W. Walker Hanlon
- Introductory Microeconomics (undergraduate)
Published and Accepted Papers
Accepted at the Economic Journal, January 2019
Accepted at the Business History Review
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)
Previously circulated as "Estimating the Recession-Mortality Relationship when Migration Matters"
Status: New draft posted February 25, 2019
Pollution and Maternal Mortality: Evidence from the London Fog (with Katherin Sudol)
Status: New draft completed July 9, 2018. Available upon request.
Status: R&R at Journal of the European Economic Association
Previously circulated as "Evolving Comparative Advantage in International Shipbuilding During the Transition from Wood to Steel"
Status: New draft posted December 10, 2018
Spillover Effects of IP Protection in the Inter-war Aircraft Industry (with Taylor Jaworski)
Status: Presentation mode. First draft posted December 19, 2018.
Censorship, Family Planning, and the Historical Fertility Transition (with Brian Beach)
Status: Presentation mode. New draft posted February 18, 2019.
Work in progress
Climate, Mortality and Adaptation: 100 Years of Weekly Evidence from London (with Casper Worm Hansen)
Status: First draft coming soon.
Older unpublished working papers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"
British Patent Classification Database, 1855-1882
Database of all British patents from 1855-1882 with technology classifications from the British Patent Office