CURRICULUM VITAE January 2010 Name Address

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CURRICULUM VITAE
January 2010
PERSONAL DETAILS
Name
Stephen N. Broadberry
Address
Department of Economics
University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL
United Kingdom
Tel +44 24 76 523446
Fax +44 24 76 523032
Email [email protected]
Web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/economics/staff/faculty/broadberry/
UNIVERSITY EDUCATION
1975-78 University of Warwick
B.A.(Hons.) First Class, Economics and Economic History, 1978
1978-81 Nuffield College, Oxford
M.Phil. Economics, 1980, (Option and Thesis in Economic History)
D.Phil. 1982, “Unemployment in Interwar Britain: A Disequilibrium Approach”
ACADEMIC POSTS HELD
Full-time Posts
1981-83 Junior Research Fellow, The Queen's College, Oxford
1983-86 Lecturer, Department of Economics, University College, Cardiff
1986-87 Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of British
Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
1987-92 Lecturer, Department of Economics, University of Warwick
1992-95 Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics, University of Warwick
1995- Professor of Economic History, Department of Economics, University of
Warwick
Other Posts
1980-81 Lecturer, Wadham College, Oxford
1989- Research Fellow, Centre for Economic Policy Research
1995-96 Hallsworth Senior Research Fellow, Department of History, University of
Manchester
2001
Academic Visitor, Department of Economics, University of California,
Berkeley
2002- Academy of Learned Societies for the Social Sciences
2003 Academic Visitor, Institut für Wirtschaftsgeschichte, Humboldt-Universität zu
Berlin
2004- Economic History Initiative Co-ordinator, CEPR
2004- Research Associate, Centre for the Study of Globalisation and
Regionalisation, University of Warwick
2004- External Member, Centre for Research in Economic History, University of
York
2005 Academic Visitor, Institut für Wirtschaftsgeschichte, Humboldt-Universität zu
Berlin
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2007 Academic Visitor, Universitat Pommpeu Fabra, Barcelona
PUBLICATIONS
Books
The British Economy Between the Wars: A Macroeconomic Survey, Oxford:
Blackwell (1986), pp.180+vii.
Britain in the International Economy 1870-1939, Cambridge: Cambridge University
Press, (1992), pp.426+xiv, (edited with Crafts, N.F.R.).
The Productivity Race: British Manufacturing in International Perspective, 18501990, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (1997), pp.451 + xxv. Also
available in Chinese translation, China Economics Publishing House (2001).
The Economics of World War I, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (2005),
pp.345 + xvi, (edited with Harrison, M.).
Market Services and the Productivity Race, 1850-2000: Britain in International
Perspective, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (2006, pp.409 + xix).
The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Europe, (2 volumes), Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press (forthcoming 2010), (edited with Kevin
O’Rourke).
Refereed Journal Articles
“Unemployment in Interwar Britain: A Disequilibrium Approach”, Oxford Economic
Papers, 35 (1983): 463-485.
“Fiscal Policy in Interwar Britain”, Economic History Review, 37 (1984): 95-102.
“The North European Depression of the 1920s”, Scandinavian Economic History
Review, 32 (1984): 159-167.
“Aggregate Supply in Interwar Britain”, Economic Journal, 96 (1986): 467-481.
“Purchasing Power Parity and the Pound-Dollar Rate in the 1930s”, Economica, 54
(1987): 69-78.
“Cheap Money and the Housing Boom in Interwar Britain: An Econometric
Appraisal”, Manchester School, 55 (1987): 378-391.
“The Impact of the World Wars on the Long Run Performance of the British
Economy”, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 4 (Spring 1988): 25-37.
“Perspectives on Consumption in Interwar Britain”, Applied Economics, 20 (1988):
1465-1479.
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“The Emergence of Mass Unemployment: Explaining Macroeconomic Trends in
Britain during the Trans-World War I Period”, Economic History Review, 43
(1990): 271-282.
