I am currently a Teaching Fellow at the London School of Economics and a Research Fellow at the University of Oxford studying the economics of warfare. In the Lent Term 2013, I will be teaching in the Economic History Department as well as for the LSE100 course at the LSE.
This Spring I will also be teaching introductory courses in Economics and Business at Richmond, the American University in London.
In 2011, I became only the second faculty member at the LSE to have received two awards for outstanding teaching. I was nominated again in 2012.
I received my PhD from the London School of Economics and both my Bachelors and Masters degrees from the University of Chicago. I currently have research funding from, among others, the Economic History Society and anonymous corporate donor.
In March 2012, my dissertation was selected as finalist for the Economic History Society's Thirsk-Feinstein dissertation prize.
If you want a little bit more information about me, check out my Research and Publications, Conferences or Teaching pages. Alternatively, feel free to contact me via e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
New Journal Publication
My study of Spanish Labour Contributions to Germany during WWII has been published by the Revista de Historia Económica. Click the header for a look.
New Working Paper
An updated version of my Neutral Balance of Payments during WWII study is available as a working paper.
LSE Working Paper
My study of Swiss Transitory Labour for Germany during WWII is now available from the LSE Working Paper Series.
Economics Network Newsletter
My thoughts on teaching economics have been featured in the Economics Network newsletter. Click header above to download the PDF and have a look at page 6.
Asssistant Professor Appointment
I have been appointed as an adjunct Assistant Professor at Richmond, the American University in London for Spring 2013. I will be developing two new introductory courses on business and economics.