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"The longevity of famous people from Hammurabi to Einstein"

Bibliographic reference de la Croix, David ; Licandro-Goldaracena, Omar. "The longevity of famous people from Hammurabi to Einstein". In: Journal of Economic Growth, Vol. 20, no.3, p. 263-303 (2015)
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