“The Impact of the Depression of the 1930s on Productive Potential in the United
Kingdom”, European Economic Review, 34 (1990): 599-607, (with Crafts,
N.F.R.).
“The Implications of British Macroeconomic Policy in the 1930s for Long Run
Growth Performance”, Rivista di Storia Economica, 7 (1990): 1-19, (with
Crafts, N.F.R.).
“European Productivity in the Twentieth Century: Introduction”, Oxford Bulletin of
Economics and Statistics, 52 (1990): 331-341, (with Crafts, N.F.R.).
“Explaining Anglo-American Productivity Differences in the Mid-Twentieth
Century”, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 52 (1990): 375-402,
(with Crafts, N.F.R.).
“Comparative Productivity in British and German Industry, 1907-37”, Oxford Bulletin
of Economics and Statistics, 52 (1990): 403-421, (with Fremdling, R.).
“The Emergence of Mass Unemployment: A Reply”, Economic History Review, 45
(1992): 739-742.
“Britain's Productivity Gap in the 1930s: Some Neglected Factors”, Journal of
Economic History, 52 (1992): 531-558, (with Crafts, N.F.R.).
“Manufacturing and the Convergence Hypothesis: What the Long Run Data Show”,
Journal of Economic History, 53 (1993): 772-795.
“Technological Leadership and Productivity Leadership in Manufacturing Since the
Industrial Revolution: Implications for the Convergence Debate”, Economic
Journal, 104 (1994): 291-302.
“Comparative Productivity in British and American Manufacturing During the
Nineteenth Century”, Explorations in Economic History, 31 (1994): 521-548.
“Why was Unemployment in Postwar Britain so Low?”, Bulletin of Economic
Research, 46 (1994): 241-261.
“Real Wages, Productivity and Unemployment in Britain and Germany During the
1920s”, Explorations in Economic History, 32 (1995): 327-349, (with Ritschl,
A.).
“Comparative Productivity Levels in Manufacturing Since the Industrial Revolution:
Lessons from Britain, America, Germany and Japan”, Structural Change and
Economic Dynamics, 6 (1995): 71-96.
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“British Economic Policy and Industrial Performance in the Early Postwar Period”,
Business History, 38 (1996): 65-91, (with Crafts, N.F.R.).
“The Long-Run Growth and Productivity Performance of the United Kingdom”,
Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 44 (1997): 403-424.
“Anglo-German Productivity Differences, 1870-1990: A Sectoral Analysis”,
European Review of Economic History, 1 (1997): 247-267.
“Forging Ahead, Falling Behind and Catching-up: A Sectoral Analysis of AngloAmerican Productivity Differences, 1870-1990”, Research in Economic
History, 17 (1997): 1-37.
“Vive la Différence: Disaggregation of the Productivity Convergence Process”,
Revista de Historia Económica, 15 (1997): 575-603.
“The Post-War Settlement: Not Such a Good Bargain After All”, Business History, 40
(1998): 73-79, (with Crafts, N.F.R.).
“How did the United States and Germany Overtake Britain? A Sectoral Analysis of
Comparative Productivity Levels, 1870-1990”, Journal of Economic History,
58 (1998): 375-407.
“Technology and Productivity in Historical Perspective: Introduction”, European
Review of Economic History, 4 (2000): 115-120, (with de Jong, H.).
“Competition and Innovation in 1950’s Britain”, Business History, 43 (2001): 97-118,
(with Crafts, N.F.R.)
“External Economies of Scale in the Lancashire Cotton Industry, 1900-1939”,
Economic History Review, 55 (2002): 51-77, (with Marrison, A.)
“From the Counting House to the Modern Office: Explaining Anglo-American
Productivity Differences in Services, 1870-1990”, Journal of Economic
History, 62 (2002): 967-998, (with Ghosal, S.)
“Relative per capita Income Levels in the United Kingdom and the United States
since 1870: Reconciling Time Series Projections and Direct Benchmark
Estimates”, Journal of Economic History, 63 (2003): 852-863.
