Professor Max Schulze

Professor of Economic History

Research interests

  • Economic history of the Habsburg Empire
  • 19th and 20th century European economic history
  • Long-run growth and convergence in the international economy
  • Market integration in Europe, 14th-20th century

Current research projects

  • Market Integration and the Welfare of Europeans (eith G. Federico (ERC-funded))
  • 'Market Access, Endowments, Industrial Location: The Habsburg Economy,1870-1913'; funded by Economic & Social Research Council (grant RES-000-22-1598)
  • 'Das Handelsnetz Zentraleuropas: Preisintegration und interregionaler Handel zwischen Österreich, Ungarn, der Tschechischen Republik, der Slowakei, Polen und Deutschland, 1850-1939' (with N. Wolf); funded by Fritz Thyssen Stiftung
  • 'Trade, growth and the international income distribution dynamics since 1870' (with P. Epstein, W.P. Howlett)

 

Current teaching

  • EH476 The Economic History of War
  • EH520 Approaches to Economic and Social History
  • EH590 Thesis Workshop in Economic History

 

 

   Selected publications

Recent working papers

Recent conference presentations

  • Eighth European Historical Economics Society Conference, Geneva 2009
  • World Economic History Congress, Utrecht 2009
  • ESF Workshop: Historical Economic Geography of Europe – Estimating Regional GDP 1900-2000, EUI Florence 2009
  • University of Tokyo – LSE Joint Conference: Economic Geography in Historical Perspectives, Tokyo 2009
  • Sixth World Congress of Cliometrics, Edinburgh 2008
  • Beta Workshop in Historical Economics, Strasbourg 2008
  • Workshop - Regional GDP across Europe, 1900-2000, Warwick University 2008
  • Third RTN Summer Symposium 'Unifying the European Experience: Historical Lessons of Pan-European Development', CEPR, London 2007
  • Seventh European Historical Economics Society Conference, Lund 2007
  • Historical Economic Geography of Europe, 1900-2000, Madrid 2007
  • ASSA Meetings, Cliometric Society Session, Chicago, 2007
  • Second German Cliometrics Conference, Tübingen, 2006
  • Beta Workshop in Historical Economics, Strasbourg 2006
  • Economic History Society Conference, Reading, 2006
  • The Berlin Colloquium - A Quantitative Economic History Workshop, Berlin 2005
  • First Conference of the RTN 'Unifying the European Experience: Historical Lessons of Pan-European Development', University of Warwick, 2005
  • Beta Workshop in Historical Economics, Strasbourg 2005
  • Fifth World Cliometrics Conference, Venice 2004
  • The Berlin Colloquium - A Quantitative Economic History Workshop, Berlin 2004
  • Economic History Association Meeting, Nashville, 2003

 

 

 

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