Eric Schneider : Citation Profile


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London School of Economics (LSE) (95% share)
Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) (5% share)

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RESEARCH PRODUCTION:

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RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   9 years (2011 - 2020). See details.
   Cites by year: 12
   Journals where Eric Schneider has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 18.    Total self citations: 11 (9.09 %)

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Relations with other researchers


Works with:

Weisdorf, Jacob (6)

de la Croix, David (6)

Authors registered in RePEc who have co-authored more than one work in the last five years with Eric Schneider.

Is cited by:

Weisdorf, Jacob (7)

Allen, Robert (6)

Panza, Laura (5)

Gobbi, Paula (3)

Williamson, Jeffrey (3)

Droller, Federico (3)

Martinez-Galarraga, Julio (3)

Rosenbloom, Joshua (3)

Lindert, Peter (3)

Garcia Montero, Hector (3)

Geloso, Vincent (3)

Cites to:

Hatton, Timothy (15)

Weisdorf, Jacob (14)

Wallis, Patrick (11)

Minns, Chris (9)

Baten, Joerg (8)

Inwood, Kris (8)

Klemp, Marc (7)

de la Croix, David (6)

Bassino, Jean-Pascal (5)

Allen, Robert (5)

Gobbi, Paula (5)

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Where Eric Schneider has published?


Journals with more than one article published# docs
Explorations in Economic History3
Economic History Review3

Working Papers Series with more than one paper published# docs
Oxford Economic and Social History Working Papers / University of Oxford, Department of Economics5

Recent works citing Eric Schneider (2021 and 2020)


YearTitle of citing document
2020The limiting factor: energy, growth, and divergence, 1820–1913. (2020). Malanima, Paolo. In: Economic History Review. RePEc:bla:ehsrev:v:73:y:2020:i:2:p:486-512.

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2020Living standards and the life cycle: reconstructing household income and consumption in the early twentieth‐century Netherlands. (2020). Boter, Corinne. In: Economic History Review. RePEc:bla:ehsrev:v:73:y:2020:i:4:p:1050-1073.

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2020Living Costs and Real Wages in Nineteenth Century Lima: Levels and International Comparisons. (2020). Zegarra, Luis. In: Australian Economic History Review. RePEc:bla:ozechr:v:60:y:2020:i:2:p:186-219.

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2020Malthuss missing women and children: demography and wages in historical perspective, England 1280-1850. (2020). Weisdorf, Jacob ; Horrell, Sara ; Humphries, Jane. In: European Economic Review. RePEc:eee:eecrev:v:129:y:2020:i:c:s0014292120301653.

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2020The micro-evidence for the Malthusian system. France, 1670–1840. (2020). Cummins, Neil. In: European Economic Review. RePEc:eee:eecrev:v:129:y:2020:i:c:s0014292120301756.

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2020Change and persistence in the Age of Modernization: Saint-Germain-d’Anxure, 1730–1895. (2020). Wacziarg, Romain ; Blanc, Guillaume. In: Explorations in Economic History. RePEc:eee:exehis:v:78:y:2020:i:c:s0014498320300474.

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2020Grow fast, die young? The causes and consequences of adult height and prolonged growth in nineteenth century Maastricht. (2020). Quanjer, Bjorn ; Thompson, Kristina ; Murkens, Mayra. In: Social Science & Medicine. RePEc:eee:socmed:v:266:y:2020:i:c:s0277953620306493.

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2020Inequality, living standards and growth: two centuries of economic development in Mexico. (2020). Segal, Paul ; Challu, Amilcar ; Bleynat, Ingrid. In: LSE Research Online Documents on Economics. RePEc:ehl:lserod:105215.

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2020Life-cycle living standards of intact and disrupted English working families, 1260-1850. (2020). Weisdorf, Jacob ; Humphries, Jane ; Horrell, Sara. In: LSE Research Online Documents on Economics. RePEc:ehl:lserod:106986.

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2020The Feudal Origins of Manorial Prosperity in 11th-century England. (2020). Delabastita, Vincent ; Maes, Sebastiaan. In: Working Papers. RePEc:hes:wpaper:0190.

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2020On the Origins of the Demographic Transition. Rethinking the European Marriage Pattern. (2020). Perrin, Faustine. In: Working Papers. RePEc:hes:wpaper:0202.

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2020Consequences of War: Japans Demographic Transition and the Marriage Market. (2020). Komura, Mizuki ; Ogasawara, Kota. In: IZA Discussion Papers. RePEc:iza:izadps:dp13885.

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2020Migrant self-selection in the presence of random shocks. Evidence from the Panic of 1907. (2020). Lopez-Alonso, Moramay ; Escamilla-Guerrero, David. In: Oxford Economic and Social History Working Papers. RePEc:oxf:esohwp:_179.

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2021On the Origins of the Demographic Transition Rethinking the European Marriage Pattern.. (2021). Perrin, Faustine. In: Working Papers of BETA. RePEc:ulp:sbbeta:2021-02.