“UK Productivity Performance from 1950 to 1979: A Restatement of the BroadberryCrafts View”, Economic History Review, 56 (2003): 718-735, (with Crafts,
N.F.R.).
“Britain’s Productivity Gap with the United States and Europe: A Historical
Perspective”, National Institute Economic Review, 189 (2004): 72-85, (with
O’Mahony, M.)
“Explaining Anglo-German Productivity Differences in Services Since 1870”,
European Review of Economic History, 8 (2004): 229-262. Awarded the
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Laureano Figuerola Prize for the best article published in the European
Review of Economic History in the preceding two years.
“Technology, Organisation and Productivity Performance in Services: Lessons from
Britain and the United States Since 1870”, Structural Change and Economic
Dynamics, 16 (2005): 437-466, (with Sayantan Ghosal).
“The Early Modern Great Divergence: Wages, Prices and Economic Development in
Europe and Asia, 1500-1800”, Economic History Review, 59 (2006), 2-31,
(with Bishnupriya Gupta).
“Labor Productivity in the United States and the United Kingdom During the
Nineteenth Century”, Explorations in Economic History, 43 (2006), 257-279,
(with Douglas Irwin).
“Comparative Productivity in British and German Manufacturing before World War
II: Reconciling Direct Benchmark Estimates and Time Series Projections”,
Journal of Economic History, 67 (2007), 315-349 (with Carsten Burhop).
“Lost Exceptionalism? Comparative Income and Productivity in Australia and the
United Kingdom, 1861-1948”, Economic Record, 83 (2007), 262-274 (with
Douglas Irwin).
“Resolving the Anglo-German Industrial Productivity Puzzle, 1895-1935: A
Response to Professor Ritschl”, Journal of Economic History, 68 (2008), 930934 (with Carsten Burhop).
“Reply to Bryan Haig’s Comment”, Economic Record, 84 (2008), 515-516 (with
Douglas Irwin).
“European Industry, 1700-1870”, Jahrbuch fűr Wirtschaftsgeschichte, Heft 2008/2
(2008) (with Rainer Fremdling and Peter Solar), 141-171.
“Lancashire, India and Shifting Competitive Advantage in Cotton Textiles, 17001850: The Neglected Role of Factor Prices”, Economic History Review, 62
(2009), 279-305 (with Bishnupriya Gupta).
“The Historical Roots of India’s Service-Led Development: A Sectoral Analysis of
Anglo-Indian Productivity Differences, 1870-2000”, Explorations in
Economic History, (forthcoming 2010), (with Bishnupriya Gupta).
“Historical Perspectives on Asian Economic Growth and Development”, Explorations
in Economic History, (forthcoming 2010), (with Pierre van der Eng).
“Real Wages and Labour Productivity in Britain and Germany, 1871-1938: A Unified
Approach to the International Comparison of Living Standards”, Journal of
Economic History, (forthcoming 2010), (with Carsten Burhop).
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Other Publications
“Monetary Interdependence and Deflation in Britain and the United States Between
the Wars” in Miller, M., Eichengreen, B. and Portes, R., (editors), Blueprints
for Exchange Rate Management, London: Academic Press (1989): 47-69.
“Unemployment” in Crafts, N.F.R. and Woodward, N.,(editors), The British Economy
Since 1945, Oxford: Oxford University Press, (1991): 212-235.
“British Macroeconomic History 1870-1939: Overview and Key Issues” in
Broadberry, S.N. and Crafts, N.F.R. (editors), Britain in the International
Economy 1870-1939, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (1992): 1-27,
(with Crafts, N.F.R.).
“Purchasing Power Parity and Controls During the 1930s” in Broadberry, S.N. and
Crafts, N.F.R. (editors), Britain in the International Economy 1870-1939,
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (1992): 369-395, (with Taylor,
M.P.).
