Gender, height and mortality in England and Wales in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries

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    Abstract

    This chapter looks at the topics of gender, height and mortality in England and Wales in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationThe Biological Standard of Living in Comparative Perspective
    Subtitle of host publicationContributions to the Conference held in Munich, January 18–22, 1997, for the XIIth Congress of the International Economic History Association
    EditorsJohn Komlos, Jörg Baten
    Place of PublicationStuttgart
    Pages413-448
    Number of pages36
    Publication statusPublished - 1998
    EventXIIth Congress of the International Economic History Association - Munich, Germany
    Duration: 18 Jan 199722 Jan 1997

    Conference

    ConferenceXIIth Congress of the International Economic History Association
    CountryGermany
    CityMunich
    Period18/01/9722/01/97

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    Keywords

    • gender
    • height
    • mortality
    • england
    • wales
    • nineteenth century
    • twentieth century

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    Harris, B. (1998). Gender, height and mortality in England and Wales in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. In J. Komlos, & J. 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 (pp. 413-448). Stuttgart.