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Downloadable Publications of John Komlos
John Komlos and Benjamin E. Lauderdale: Spatial Correlates of U.S. Heights and BMIs, 2002.
John Komlos and Francesco Cinnirella: European Heights in the Early 18th Century.
John Komlos: On British Pygmies and Giants: the Physical Stature of British Youth in the 18th and 19th Centuries.
John Komlos and Lukas Meermann: "The Introduction of Anthropometrics into Development and Labor Economics"
Christian Stoegbauer and John Komlos: "Averting the Nazi Seizure of Power: A Counterfactual Thought Experiment"
John Komlos and Joerg Baten (eds.): "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 Economic History Association"
Brian A'Hearn and John Komlos: Improvements in Maximum Likelihood Estimators of Truncated Normal Samples with Prior Knowledge of sigma. A Simulation Based Study with Application to Historical Height Samples
John Komlos and Marieluise Baur: "From the Tallest in the World to (One of) the Fattest - The Enigmatic Fate of the Size of the American Population in the Twentieth Century"
Interview published in German magazine FOCUS (30 Dec 2002)
John Komlos: "The Size of the Chinese Terra-Cotta Warriors - 3rd Century B.C."
John Komlos and Marc Flandreau: "Using ARIMA Forecasts to Explore the Efficiency of the Forward Reichsmark Market: Austria-Hungary, 1876-1914"
John Komlos: "How to (and How Not to) Analyze Deficient Height Samples"
John Komlos: "On the Biological Standard of Living of Native Americans"
John Komlos: "Gobal Warming and the Secular Increase in Human Height"
John Komlos: "On the Biological Standard of Living of Eighteenth-Century Americans: Taller, Richer, Healthier"
John Komlos, Patricia Smith, and Barry Bogin: "The Rate of Time Preference and Obesity: Is there a Connection?"
Marc Flandreau and John Komlos: "How to run a target zone? Age old lessons from an Austro-Hungarian experiment (1896-1914)"
John Komlos and Peter Kriwy: "Von Größe, Wachstum und Wohlstand", Handelsblatt (5 September 2001)
John Komlos and Peter Kriwy: "The Biological Standard of Living in the Two Germanies"
John Komlos, in collaboration with Michel Hau and Nicolas Bourguinat, University of Strasbourg, "The Anthropometric History of Early-Modern France"
John Komlos: On the Size of Horses during the Industrial Revolution
Marc Flandreau and John Komlos: The credibility of the Austro-Hungarian currency 1867-1913
John Komlos: The Industrial Revolution as the Escape from the Malthusian Trap
John Komlos: Shrinking in a Growing Economy? The Mystery of Physical Stature During the Industrial Revolution (JEH 58-3, 1998, pp. 779-802)
John Komlos: Thinking about the Industrial Revolution (JEEH 18-1, 1989, pp. 191-206)
John Komlos and Marc Artzrouni (1990), "Mathematical Investigations of the Escape from the Malthusian Trap"
Mathematical Population Studies
Vol. 2(4), pp. 269-287.
Mark Artzrouni and John Komlos: Population Growth Through History and the Escape from the Malthusian Trap: A Homoestatic Simulation Model
(Genus, 41, no. 3-4, July-Dec. 1985, a 400k Word97 document)
Article on height as indicator of society's well-being
; TIME MAGAZINE Vol. 148, October 14, 1996
Modernes ökonomisches Wachstum und biologischer Lebensstandard
Komlos-Artzrouni Simulation Model
go to downloads of Joerg Baten's papers
go to downloads of Douglas Puffert's papers
Go to downloads of Christian Stoegbauer's papers
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