“Competitive Depreciation” in Newman, P., Milgate, M. and Eatwell, J. (editors), The
New Palgrave Dictionary of Money and Finance, Volume 1, London:
Macmillan, (1992): 413-414.
“Exchange Stabilisation Accounts” in Newman, P., Milgate M. and Eatwell, J.
(editors), The New Palgrave Dictionary of Money and Finance, Volume 1,
London: Macmillan, (1992): 838-839.
“Employment and Unemployment” in Floud, R. and McCloskey, D.(editors), The
Economic History of Britain Since 1700, Volume 3, 1939-1992, Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press, (1994): 195-220.
“The Iron Twenties: Real Wages, Productivity and the Lack of Prosperity in Britain
and Germany before the Great Depression” in Buchheim, C., Hutter, M. and
James, H. (eds.), Zerrissene Zwischenkriegszeit: Wirtschaftshistorische
Beitraege, Knut Borchardt zum 65. Geburtstag, Baden-Baden: Nomos
Verlagsgesellschaft, (1994): 15-43, (with Ritschl, A.).
“Convergence: What the Historical Record Shows” in Crafts, N.F.R. and van Ark, B.
(eds.), Quantitative Aspects of Postwar European Economic Growth,
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (1996): 327-346.
“Human Capital and Productivity in Manufacturing During the Twentieth Century:
Britain, Germany and the United States”, in Crafts, N.F.R. and van Ark, B.
(eds.), Quantitative Aspects of Postwar European Economic Growth,
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (1996): 244-270, (with Wagner, K.).
Reprint of “Monetary Interdependence and Deflation in Britain and the United States
Between the Wars”, in Thomas, M. (ed.), The Disintegration of the World
Economy between the World Wars, Cheltenham: Elgar, (1997): 534-556.
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“Convergence Globale et Diversités Historiques Nationales”, in Faugère, J.P., Caire,
G., Bellon, B., Chavance, B. and Voisin, C. (eds.), Convergence et Diversité à
l’Heure de la Mondialisation, Paris: Economica, (1997): 33-42.
Reprint of “Explaining Anglo-American Productivity Differences in the MidTwentieth Century”, in Feinstein, C.H. (ed.), The Economic Development of
the United Kingdom since 1870, Cheltenham: Elgar, (1998): 266-293.
“The United Kingdom: Victory at All Costs”, in Harrison, M. (ed.), The Economics of
World War II: Six Great Powers in International Comparison, Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press, (1998): 43-80, (with Howlett, P.).
“Britain’s Productivity Performance in International Perspective, 1870-1990: A
Sectoral Analysis”, in Barrell, R., Mason, G. and O’Mahony, M. (eds.),
Productivity and Competitiveness, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,
(2000): 38-57.
“UK Manufacturing: The Lessons of History”, Quality World, (August 2000): 10-13.
“British and International Economic History”, in Hudson, P. (ed.), Living Economic
and Social History, Glasgow: Economic History Society, (2001): 27-29. Also
reprinted in the Newsletter of the Cliometric Society, 16 (Fall 2001): 31-34.
“Economic Policy”, in Hollowell, J. (ed.), Britain Since 1945, Oxford: Blackwell,
(2002): 383-403.
“Labor Productivity”, in Mokyr, J. (ed.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Economic
History, Volume 3, New York: Oxford University Press, (2003): 250-253.
“Total Factor Productivity”, in Mokyr, J. (ed.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Economic
History, Volume 5, New York: Oxford University Press, (2003): 128-132.
“Human Capital and Productivity Performance: Britain, the United States and
Germany, 1870-1990”, in David, P.A. and Thomas, M. (eds.), The Economic
Future in Historical Perspective, Oxford: The British Academy and Oxford
University Press, (2003): 103-133.
“Human Capital and Skills”, in Floud, R. and Johnson, P. (eds.), The Cambridge
Economic History of Modern Britain, Volume 2: Economic Maturity, 18601939, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (2004): 56-73.
