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Gregory Clark
Gregory Clark
Economics Department, University of Southern Denmark, Danish Institute of Advanced Study
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A farewell to alms: a brief economic history of the world
G Clark
Princeton University Press, 2007
31472007
The son also rises
G Clark
The Son Also Rises, 2014
901*2014
The condition of the working class in England, 1209–2004
G Clark
Journal of Political Economy 113 (6), 1307-1340, 2005
7232005
Intergenerational wealth transmission and the dynamics of inequality in small-scale societies
MB Mulder, S Bowles, T Hertz, A Bell, J Beise, G Clark, I Fazzio, M Gurven, ...
science 326 (5953), 682-688, 2009
5932009
The long march of history: Farm wages, population, and economic growth, England 1209–18691
G Clark
The Economic History Review 60 (1), 97-135, 2007
5082007
Why isn't the whole world developed? Lessons from the cotton mills
G Clark
The Journal of Economic History 47 (1), 141-173, 1987
4711987
The political foundations of modern economic growth: England, 1540-1800
G Clark
The Journal of Interdisciplinary History 26 (4), 563-588, 1996
3601996
Intergenerational mobility in England, 1858-2012. Wealth, surnames, and social mobility
G Clark, N Cummins
The Economic Journal, 2015
311*2015
The price history of English agriculture, 1209–1914
G Clark
Research in Economic History 22, 41-123, 2004
2732004
A British food puzzle, 1770–18501
G Clark, M Huberman, PH Lindert
The Economic History Review 48 (2), 215-237, 1995
2571995
The macroeconomic aggregates for England, 1209–2008
G Clark
Research in economic history, 51-140, 2010
2562010
Coal and the industrial revolution, 1700–1869
G Clark, D Jacks
European review of economic history 11 (1), 39-72, 2007
2562007
Survival of the richest: the Malthusian mechanism in pre-industrial England
G Clark, G Hamilton
The Journal of Economic History 66 (3), 707-736, 2006
2522006
Factory discipline
G Clark
The Journal of Economic History 54 (1), 128-163, 1994
2131994
Farm wages and living standards in the industrial revolution: England, 1670-1869
G Clark
Economic History Review, 477-505, 2001
2072001
Work in progress? the industrious revolution
G Clark, Y Van Der Werf
The Journal of Economic History 58 (3), 830-843, 1998
1721998
The cost of capital and medieval agricultural technique
G Clark
Explorations in economic history 25 (3), 265-294, 1988
1661988
Commons sense: common property rights, efficiency, and institutional change
G Clark
The journal of economic history 58 (1), 73-102, 1998
1621998
Yields per acre in English agriculture, 1250-1860: evidence from labour inputs
G Clark
Economic History Review, 445-460, 1991
1371991
Technology in the great divergence
G Clark, RC Feenstra
Globalization in historical perspective, 277-322, 2003
1362003
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