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• #### Economically Relevant Human Capital or Multi-Purpose Consumption Good? Book Ownership in Pre-Modern Württemberg ﻿

(Faculty of Economics, 2016-09-26)
Human capital is widely regarded as central to economic growth but historical analyses find no causal link between standard literacy indicators and economic development. Book consumption has been proposed as an alternative ...
• #### Factor Decomposition of Sectoral Growth in South Africa, 1970-2007 ﻿

(Faculty of Economics, 2009-08)
• #### Growth and Human Capital: A Network Approach ﻿

(Wiley, 2015-10-09)
We study the interactions of human capital, growth and inequality by embedding networks into an endogenous growth model with overlapping generations. Human capital depends on investment in education and the average human ...
• #### Human Capital Investment in a Late-Developing Economy: Evidence from Württemberg, c. 1600 – c. 1900 ﻿

(Faculty of Economics, 2015-09-29)
Modern growth models view human capital, particularly education, as central to economic growth. But historical evidence has proved elusive. This paper investigates human capital levels in Württemberg, a late-developing ...
• #### IGSF1 deficiency: lessons from an extensive case series and recommendations for clinical management ﻿

(Endocrine Society, 2016)
CONTEXT: Mutations in the immunoglobulin superfamily, member 1 (IGSF1) gene cause the X-linked IGSF1 deficiency syndrome consisting of central hypothyroidism, delayed pubertal testosterone rise, adult macroorchidism, ...
• #### Innovation and entrepreneurship in India: Understanding $\textit{jugaad}$ ﻿

(Springer, 2015-11-10)
In this paper, we use the term $\textit{jugaad}$ to describe the frugal, flexible, and inclusive approach to innovation and entrepreneurship emerging from India. We articulate why this method is appropriate within the ...
• #### The Specificity of Manufacturing in Marx's Economic Though ﻿

(Faculty of Economics, 2009-09)
• #### Variation in growth of Damaraland mole-rats is explained by competition rather than by functional specialization for different tasks ﻿

(Royal Society Publishing, 2016-12-14)
In some eusocial insect societies, adaptation to the division of labour results in multimodal size variation among workers. It has been suggested that variation in size and growth among non-breeders in naked and Damaraland ...