“The Performance of Manufacturing”, in Floud, R. and Johnson, P. (eds.), The
Cambridge Economic History of Modern Britain, Volume 3: Structural
Change, 1939-1999, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (2004): 57-83.
“Economic Growth in Europe and the United States Since 1870: A Quantitative
Economic Analysis Incorporating Institutional Factors”, in Coates, D. (ed.),
Varieties of Capitalism, Varieties of Approaches, London: Palgrave, (2005):
85-105.
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“Blood, Sweat and Tears: British Mobilization for World War II”, in Chickering, R.,
Förster, S. and Greiner, B. (eds.), A World at Total War: Global Conflict and
the Politics of Destruction, 1937-1945, Cambridge: Cambridge University
Press (2005), 157-176, (with Peter Howlett).
“The Economics of World War I: An Overview”, in Broadberry, S. and Harrison, M.
(eds.), The Economics of World War I, Cambridge: Cambridge University
Press, (2005), 1-40, (with Mark Harrison).
“The United Kingdom during World War I: Business as Usual?”, in Broadberry, S.
and Harrison, M. (eds.), The Economics of World War I, Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press, (2005), 206-234, (with Peter Howlett).
“Appendix: Italian GDP during World War I”, in Broadberry, S. and Harrison, M.
(eds.), The Economics of World War I, Cambridge: Cambridge University
Press, (2005), 305-309.
“Gold Standard”, in Robertson, R. and Scholte, J.A. (eds.), Encyclopedia of
Globalization, New York: Routledge (2006).
“Britain’s Twentieth-Century Productivity Performance in International Perspective”,
in Crafts, N.F.R, Gazeley, I. and Newell, A. (eds.), Work and Pay in
Twentieth-Century Britain, Oxford: Oxford University Press, (2007), 301-329
(with Mary O’Mahony).
“Economics of the Two World Wars”, in Durlauf, S. and Blume, L. (eds.), New
Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, Second Edition, Basingstoke: Palgrave,
(2008), (with Mark Harrison).
“Agriculture and Structural Change: Lessons from the UK Experience in an
International Context”, in Lains, P. and Pinilla, V. (eds.), Agriculture and
Economic Development in Europe since 1870, London: Routledge, (2008), 7694.
“Selling English Cottons into the World Market: Implications for the Rationalisation
Debate, 1900-1939”, in Wilson, J.F. (ed.), King Cotton: A Tribute to Douglas
A. Farnie, Preston: Carnegie, (2009), 39-57 (with Andrew Marrison and Tim
Leunig).
“Industry, 1700-1870”, in Broadberry, S. and O’Rourke, K. (eds.), The Cambridge
Economic History of Modern Europe, Volume 1: 1700-1870, Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press (forthcoming), (with Rainer Fremdling and Peter
Solar).
“Sectoral Developments, 1870-1914”, in Broadberry, S. and O’Rourke, K. (eds.), The
Cambridge Economic History of Modern Europe, Volume 2: 1870-2000,
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (forthcoming), (with Giovanni
Federico and Alexander Klein).
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Papers Currently Available in Draft Form (on web page)
“Industrial Productivity Performance in Eastern Europe Between the Wars: A
Czechoslovak/UK Comparison”, (with Alexander Klein).
“Recent Developments in the History and Theory of Very Long Run Growth: A
Historical Appraisal”
"Commercialisation, Factor Prices and Technological Progress in the Transition to
Modern Economic Growth", (with Sayantan Ghosal and Eugenio Proto).
“British Economic Growth, 1300-1850: Some Preliminary Estimates”, (with Bruce
Campbell, Alexander Klein, Mark Overton and Bas van Leeuwen).
“British Economic Growth and the Business Cycle, 1700-1850: Annual Estimates”
(with Bas van Leeuwen).
