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Walker Hanlon

Department of Economics
NYU Stern School of Business
Henry Kaufman Management Center
44 West Fourth Street
New York, NY 10012

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NBER Program Affiliations: DAE
NBER Affiliation: Faculty Research Fellow
Institutional Affiliation: New York University

NBER Working Papers and Publications

June 2020Temperature, Disease, and Death in London: Analyzing Weekly Data for the Century from 1866-1965
with Casper Worm Hansen, Jake W. Kantor: w27333
November 2019Spillover Effects of IP Protection in the Inter-war Aircraft Industry
with Taylor Jaworski: w26490
April 2019Censorship, Family Planning, and the Historical Fertility Transition
with Brian Beach: w25752
April 2018London Fog: A Century of Pollution and Mortality, 1866-1965
w24488
June 2017Estimating the Recession-Mortality Relationship when Migration Matters
with Vellore Arthi, Brian Beach: w23507
December 2016Coal Smoke and the Costs of the Industrial Revolution
w22921
October 2015Pollution and Mortality in the 19th Century
w21647
December 2014Agglomeration: A Dynamic Approach
with Antonio Miscio: w20728

Published: W. Walker Hanlon, Antonio Miscio, Agglomeration: A long-run panel data approach, Journal of Urban Economics, Volume 99, 2017, Pages 1-14, ISSN 0094-1190, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jue.2017.01.001.

September 2014Temporary Shocks and Persistent Effects in the Urban System: Evidence from British Cities after the U.S. Civil War
w20471

Published: Temporary Shocks and Persistent Effects in Urban Economies: Evidence from British Cities after the U.S. Civil War W. Walker Hanlon The Review of Economics and Statistics 2017 99:1, 67-79

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