Working Papers:

[1]   Marc Klemp and Jacob Weisdorf (2017), ‘Fecundity, Fertility, and the Formation of Human Capital’, unpublished manuscript   [WP]

[2]   Jane Humphries and Jacob Weisdorf (2017), ‘Unreal Wages? Real Income and Economic Growth in England, 1260-1850,’  CEPR Discussion Paper No 11999   [DP]

[3]   Felix Meier zu SelhausenMarco van Leeuwen, and Jacob Weisdorf (2017), ‘Social mobility among Christian Africans: Evidence from Anglican Marriage Registers in Uganda, 1895-2011,’ CEPR Discussion Paper No 11767  [DP]

[4]   David de la CroixEric Schneider and Jacob Weisdorf (2017), ‘Decessit sine prole: Childlessness, Celibacy, and Survival of the Richest’, CEPR Discussion Paper No 11752   [DP]

[5]   Carlo Ciccarelli and Jacob Weisdorf (2016), ‘The Effect of the Italian Unification on the Comparative Regional Development in Literacy, 1821-1911,’ CEIS Tor Vergata Research Paper Series No 392  [WP]

[6]   Alessandro NuvolariSandra de Pleijt and Jacob Weisdorf (2016), ‘Human Capital Formation During the First Industrial Revolution: Evidence from the Use of Steam Engines,’ CAGE Working Paper No 294   [WP]

Work in Progress:

[1]   ‘Great Divergence or Great Resemblance? The Real Wages of Roman Workers in a European Perspective,’ with Mauro Rota   [Abstract]

[2]   ‘The Returns to Religious Conversion: Lessons from Ugandan Hospital Registry, 1908-1970,’ with Shane Doyle and Felix Meier zu Selhausen   [Abstract]

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