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Professor Maxine Berg FBA

Global History, especially Asia and Europe; Intellectual History; Early Modern History

About this Fellow

Maxine Berg is Professor of History at the University of Warwick (1998-present) and a Fellow of the British Academy, the Royal Historical Society and Academia Europaea. She is an Honorary Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford (2009-present), a Senior Member of Robinson College, Cambridge (2010-present) and an Associate Fellow of the Centre for History & Economics, University of Cambridge (2010-present). From 2010 to 2014 she was a European Research Council Fellow and served as the Director of the ERC Fellowship project Europe's Asian Centuries: Trading Eurasia 1600-1830. She served as Director of the Global History and Culture Centre from 2007 to 2010, as Director of the Eighteenth-Century Centre from 1998 to 2007 and was a Guggenheim Fellow from 2003-2004.



Current post

  • Professor of History, University of Warwick

Past Appointments

  • Visiting Senior Fellow, London School of Economics and Political Science University of London, 2009 - 2010
  • Visiting Senior Fellow, Queen Mary University of London, 2009 - 2010
  • Professor of History, University of Warwick, 1998

British Academy Appointments

  • Member of Council, 2015 -


Luxury and Pleasure in Eighteenth-Century Britain

Maxine Berg, 2005 Oxford University Press

A Woman in History: Eileen Power 1889-1940

Maxine Berg, 1996 Cambridge University Press

Political Economy in the Twentieth Century

Maxine Berg, 1990

Other Economics and Economic History Fellows

Professor Kevin O'Rourke

Economic history and international economics; the history of the international economy, the political economy of trade, economic growth and fluctuations

Professor Lucrezia Reichlin

Designing econometric models for large panels of time series and developing solutions for the so-called `curse of dimensionality problem'; economic forecasting in real time (now-casting); monetary policy and its effect on financial intermediation

Professor Hamid Sabourian

Game theory and economic theory; in particular asset prices, bargaining, bounded rationality and complexity, evolutionary games, herd behaviour and social learning, implementation and mechanism design, market games, repeated games, voting

Professor Patrick Bolton

Economics, finance and law, specializing in the areas of contract theory, industrial organization and antitrust law, corporate finance, banking and financial regulation, sovereign debt restructuring, and corporate governance

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