On the 'Puzzling' Antebellum Cycle of the Biological Standard of Living: the Case of Georgia
Examines the height of Georgian convicts and concludes that their height declined beginning with the birth cohorts of 1835. The economic transition brought about a decline in their nutritional status.
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|Publication status:||published in Explorations in Economic History, 1997, 34(4), 433-459|
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