• Did Russia's emancipated serfs really pay too much for too little land? : statistical anomalies and long-tailed distributionsOn good numbers and bad : Malthus, population trends, and peasant standard of living in late Imperial Russia
  • Serfs in Imperial Russia demographic insights
  • Serf diet in nineteenth-century Russia
  • Famine, disease, and mortality patterns in the parish of Borshevka, Russia, 1830-1912
  • The banking crisis, peasant reform, and economic development in Russia, 1857-1861
  • The tax censuses and the decline of the serf population in Imperial Russia, 1833-1858 / (Steven L. Hoch and Wilson R. Augustine)
  • Tall tales : anthropometric measures of well-being in Imperial Russia and the Soviet Union, 1821-1960
  • Bridewealth, dowry, and socioeconomic differentiation in rural Russia
  • The serf economy, the peasant family, and the social order
  • The great reformers and the world they did not know : drafting the emancipation legislation in Russia, 1858-61