“English Agricultural Output, 1250-1450: Some Preliminary Estimates”, (with Bruce
Campbell and Bas van Leeuwen)
“English Agricultural Output and Labour productivity, 1250-1850: Some Preliminary
Estimates”, (with Alexander Apostolides, Bruce Campbell, Mark Overton and
Bas van Leeuwen)
“English Gross Domestic Product, 1300-1700: Some Preliminary Estimates”, (with
Alexander Apostolides, Bruce Campbell, Mark Overton and Bas van
Leeuwen)
PRESENTATIONS
Conference Papers
Economic History Society; Economic History Association; International Economic
History Congress; European Historical Economics Society; Cliometrics Society;
Finnish Economic History Association; Association of Business Historians; Royal
Economic Society; European Economic Association; International Association for
Research in Income and Wealth; Department of Education and Employment; Centre
for Economic Policy Research; National Institute of Economic and Social Research.
Seminar Papers
UK: Birkbeck; Brunel; Cambridge; Cardiff; City; Coventry; Edinburgh; Essex;
Exeter; Glasgow; Hull; Keele; Leicester; Leeds; Liverpool; LSE; London
Metropolitan; Loughborough; Manchester; Newcastle; Nottingham; Oxford; Queen
Mary; Reading; Royal Holloway; Salford; Sheffield; Southampton; Swansea; Sussex;
Warwick; York.
North America: Berkeley; British Columbia; Chapel Hill, North Carolina; Davis;
Harvard; McGill, Montreal; Queen’s, Kingston; Stanford; Toronto; UCLA;
Vanderbilt, Nashville.
Continental Europe: Barcelona; Berlin; Bielefeld; Copenhagen; Dublin; Florence;
Groningen; Hamburg; Istanbul; Leuven; Lisbon; Lund; Maastricht; Madrid;
Muenster; Munich; Paris; Prague; Rome; Santiago de Compostela; Tilburg; Utrecht;
Valencia; Venice;
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Asia: Hitotsubashi.
ACADEMIC FUND-RAISING
Team leader in successful Research Training Network proposal, FP6-512439,
“Unifying the European Experience: Historical Lessons of Pan-European
Development”. The proposal was made on behalf of the Economic History Initiative
at the CEPR, and the grant is for over €1.7 million during the period 2004-2008.
Principal investigator in successful European Science Foundation application, “The
Long Run Growth and Development f the European Economy: Measurement and
Theory”. The proposal was made on behalf of the Economic History Initiative at the
CEPR, and the grant was for €12,000 in 2005.
Principal applicant in successful Leverhulme Trust research grant proposal,
“Reconstructing the National Income of Britain and Holland, c.1270/1500 to 1800”.
The award was for £333,266 during the period 2007-2010.
Principal investigator in successful FP7 proposal, “Historical Patterns of
Development” (HI-POD). The proposal was made on behalf of the Economic History
Initiative at the CEPR, and the grant is for over €1.4 million during the period 20082012.
