval Europe", with Nikola Koepke
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  • No. 29 "Anthropometric Trends in Southern China, 1830-1864", with Sandew Hira 
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  • No. 28 "Heights, Inequality, and Trade in the Latin American Perphery, 1950-2004", with Markus Baltzer 
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  • No. 27 "What made southwest German firms innovative around 1900? Assessing the importance of intra- and inter-industry externalities", with Anna Spadavecchia, Jochen Streb, and Shuxi Yin 
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  • No. 26 "The Development and Inequality of Heights in North, West and East India, 1910-44", with Aravinda Meera Guntupalli
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  • No. 25 "Technological and Geographical Knowledge Spill-overs in the German Empire 1877-1918", with Jochen Streb and Shuxi Yin 
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  • No. 24 "Inequality in Sub-Saharan Africa: New Data and New Insights from Antropometric Estimates, " with Alexander Moradi
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  • No. 23 "The Biological Standard of Living in Europe During the Last Two Millennia" with Nikola Koepke, in European Review of Economic History
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  • No. 22 "Making Profits in War-Time: Corporate Profits, Inequality, and GDP in Germany During WWI," with Rainer Schulz

  • No. 21 "Market Integration and Disintegration of Poland and Germany in the 18th Century" (with Jacek Wallusch), in Economies et Societes (2005, forthcoming)
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  • No. 20 "Did Partial Globalization Increase Inequality? The Case of the Latin American Periphery, 1950-2000" (with Uwe Fraunholz), in CESifo Economic Studies 50-1 (2004), pp. 45-84.
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  • No. 19 "Looking Backward and Looking Forward: Anthropometric Research and the Development of Social Science History", with John Komlos 
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  • No. 18 "Creating Firms for a new Century: Determinants of Firm Creation in Southern Germany around 1900", in European Review of Economic History 7-3 (2004), pp. 301-329.
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  • No. 17 "Autarchy, Market Disintegration, and Health: The Mortality and Nutritional Crisis in Nazi Germany 1933-37", with Andrea Wagner
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  • No. 16 "Climate, Grain Production and Nutritional Status in 18th Century Southern Germany 
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  • No. 15 "Economic Development and the Distribution of Nutritional Resources in Bavaria, 1797-1839 
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  • No. 14 "Heights and real wages in the 18th and 19th centuries: an international Overview 
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  • No. 13 "Smallpox and Nutritional Status in England, 1770-1873: On the Difficulties of Estimating Historical Heights", with Markus Heintel, Economic History Review 51-2 (1998), pp. 360-371. 
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  • No. 12 "Global height trends and its determinants, 1810-1984: an overview", with Jörg Baten and Matthias Blum
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  • No. 11 "Population and Living Standards 1914-45", with Robert Millward
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  • No. 10 "Growing Tall: Anthropometric Welfare of World Regions and its Determinants, 1810-1989"
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  • No. 09 "Regional Determinants of Firm Creation in the Russian Empire. Evidence from the 1870 Industrial Exhibition", with Dominic Behle
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  • No. 08 "Patenting Abroad and Human Capital Formation," with Kirsten Labuske 
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  • No. 07 "Economic Determinants of Witch Hunting", with Ulrich Woitek
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  • No. 06 "Anthopometrics, Consumption, and Leisure: The Standard of Living", in Sheilagh Ogilvie/Richard Overy (eds.), Germany: A New Social and Economic History, vol. III: 1800-1989. London: Edward Arnold, 2000 (forthcoming).

  • No. 05 "Ernährung und wirtschaftliche Entwicklung in Bayern", 1730-1880. Stuttgart (1999). [Nutrition and Economic Development in Bavaria, 1730-1880]

  • No. 04 "Population and Living Standards 1914-45", with Robert Millward 

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  • No. 03 "The Biological Standard of Living in Comparative Perspective", with John Komlos (eds.). Stuttgart 1998 

  • No. 02 "Statistische Ansätze in der Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeschichte: Diskussions- und Forschungsstand" in: Geschichte und Informatik 9 (1998), pp. 7-25. [Statistical Methods in Economic and Social History]

  • No. 01 "A Most Difficult Case of Estimation: Argentinian Heights, 1770-1840", with Ricardo Salvatore, in John Komlos/Joerg Baten (eds.): The Biological Standard of Living in Comparative Perspective. Stuttgart 1998, pp. 90-96. 

  • Baten, Stegl and van der Eng: Appendix B
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