Members of the Development and Economic History Research Group combine archival data, lab-in-the-field experiments, randomized controlled trials, text analysis, survey and secondary data along with theoretical tools to study issues in development and economic history. Faculty and students work in the field in South Asia, China and Africa as well as doing archival work in libraries across Europe and Asia.
Almost all faculty are members of CAGE in the economics department and some are also members of Warwick Interdisciplinary Centre for International Development (WICID). There is a regular weekly external seminar, two weekly internal workshops, and high quality PhD students. We also organise international conferences on campus, or in Venice.
Development and Economic History Research Group Workshop/Seminar
For faculty and PhD students at Warwick and other top-level academic institutions across the world. For a detailed scheduled of speakers please follow the link below.
Organisers: Yannick Dupraz
Academics associated with the Development and Economic History Research Group are:
Mon 26 Apr, '21-
Cory will be presenting: Long-Run Agglomeration: Evidence from County Seat Wars, joint with Amrita Kulka
Mon 24 May, '21-