Simon Szreter
Simon Szreter
Professor of History and Public Policy, Cambridge University
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Health by association? Social capital, social theory, and the political economy of public health
S Szreter, M Woolcock
International journal of epidemiology 33 (4), 650-667, 2004
The importance of social intervention in Britain's mortality decline c. 1850? 1914: a re-interpretation of the role of public health
S Szreter
Social history of medicine 1 (1), 1-38, 1988
Fertility, class and gender in Britain, 1860-1940
S Szreter
Cambridge University Press, 2002
A scandal of invisibility: making everyone count by counting everyone
PW Setel, SB Macfarlane, S Szreter, L Mikkelsen, P Jha, S Stout, ...
The Lancet 370 (9598), 1569-1577, 2007
The state of social capital: Bringing back in power, politics, and history
S Szreter
Theory and society 31 (5), 573-621, 2002
The idea of demographic transition and the study of fertility change: a critical intellectual history
S Szreter
Population and development review, 659-701, 1993
Civil registration systems and vital statistics: successes and missed opportunities
P Mahapatra, K Shibuya, AD Lopez, F Coullare, FC Notzon, C Rao, ...
The Lancet 370 (9599), 1653-1663, 2007
Urbanization, mortality, and the standard of living debate: new estimates of the expectation of life at birth in nineteenth-century British cities
S Szreter, G Mooney
Economic History Review, 84-112, 1998
Economic growth, disruption, deprivation, disease, and death: on the importance of the politics of public health for development
S Szreter
Population and development review, 693-728, 1997
The genesis of the Registrar-General's social classification of occupations
SRS Szreter
British journal of sociology, 522-546, 1984
Sex before the sexual revolution: Intimate life in England 1918–1963
S Szreter, K Fisher
Cambridge University Press, 2010
Social capital, the economy, and education in historical perspective
S Szreter
Social capital: Critical perspectives, 56-77, 2000
Rethinking McKeown: the relationship between public health and social change
S Szreter
American Journal of Public Health 92 (5), 722-725, 2002
The population health approach in historical perspective
S Szreter
American journal of public health 93 (3), 421-431, 2003
Registration and recognition: documenting the person in world history
K Breckenridge, S Szreter
Changing family size in England and Wales: Place, class and demography, 1891–1911
E Garrett, A Reid, K Schürer, S Szreter
Cambridge University Press, 2001
Health and wealth: studies in history and policy
S Szreter
Boydell and Brewer, 2005
The right of registration: development, identity registration, and social security—a historical perspective
S Szreter
World Development 35 (1), 67-86, 2007
How and why does history matter for development policy?
M Woolcock, S Szreter, V Rao
The Journal of Development Studies 47 (1), 70-96, 2011
Industrialization and health
S Szreter
British Medical Bulletin 69 (1), 75-86, 2004
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