I am an assistant professor of economics at King’s University College and I obtained my PhD in Economic History from the London School of Economics. I used to be postdoctoral researcher at Texas Tech University and visiting assistant professor of economics at Bates College.
My research interests lie at the intersection between North American economic history, population economics and political economy. My research has appeared (or is forthcoming) in journals like Public Choice, Economic Inquiry, Contemporary Economic Policy, British Medical Journal: Global Health, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Explorations in Economic History, Research Policy, Cliometrica, Scandinavian Economic History Review, Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, Canadian Journal of Economics, Journal of Economic History, Economics & Human Biology, Health Policy & Planning, International Review of Law & Economics, Social Science Quarterly, New Political Economy, Historical Methods, Atlantic Economic Journal, Scottish Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Population Research, Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Independent Review, Agricultural History Review and International Review of Economics.
My most recent book, Rethinking Canadian Economic Growth and Development since 1900 (2017 at Palgrave McMillan) examines the social and economic convergence of the province of Quebec with the rest of Canada.
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My full CV is here (July 2020).