Bas van Leeuwen
Bas van Leeuwen
International Institute of Social History and Utrecht University
Verified email at uu.nl
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British Economic Growth 1270-1870
S Broadberry, BMS Campbell, A Klein, M Overton, B Van Leeuwen
Cambridge University Press, 2015
709*2015
Persistent but not consistent: The growth of national income in Holland 1347–1807
JL Van Zanden, B Van Leeuwen
Explorations in economic history 49 (2), 119-130, 2012
1872012
The changing shape of global inequality 1820–2000; exploring a new dataset
JL Van Zanden, J Baten, P Foldvari, B Van Leeuwen
Review of income and wealth 60 (2), 279-297, 2014
1192014
Human capital and economic growth in India, Indonesia, and Japan: a quantitative analysis, 1890-2000
B Van Leeuwen
Box Press shop, 2007
1082007
When did Britain industrialise? The sectoral distribution of the labour force and labour productivity in Britain, 1381–1851
S Broadberry, BMS Campbell, B van Leeuwen
Explorations in economic history 50 (1), 16-27, 2013
922013
Human Capital and Economic Growth in Asia 1890–2000: A Time‐series Analysis
B Van Leeuwen, P Foldvari
Asian Economic Journal 22 (3), 225-240, 2008
722008
How much human capital does Eastern Europe have? Measurement methods and results
B Van Leeuwen, P Földvári
Post-Communist Economies 20 (2), 189-201, 2008
512008
Should less inequality in education lead to a more equal income distribution?
P Földvári, B van Leeuwen
Education Economics 19 (5), 537-554, 2011
452011
English Medieval Population: Reconciling time series and cross sectional evidence
S Broadberry, BMS Campbell, B van Leeuwen
University of Warwick unpublished manuscript, 2010
392010
Income inequality since 1820
M Moatsos, J Baten, P Foldvari, B van Leeuwen, JL van Zanden
OECD, 2014
342014
Capital accumulation and growth in Hungary, 1924–2006
B Leeuwen, P Földvári
Acta Oeconomica 61 (2), 143-164, 2011
342011
Capital accumulation and growth in Central Europe, 1920-2006
B Van Leeuwen, P Földvári
Eastern European Economics 51 (5), 69-93, 2013
332013
The biological standard of living in early nineteenth‐century West Africa: new anthropometric evidence for northern Ghana and Burkina Faso1
G Austin, J Baten, B Van Leeuwen
The Economic History Review 65 (4), 1280-1302, 2012
332012
A History of Market Performance: From Ancient Babylonia to the Modern World
RJ Van der Spek, JL van Zanden, B van Leeuwen
Routledge, 2014
322014
The development of inequality and poverty in Indonesia, 1932–2008
B Van Leeuwen, P Földvári
Bulletin of Indonesian economic studies 52 (3), 379-402, 2016
302016
The spread of human capital in the former Soviet Union area in a comparative perspective: Exploring a new dataset
D Didenko, P Földvári, B Van Leeuwen
Journal of Eurasian Studies 4 (2), 123-135, 2013
262013
What can price volatility tell us about market efficiency? Conditional heteroscedasticity in historical commodity price series
P Földvári, B Van Leeuwen
Cliometrica 5 (2), 165-186, 2011
262011
Education since 1820
B Van Leeuwen, J Li
OECD Publishing, 2014
252014
How did women count? A note on gender‐specific age heaping differences in the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries1
P Földvári, B Van Leeuwen, J Van Leeuwen‐Li
The Economic history review 65 (1), 304-313, 2012
252012
Urbanization in China, ca. 1100–1900
Y Xu, B van Leeuwen, JL van Zanden
CGEH Working Paper series 63, 2015
232015
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