Markus Heintel

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Research in economic history frequently uses human height as a proxy for net nutrition. This anthropometric method enables historians to measure time trends and differences in nutritional status. However, the most widely used data sources for historical heights, military mustering registers, cannot be regarded as random samples of the underlying population.(More)
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