Professor Max Schulze

Professor of Economic History

Research interests

European economic history; economic development of the Habsburg Empire; goods and capital market integration; long-run economic growth and convergence; historical economic geography.

Current research projects

Integration and Growth: Capital and Goods Markets in 14th to 18th century   Europe (with O. Volckart; Leverhulme Trust, grant RPG-133)

Market Integration and the Welfare of Europeans (with G. Federico; ERC

Market Access, Endowments, Industrial Location: The Habsburg Economy, 1870-1913 (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; Fritz Thyssen Stiftung)

 

Current teaching

  • EH101 The Internationalisation of Economic Growth 1870 to the present day
  • EH476 The Economic History of War
  • EH390 Dissertation in Economic or  History

 

 

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