Jacob Weisdorf
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From foraging to farming: explaining the Neolithic Revolution
JL Weisdorf
Journal of Economic surveys 19 (4), 561-586, 2005
2302005
Population, food, and knowledge: a simple unified growth theory
H Strulik, J Weisdorf
Journal of Economic Growth 13 (3), 195-216, 2008
1632008
Was there an ‘industrious revolution’ before the industrial revolution? An empirical exercise for England, c. 1300–1830
RC Allen, JL Weisdorf
The Economic History Review 64 (3), 715-729, 2011
1352011
The Wages of Women in England, 1260-1850
J Humphries, J Weisdorf
The Journal of Economic History 75 (2), 405-447, 2015
1132015
Fecundity, fertility and the formation of human capital
M Klemp, J Weisdorf
The Economic Journal 129 (618), 925-960, 2019
88*2019
Survival of the richest? Social status, fertility and social mobility in England 1541-1824
N Boberg-Fazlic, P Sharp, J Weisdorf
European Review of Economic History 15 (3), 365-392, 2011
70*2011
Unreal Wages? Real Income and Economic Growth in England, 1260-1850
J Humphries, J Weisdorf
The Economic Journal 129 (10), 2867–2887, 2019
65*2019
From stagnation to growth: Revisiting three historical regimes
JL Weisdorf
Journal of Population Economics 17 (3), 455-472, 2004
612004
Malthus in the bedroom: birth spacing as a preventive check mechanism in pre-modern England
F Cinnirella, M Klemp, JL Weisdorf
Demography 54 (2), 413-436, 2017
41*2017
Citation Success: Evidence from Economic History Journal Publications
J Weisdorf, G di Vaio, D Waldenström
Explorations in Economic History 49 (1), 92-104, 2012, 2012
41*2012
How child costs and survival shaped the industrial revolution and the demographic transition
H Strulik, J Weisdorf
Macroeconomic Dynamics 18 (1), 114-144, 2014
402014
Globalization revisited: Market integration and the wheat trade between North America and Britain from the eighteenth century
P Sharp, J Weisdorf
Explorations in Economic History 50 (1), 88-98, 2013
392013
From domestic manufacture to industrial revolution: Long-run growth and agricultural development
JL Weisdorf
Oxford Economic Papers 58 (2), 264-287, 2006
382006
Human capital formation from occupations: the ‘deskilling hypothesis’ revisited
AM De Pleijt, JL Weisdorf
Cliometrica 11 (1), 1-30, 2017
362017
Ranking economic history journals: A citation-based impact-adjusted analysis
G Di Vaio, JL Weisdorf
Cliometrica 4 (1), 1, 2010
352010
The determinants of income in a Malthusian equilibrium
P Sharp, H Strulik, J Weisdorf
Journal of Development Economics 97 (1), 112-117, 2012
34*2012
Human Capital Formation during the First Industrial Revolution: Evidence from the Use of Steam Engines
A de Pleijt, A Nuvolari, J Weisdorf
The Journal of the European Economic Association 18 (2), 829–889, 2020
292020
Stone age economics: The origins of agriculture and the emergence of non-food specialists
JL Weisdorf
University of Copenhagen. Department of Economics Discussion Papers, 2003
272003
A Colonial Legacy of African Gender Inequality? Evidence from Christian Kampala, 1895-2011
FM zu Selhausen, J Weisdorf
The Economic History Review 69 (1), 229–257, 2016
242016
Pioneering into the past: Regional literacy developments in Italy before Italy
C Ciccarelli, J Weisdorf
The European Review of Economic History 23 (3), 329–364, 2019
23*2019
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