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Shocks and interventions in childhood

  • Cinnirella, F., Piopiunik, M., Winter, J.: “Why does height matter for educational attainment? Evidence from German children.” Economics and Human Biology, 9, 407-418 (2011).
    Available online: doi:10.1016/j.ehb.2011.04.006
  • Kesternich, I., Siflinger, B., Smith, J., Winter, J.: “The effects of World War II on economic and health outcomes across Europe.” Review of Economics and Statistics, 96, 103-118 (2014).
    Available online: doi:10.1162/REST_a_00353
  • Stowasser, T., Heiss, F., McFadden, D., Winter, J.: “Understanding the SES gradient in health among the elderly: The role of childhood circumstances.” In: D. A. Wise, ed., Discoveries in the Economics of Aging, Chicago and London: Chicago University Press, 187-219 (2014).
  • Kesternich, I., Siflinger, B., Smith, J., Winter, J.: “Individual behavior as a pathway between early-life shocks and adult health: Evidence from hunger episodes in post-war Germany.” Forthcoming, Economic Journal.
    Earlier version available online: RAND Working Paper No. WR-1015
  • Lührmann, M., Serra-Garcia, M., Winter, J.: “Teaching teenagers in finance: Does it work?” Journal of Banking and Finance, 54, 160-174 (2015).
    Available online: doi:10.1016/j.jbankfin.2014.11.009
  • Lührmann, M., Serra-Garcia, M., Winter, J.: “The impact of financial education on adolescents' intertemporal choices.”
    Available online: CESifo Working Paper No. 4925
  • Houser, D., List, J. A., Piovesan, M., Samek, A., Winter, J. “On the origins of dishonesty: From parents to children.”
    Available online: NBER Working Paper No. 20897