Lecture – Economics and Human Biology – The Findings of 25 Years of Research

The first invited lecture in a series will be given by John Komlos, Professor of Economics, University of Munich and Visiting Professor of Economics, Duke University.

Born in Hungary,  John Komlos is an American economic historian at the University of Munich where he is professor of economics and chair of economic history. He currently serves as a Visiting Professor of Economics at Duke University. In the 1980s, Komlos was instrumental in the emergence of anthropometric history, the study of the effect of economic development on human biological outcomes such as physical stature (height).

  • Date:  Tuesday, Sept. 25
  • Time:  4:00-5:30pm
  • Location:  1690 Lane Auditorium, SPH

Presented by the Center for Social Epidemiology and Population Health.  For more information, contact Meredith McGehee @ mcgehee@umich.edu

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