The relevance of Malthus for the study of mortality today, long-run influences on health, mortality, labor force participation and population growth
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  • The relevance of Malthus for the study of mortality today, long-run influences on health, mortality, labor force participation and population growth
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  • The relevance of Malthus for the study of mortality today
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  • long-run influences on health, mortality, labor force participation and population growth
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  • 30265552
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  • NBER working paper series on historical factors in long-run growth, 54
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