W. Walker Hanlon
- Introductory Microeconomics (undergraduate)
Published and Accepted Papers
Accepted at the Journal of the European Economic Association
Previously circulated as "Evolving Comparative Advantage in International Shipbuilding During the Transition from Wood to Steel"
Accepted at the Economic Journal, January 2019
Business History Review , 2018, 92(4), pp. 605-632.
Economic Journal, November 2018, 128(615), pp. 2652-2675.Subsumes "Pollution and Mortality in the 19th Century"
Agglomeration: A Long-Run Panel Data Approach (with Antonio Miscio)
Journal of Urban Economics , Vol. 99, May 2017, pp. 1-14.
Data Appendix: See Data Resources section below
Journal of Economic History Dec. 2016, v. 76 no. 4, pp. 1240-1242
Review of Economics & Statistics , March 2017, 99(1), p. 67-79.
Subsumes "Industry Connections and the Geographic Location of Economic Activity"
Econometrica , January 2015, 83(1), pp. 67-100.
Killer Cities: Past and Present (with Yuan Tian)
American Economic Review, Papers & Proceedings , May 2015, 105(5), pp. 570-575
American Journal of Political Science , July 2014, v. 58, pp. 669-686.
Recessions, Mortality, and Migration Bias: Evidence from the Lancashire Cotton Famine (with V. Arthi and B. Beach)
Status: R&R at American Economic Journal: Applied Economics
Previously circulated as "Estimating the Recession-Mortality Relationship when Migration Matters"
Status: Draft posted August 14, 2019
Spillover Effects of IP Protection in the Inter-war Aircraft Industry (with Taylor Jaworski)
Status: Presentation mode. Latest draft posted July 18, 2019.
Censorship, Family Planning, and the Historical Fertility Transition (with Brian Beach)
Status: Updated June 29, 2019.
Climate, Mortality and Adaptation: 100 Years of Weekly Evidence from London (with Casper Worm Hansen and Jake Kantor)
Status: Draft available upon request.
Work in progress
Knowledge Flows and Patents: Evidence from the Uniform Penny Post
(with Stephan Heblich and Ferdinando Monte)
Status: First draft in progress
Older unpublished working papers
Endogenous City Disamenities: Lessons from Industrial Pollution in 19th Century Britain
Available from the Ziman Center Working Paper Series here
This paper was a precursor to "Coal Smoke and the Costs of the Industrial Revolution"
Pollution and Maternal Mortality: Evidence from the London Fog (with Katherin Sudol)
Status: New draft completed July 9, 2018. Available upon request.
British Patent Classification Database, 1855-1882
Database of all British patents from 1855-1882 with technology classifications from the British Patent Office