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Felix’s research focuses on the long-term development and the historical roots of economic inequality. He is particularly interested in the political economy of wealth inequality in pre-industrial times. He combines archival primary-source research with econometric applications to study how warfare, religious confession and political institutions have shaped the distribution of wealth since the Middle Ages.
Before joining the London School of Economics Felix obtained master's degrees from the University of Cambridge (UK) and Bocconi University (Italy).
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