Publications


Work in progress

  • A composite perspective on British living standards during the Industrial Revolution. Groningen Growth and Development Center Research Memorandum no. 159 . Accepted at the European Review of Economic History.
    • See the 2016 working paper published by the Groningen Growth and Development Center, no. 159 (link).
    • See a summary of this research at VOX, the online portal of the CEPR (link).
  • The role of capital and productivity in accounting for income differences since 1913 (with Robert C. Inklaar). Revise & Resubmit.

Published research

  • 2020, Sanitary infrastructures and the decline of mortality in Germany, 1877-1913. Unconditionally accepted in the Economic History Review.
    • See the working paper version here.
    • See a blog post at the Economic History Society (The Long Run) here.
  • 2019, The Composition of Capital and Cross-country Productivity Comparisons. International Productivity Monitor, 36, 34-52 (with Robert. C. Inklaar and Pieter J. Woltjer).
    • The data set can be found at the website of the Penn World Table (link).
  • 2019, Missed opportunities? Human welfare in Western Europe and the United States, 1913–1950. Explorations in Economic History, 72, 57-73.
    • See the working paper versions here and here.
    • The data and code can be found at the Open ICPSR data repository here.
  • 2018, Health, well-being and inequality over the long term. Doctoral dissertation at the University of Groningen.
    • You can download the thesis here.
    • See media summaries by the University of Groningen (link) and Scientia (link).
  • 2018, Health and economic development since 1900. Economics & Human Biology, 31, 228-237.
  • 2015, Paving the way to modernity: Prussian roads and grain market integration in Westphalia, 1821–1855. Scandinavian Economic History Review, 63 (1), 69-92 (with Martin Uebele).
    • See the working paper version here.
    • See a blog post at the European Historical Economics Society Blog (Positive Check) here.

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