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  1. Does Height Matter for Earnings? Evidence From Russia.Nargiza Ibragimova & Raufhon Salahodjaev - forthcoming - Journal of Biosocial Science:1-10.
    This study explores the link between height and earnings, using data from the Russian Longitudinal Monitoring Survey for the year 2015. The dependent variable was average monthly income and the key independent variable was self-reported height, measured in centimetres. The empirical model also included a rich vector of personal and job-related factors that have been shown to be associated with earnings in the relevant literature. Sequential multiple regression and one-way analyses of variance were used to analyse the data. The results (...)
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  • Parental Education, Health Literacy and Children’s Adult Body Height.Ewa Jarosz & Alexi Gugushvili - forthcoming - Journal of Biosocial Science:1-23.
    Human anthropometric traits, while significantly determined by genetic factors, are also affected by an individual’s early life environment. An adult’s body height is a valid indicator of their living conditions in childhood. Parental education has been shown to be one of the key covariates of individuals’ health and height, both in childhood and adulthood. Parental functional literacy has been demonstrated to be another important determinant of child health, but this has largely been overlooked in studies on height. The objective of (...)
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