Tom S. Vogl
Crisis and Human Biology
Handbook of Economics and Human Biology, forthcoming, with P. Bharadwaj.
Differential Fertility, Human Capital, and Development   (Online Appendix)
Review of Economic Studies, forthcoming.
Comment on McGovern: "Comparing the Relationship Between Stature and Later Life Health in Six Low and Middle Income Countries"
Journal of the Economics of Ageing, 2014.
Education and Health in Developing Economies
Encyclopedia of Health Economics, 2014.
Height, Skills, and Labor Market Outcomes in Mexico
Journal of Development Economics, March 2014.
Race and the Politics of Close Elections
Journal of Public Economics, January 2014.
Marriage Institutions and Sibling Competition: Evidence from South Asia   (Online Appendix)
Quarterly Journal of Economics, July 2013.
Early-Life Health and Adult Circumstance in Developing Countries
Annual Review of Economics, January 2013, with J. Currie.
Socioeconomic Status and Health: Dimensions and Mechanisms
Oxford Handbook of Health Economics, 2011, with D. Cutler and A. Lleras-Muney.
Rising up with Shoe Leather? A Comment on Fair Societies, Healthy Lives
Social Science and Medicine, October 2010, with A. Chandra.
Early-Life Malaria Exposure and Adult Outcomes: Evidence from Malaria Eradication in India   (Online Appendix)
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, April 2010, with D. Cutler, W. Fung, M. Kremer, and M. Singhal.
Urban Land Titling and Child Nutritional Status in Peru
Economics and Human Biology, July 2007.
Socioeconomic Status and Health in Childhood: A Comment on Chen, Martin, and Matthews (2006)
Social Science and Medicine, January 2007, with A. Case and C. Paxson.
Intergenerational Dynamics and the Fertility Transition
Estimating Habit Formation in Voting
Revise and resubmit, American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, December 2014, with T. Fujiwara and K. Meng.
Education Is the Key
Interview with the Civic Institute, Poland, 2012. (Interview in Polish.)
Lasting Effects of Childhood Health in Developing Countries
VoxEU, 2012, with J. Currie.
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