Last week, I gave an interview to Garrett Petersen of Economics Detective Radio. It concerned my paper with Vadim Kufenko on the rebellions of 1837-38 in Lower Canada where we advance the argument that the development of markets in Lower Canada (modern day Quebec) promoted rebelliousness against British rule. You can consult the interview here on Garrett’s website or via your favorite podcast app. I also embed the interview below.
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Cornucopian economist, statistics freak and quantitative historian trained at the London School of Economics. I specialize in economic demography, law and economics and economic history (especially the measurement of living standards). View all posts by Vincent Geloso