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Tom Vogl
Tom Vogl
Associate Professor of Economics, University of California San Diego
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Socioeconomic Status and Health: Dimensions and Mechanisms,” Oxford Handbook of Health Economics
DM Cutler, A Lleras-Muney, T Vogl
884*2011
Early-life health and adult circumstance in developing countries
J Currie, T Vogl
Annu. Rev. Econ. 5 (1), 1-36, 2013
6882013
Early-life malaria exposure and adult outcomes: Evidence from malaria eradication in India
D Cutler, W Fung, M Kremer, M Singhal, T Vogl
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 2 (2), 72-94, 2010
411*2010
Habit formation in voting: Evidence from rainy elections
T Fujiwara, K Meng, T Vogl
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 8 (4), 160-188, 2016
238*2016
Height, skills, and labor market outcomes in Mexico
TS Vogl
Journal of Development Economics 107, 84-96, 2014
2202014
Agricultural fires and health at birth
MA Rangel, TS Vogl
Review of Economics and Statistics 101 (4), 616-630, 2019
180*2019
Do conditional cash transfers improve economic outcomes in the next generation? Evidence from Mexico
SW Parker, T Vogl
The Economic Journal 133 (655), 2775-2806, 2023
1662023
Differential fertility, human capital, and development
TS Vogl
The Review of Economic Studies 83 (1), 365-401, 2016
1562016
Marriage institutions and sibling competition: Evidence from South Asia
TS Vogl
The Quarterly journal of economics 128 (3), 1017-1072, 2013
1562013
Escaping Malthus: Economic Growth and Fertility Change in the Developing World
S Chatterjee, T Vogl
American Economic Review 108 (6), 1440-67, 2016
842016
Race and the politics of close elections
TS Vogl
Journal of Public Economics 109, 101-113, 2014
692014
Rising up with shoe leather? A comment on Fair Society, Healthy Lives (the Marmot Review)
A Chandra, TS Vogl
Social science & medicine 71 (7), 1227-1230, 2010
472010
Education and health in developing economies
TS Vogl
Encyclopedia of health economics 1453, 246-249, 2012
442012
Socioeconomic status and health in childhood: A comment on Chen, Martin and Matthews,“Socioeconomic status and health: Do gradients differ within childhood and adolescence?”(62 …
A Case, C Paxson, T Vogl
Social science & medicine 64 (4), 757-761, 2007
422007
Differential fertility makes society more conservative on family values
TS Vogl, J Freese
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (14), 7696-7701, 2020
372020
Urban land rights and child nutritional status in Peru, 2004
TS Vogl
Economics & Human Biology 5 (2), 302-321, 2007
352007
Intergenerational Associations and the Fertility Transition
T Vogl
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2017
19*2017
Intergenerational persistence in child mortality
F Lu, T Vogl
American Economic Review: Insights 5 (1), 93-109, 2023
132023
Crisis and human biology
P Bharadwaj, TS Vogl
The Oxford handbook of economics and human biology, 52-69, 2016
102016
Dynamics of child mortality inequality
TS Vogl
AEA Papers and Proceedings 108, 348-352, 2018
62018
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