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An anthropometric study of inequality and social segregation in a castilian city. Zamora, 1840-1936

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  • Ricardo Hernández García


    (departamento de fundamentos del análisis económico e historia e instituciones económicas de la universidad de valladolid.)

  • Javier Vicente Ventoso


    (ies jorge santayana (ávila).)

  • Javier Moreno Lázaro


    (departamento de fundamentos del análisis económico e historia e instituciones económicas de la universidad de valladolid.)

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    this paper proposes several indicators for income distribution derived from the height of individuals. From the study of these indicators, we can conclude that the economic backwardness that zamora suffered led a further deterioration of living standards compared to other more economically advanced areas in the region, but less drastic changes in income distribution. Even so, anthropometric indicators show the strong bias and discrimination suffered by unskilled workers as well as the social segregation of the needy, who were isolated in the marginal areas of the city. (paper in Spanish)

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    Paper provided by Asociacion Espa–ola de Historia Economica in its series Documentos de Trabajo (DT-AEHE) with number 0910.

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    Length: 31 pages
    Date of creation: Nov 2009
    Handle: RePEc:ahe:dtaehe:0910
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