TEACHING
Introductory Courses in Economic History
Industrialisation in Europe 1750-1914
Britain in the World Economy
The World Economy: History and Theory
Intermediate Courses in Economic History
The British Economy in the Twentieth Century
The Industrial Revolution
European Economic History
Graduate Courses in Economic History
Economic History
Endogenous Growth: Theories and Evidence
Other Courses
Economic Policy in the UK
The Making of Economic Policy
Research in Applied Economics
Introductory Macroeconomics
Intermediate Macroeconomics
Introductory Microeconomics
Intermediate Microeconomics
Managerial Economics
Development Economics
ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIVITIES
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Editorships
Editor, European Review of Economic History, 1999- 2002
Editor, Economic History Review, 2010-2014
Member of Editorial Board, Explorations in Economic History, 1994Member of Editorial Board, Journal of Economic History, 1996-2001
Member of Editorial Board, Journal of Industrial History, 1998-2003
Member of Editorial Board, Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, 2003Member of Editorial Board, Cliometrica, 2006Member of Advisory Board, EH.NET Online Encyclopedia of Economic History,
2000Professional Associations
European Historical Economics Society
Trustee, 1996President-Elect, 2009-2011
President, 2011-2013
Economic History Society
Council Member, 2004Executive Member and Chair of Conference Committee, 2009Economic History Association
Dissertation Session Convenor, 2009
Cliometrics Society
Trustee, 2000-2003 and 2005-2010
Refereeing and Reviewing
Accounting Business and Financial History; American Historical Review; Applied
Economics; Australian Economic History Review; Australian Economic Papers;
Bulletin of Economic Research; Business History; Business History Review;
Cambridge Journal of Economics; Economic History Review; Economic Journal;
Economica; European Economic Review; European Review of Economic History;
European Science Foundation; Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control; Journal
of Economic History; Journal of Economic Literature; Journal of Industrial
Economics; Journal of Industrial History; International Journal of Industrial
Organisation; Oxford Economic Papers; Manchester School; Review of Income and
Wealth; Scandinavian Economic History Review; Structural Change and Economic
Dynamics; Vierteljahrschrift für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte; World Economy;
Addison-Wesley; Ashgate; Cambridge University Press; Edward Elgar; Greenwood;
Harvester-Wheatsheaf; Kluwer; Little, Brown & Co.; Longman; Bank of Sweden;
Economic and Social Research Council; Social Science Research Council of Canada;
World Bank.
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Research Assessment Exercise
Member of Economics Panel, RAE 2008
External Examining and Reviewing
External Examiner, Department of Economic and Social History, University of
Edinburgh, 1997-2000
External Reviewer, School of Economic and Finance, St Andrews University, 2009
Conferences Organised
ESRC Quantitative Economic History Study Group Conference at University College,
Cardiff, September 1985 (funded by ESRC).
Co-organiser of Warwick Summer Workshop on “The Origins of Success and Failure
in Postwar Europe”, July 1989, (funded by ESRC and European Commission).
ESRC Quantitative Economic History Study Group Conference at University of
Warwick, September 1990 (funded by ESRC).
Conference on European Productivity in the Twentieth Century, CEPR, London,
March 1990 (funded by Department of Trade and Industry and the Nuffield
Foundation). (Proceedings published as a special issue of the Oxford Bulletin of
Economics and Statistics).
Co-organiser of Warwick Summer Workshop on “Globalisation”, July 1999, (funded
by CSGR and Royal Economic Society).
Co-organiser of Warwick Summer Workshop on “Government and Institutions in
Twentieth Century European Economic History”, July 2002, (funded by European
Commission and Royal Economic Society).
Conference on “Long Run Growth and Development of the World Economy:
Measurement and Theory”, Venice International University, April 2005 (funded by
European Science Foundation and CSGR).
Member of Programme Committee, European Historical Economics Society
Conference, Istanbul, September 2005.
First Conference of the Research Training Network “Unifying the European
Experience: Historical Lessons of Pan-European Development”, University of
Warwick, October 2005, (funded by the European Commission).
Member of Programme Committee, Economic History Society Conference, Reading,
March, 2006.
Member of Programme Committee, Economic History Society Conference, Exeter,
March, 2007.
Member of Programme Committee, European Historical Economics Society
Conference, Lund, June 2007.
Member of Programme Committee, Economic History Society Conference,
Nottingham, March, 2008.
Harvard-Hitotsubashi-Warwick Conference on “Economic Change Around the Indian
Ocean in the Very Long Run”, Venice, July 2008 (organised with Bishnupriya Gupta,
Kyoji Fukao and Jeffrey Williamson).
Conference Committee Chair, Economic History Society Conference, University of
Warwick, March 2009.
Departmental and University Administration
Undergraduate admissions secretary; graduate admissions secretary; first-year
examinations secretary; departmental seminar organiser; economic history workshop
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organiser; appraiser; mentor; personal tutor; university appeals committee; social
studies faculty representative on arts faculty board; panel member, Strategic
Departmental Review of the History Department.
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