JOHN KOMLOS
JOHN KOMLOS
Professor Emeritus, University of Munich
Adresse e-mail validée de econhist.vwl.uni-muenchen.de
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Shrinking in a growing economy? The mystery of physical stature during the industrial revolution
J Komlos
The Journal of Economic History 58 (3), 779-802, 1998
5701998
Nutrition and economic development in the eighteenth-century Habsburg Monarchy
J Komlos
Nutrition and Economic Development in the Eighteenth-Century Habsburg Monarchy, 2014
4002014
The height and weight of West Point cadets: dietary change in antebellum America
J Komlos
The Journal of Economic History 47 (4), 897-927, 1987
3601987
Stature, living standards, and economic development: Essays in anthropometric history
AU Komlos
University of Chicago Press, 1994
3571994
Obesity and the rate of time preference: is there a connection?
J Komlos, PK Smith, B Bogin
Journal of biosocial science 36 (2), 209-219, 2004
3212004
From the tallest to (one of) the fattest: the enigmatic fate of the American population in the 20th century
J Komlos, M Baur
Economics & Human Biology 2 (1), 57-74, 2004
3052004
Stature and nutrition in the Habsburg monarchy: the standard of living and economic development in the eighteenth century
J Komlos
The American Historical Review 90 (5), 1149-1161, 1985
2441985
The Habsburg monarchy as a customs union
J Komlos
The Habsburg Monarchy as a Customs Union, 2014
2392014
The secular trend in the biological standard of living in the United Kingdom, 1730‐18601
J Komlos
The Economic History Review 46 (1), 115-144, 1993
2311993
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
1991998
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
1892004
How to (and how not to) analyze deficient height samples
J Komlos
Historical Methods: A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History …, 2004
1602004
The mysterious trend in American heights in the 20th century
J Komlos, BE Lauderdale
Annals of human biology 34 (2), 206-215, 2007
1572007
Population growth through history and the escape from the Malthusian trap: A homeostatic simulation model
M Artzrouni, J Komlos
Genus, 21-39, 1985
1501985
An anthropometric history of early-modern France
J Komlos
European Review of Economic History 7 (2), 159-189, 2003
1462003
Anomalies in economic history: toward a resolution of the “Antebellum Puzzle”
J Komlos
The Journal of Economic History 56 (1), 202-214, 1996
1441996
On the puzzling cycle in the biological standard of living: the case of antebellum Georgia
J Komlos, P Coclanis
Explorations in Economic History 34 (4), 433-459, 1997
1351997
Mathematical investigations of the escape from the Malthusian trap
J Komlos, M Artzrouni
Mathematical Population Studies 2 (4), 269-287, 1990
1281990
A compact macromodel of pre-industrial population growth
J Komlos, S Nefedov
Historical Methods: A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History …, 2002
1232002
10. Toward an Anthropometric History of African-Americans: The Case of the Free Blacks in Antebellum Maryland
J Komlos
Strategic Factors in Nineteenth Century American Economic History, 297-330, 2008
1172008
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