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2021Consequences of War: Japans Demographic Transition and the Marriage Market. (2021). Komura, Mizuki ; Ogasawara, Kota. In: GLO Discussion Paper Series. RePEc:zbw:glodps:750.

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Works by Eric Schneider:


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2014Prices and production: agricultural supply response in fourteenth-century England In: Economic History Review.
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2014Prices and production: agricultural supply response in fourteenth?century England.(2014) In: LSE Research Online Documents on Economics.
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2012Prices and Production: Agricultural Supply Response in Fourteenth-Century England.(2012) In: Oxford Economic and Social History Working Papers.
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2017Childrens growth in an adaptive framework: explaining the growth patterns of American slaves and other historical populations In: Economic History Review.
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2014Childrens Growth in an Adaptive Framework: Explaining the Growth Patterns of American Slaves and Other Historical Populations.(2014) In: Oxford Economic and Social History Working Papers.
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2017Review of periodical literature on continental Europe from 1700 published in 2013 In: Economic History Review.
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2020NUTRITION, CROWDING, AND DISEASE AMONG LOW‐INCOME HOUSEHOLDS IN TOKYO IN 1930 In: Australian Economic History Review.
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2019Childlessness, Celibacy and Net Fertility in Pre-Industrial England: The Middle-class Evolutionary Advantage In: CAGE Online Working Paper Series.
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2019Childlessness, celibacy and net fertility in pre-industrial England: the middle-class evolutionary advantage.(2019) In: LSE Research Online Documents on Economics.
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2019Childlessness, celibacy and net fertility in pre-industrial England: the middle-class evolutionary advantage.(2019) In: Journal of Economic Growth.
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2017Decessit sine prole - Childlessness, Celibacy, and Survival of the Richest in Pre-Industrial England In: CEPR Discussion Papers.
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2017Decessit sine prole Childlessness, Celibacy, and Survival of the Richest in Pre-Industrial England.(2017) In: LIDAM Discussion Papers IRES.
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2018Decessit sine prole - childlessness, celibacy, and survival of the richest in pre-industrial England.(2018) In: Economic History Working Papers.
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2017Infant Feeding and Cohort Health: Evidence from the London Foundling Hospital In: CEPR Discussion Papers.
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2012The Colonial Origins of the Divergence in the Americas: A Labor Market Approach In: The Journal of Economic History.
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2011The colonial origins of divergence in the Americas: a labour market approach.(2011) In: Working Papers.
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2011The Colonial Origins of the Divergence in the Americas: A Labour Market Approach.(2011) In: Working Papers.
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2011The Colonial Origins of Divergence in the Americas:Â A Labour Market Approach.(2011) In: Economics Series Working Papers.
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2015UNA DE CAL Y OTRA DE ARENA: BUILDING COMPARABLE REAL WAGES IN A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE In: Revista de Historia Económica / Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History.
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2013Real wages and the family: Adjusting real wages to changing demography in pre-modern England In: Explorations in Economic History.
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2012Real Wages and the Family: Adjusting Real Wages to Changing Demography in Pre-Modern England.(2012) In: Oxford Economic and Social History Working Papers.
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2018Disease and child growth in industrialising Japan: Critical windows and the growth pattern, 1917–39 In: Explorations in Economic History.
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2018Disease and child growth in industrialising Japan: critical windows and the growth pattern, 1917-39.(2018) In: LSE Research Online Documents on Economics.
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2020Collider bias in economic history research In: Explorations in Economic History.
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2017Fetal health stagnation: Have health conditions in utero improved in the United States and Western and Northern Europe over the past 150 years? In: Social Science & Medicine.
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2019The growth pattern of British children, 1850-1975 In: LSE Research Online Documents on Economics.
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2020Sample-selection biases and the historical growth pattern of children In: LSE Research Online Documents on Economics.
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2018Sample selection biases and the historical growth pattern of children.(2018) In: Economic History Working Papers.
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2015Technical note on applying the WHO standard/reference to historical data In: Economic History Working Papers.
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2017Disease and child growth in industrialising Japan: assessing instantaneous changes in growth and changes in the growth pattern, 1911-39 In: Economic History Working Papers.
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2018Stunting: past, present, future In: Economic History Working Papers.
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2016Health, Gender and the Household: Children’s Growth in the Marcella Street Home, Boston, MA, and the Ashford School, London, UK In: Research in Economic History.
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2014Health, Gender and the Household: Childrens Growth in the Marcella Street Home, Boston, MA and the Ashford School, London, UK.(2014) In: Oxford Economic and Social History Working Papers.
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2017Getting Under the Skin: Children’s Health Disparities as Embodiment of Social Class In: Population Research and Policy Review.
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2013Inescapable hunger? Energy cost accounting and the costs of digestion, pregnancy, and lactation In: European Review of Economic History.
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2011Evaluating the Effectiveness of Yield-Raising Strategies in Medieval England: An Econometric Approach In: Oxford Economic and Social History Working Papers.
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