Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Collected studies series ;, CS508, Collected studies ;, CS508.|
|LC Classifications||GN51 .K65 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||95036744|
Get this from a library! The biological standard of living in Europe and America, studies in anthropometric history. [John Komlos]. John Komlos, "The Biological Standard of Living in Europe and America Studies in Anthropometric History," Books by John Komlos, Department of Economics, University of Munich, number 9, September. Handle: RePEc:ehb:kombks:9 Note: edited book. 1. Author(s): Komlos,John, Title(s): The biological standard of living in Europe and America, studies in anthropometric history/ John Komlos. The Biological Standard of Living in Europe and America, – Studies in Anthropometric History (Variorum Collected Studies) by John Komlos | Hardcover.
The Biological Standard of Living in Comparative Perspectives: Proceedings of a Conference Held in Munich January , John Komlos The Biological Standard of Living in Europe and America Studies in Anthropometric History John Komlos The Biological Standard of Living on Three Continents: Further Essays in Anthropometric History. biological standard of living in comparative perspective contributions to the conference held in Munich, January 18 - 22, , for the XIIth congress of the International Economic History Association: biological standard of living in Europe and America, studies in anthropometric history. Roderick Floud & Robert W. Fogel & Bernard Harris & Sok Chul Hong (ed.), "Health, Mortality and the Standard of Living in Europe and North America since ," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, volume 0, number Handle: RePEc:elg:eebook Research on the biological standard of living has generated important insights, especially with regard to the study of height. Since the rediscovery of anthropometrics by the path-breaking work of Robert Fogel and Richard Steckel in the s and s, the field has generated widespread interest (Fogel et al., , Steckel, ).
found: The biological standard of living in Europe and America , c CIP t.p. (John Komlos) galley (professor of Economic History at the University of Munich) found: The trend of BMI values of US adults by centiles, birth cohorts , title page (John Komlos) page i (Department of Economics, Ludwig-Maximilians. 3 Some recent comparative studies of economic growth in the world economy have stressed that GDP per person grew slowly in Asia compared with Europe and Latin America between and See for example Pablo Astorga, A. R. Berges, A. R. and Fitzgerald, Valpy (), The standard of living in Latin America during the twentieth century, Economic History Review, LVIII (4): – The biological standard of living in Europe and America, – Studies in anthropometric history. Aldershot, UK: Variorum. Aldershot, UK: Variorum. Google Scholar. Health, Mortality and the Standard of Living in Europe and N. America since II vii Timothy Cuff (), 'The Body Mass Index Values of Mid-Nineteenth-Century West Point Cadets: A Theoretical Application of Waaler's Curves to a Historical Population', Historical Methods, 26 (4), Fall,