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As of January 3rd, 2020 Stephen Broadberry is no longer a current member of the department

Phone: +44 (0)24 76 523446
Fax: +44 (0)24 76 523032
Room: S1.123
Office hours: Mondays 10.00 - 11.00 and Tuesdays, 12.00-13.00

Curriculum Vitae (January 2010)

Research Interests
Global Economic History, Very Long Run Economic Growth.

International comparisons of growth and productivity performance since 1870: Britain compared with India, Japan and China; Pan-European economic history; Britain compared with the United States and Germany

Long run economic growth and development before 1870: The Great Divergence of living standards between Europe and Asia; Factor prices and long run economic development; Reconstructing the national income of Britain and Holland, 1270-1870; Indian GDP before 1870

Departmental Responsibilities

Course Leader, Economics & Economic History

CAGE: Research Theme Leader (long run economic growth and development)

CEPR Economic History Initiative

I am co-ordinator with Kevin O'Rourke of the CEPR Economic History Initiative. One of the EHI's activities is an EU-funded project: Historical Patterns of Economic Development (HI-POD).

Economic History Review

I am editor, with Steve Hindle, of the Economic History Review.