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Omer Moav
Omer Moav
Professor of Economics, University of Warwick; Reichman University, Herzliya
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From physical to human capital accumulation: Inequality and the process of development
O Galor, O Moav
The review of economic studies 71 (4), 1001-1026, 2004
20022004
Natural selection and the origin of economic growth
O Galor, O Moav
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 117 (4), 1133-1191, 2002
12842002
Inequality in landownership, the emergence of human-capital promoting institutions, and the great divergence
O Galor, O Moav, D Vollrath
The Review of economic studies 76 (1), 143-179, 2009
1153*2009
Ability-biased technological transition, wage inequality, and economic growth
O Galor, O Moav
The quarterly journal of economics 115 (2), 469-497, 2000
8892000
Das human-kapital: A theory of the demise of the class structure
O Galor, O Moav
The Review of Economic Studies 73 (1), 85-117, 2006
6972006
Cheap children and the persistence of poverty
O Moav
The economic journal 115 (500), 88-110, 2005
4522005
Intergenerational mobility and the process of development
YD Maoz, O Moav
The Economic Journal 109 (458), 677-697, 1999
2891999
Saving rates and poverty: the role of conspicuous consumption and human capital
Z Neeman, O Moav
The Economic Journal 122 (563), 933-956, 2012
253*2012
The neolithic origins of contemporary variations in life expectancy
O Galor, O Moav
Available at SSRN 1012650, 2007
220*2007
Precautionary demand for education, inequality, and technological progress
ED Gould, O Moav, BA Weinberg
Journal of Economic Growth 6, 285-315, 2001
2202001
The origin of the state: Land productivity or appropriability?
J Mayshar, O Moav, L Pascali
Journal of Political Economy 130 (4), 1091-1144, 2022
193*2022
The mystery of monogamy
ED Gould, O Moav, A Simhon
American Economic Review, 333 - 357, 2008
1572008
Geography, Transparency, and Institutions
J MAYSHAR, O MOAV, Z NEEMAN
American Political Science Review 111 (3), 622-636, 2017
147*2017
Income distribution and macroeconomics: the persistence of inequality in a convex technology framework
O Moav
Economics Letters 75 (2), 187-192, 2002
1262002
Does high inequality attract high skilled immigrants?
ED Gould, O Moav
The Economic Journal 126 (593), 1055-1091, 2016
97*2016
Status and poverty
O Moav, Z Neeman
Journal of the European Economic Association 8 (2-3), 413-420, 2010
852010
Technological progress and regress in pre-industrial times
S Aiyar, CJ Dalgaard, O Moav
Journal of Economic growth 13, 125-144, 2008
702008
Evolution and growth
O Galor, O Moav
European economic review 45 (4-6), 718-729, 2001
592001
Israel's brain drain
ED Gould, O Moav
Israel Economic Review 5 (1), 1-22, 2007
582007
Fertility clubs and economic growth
A Ahituv, O Moav
402003
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