The history of economics, focusing on the twentieth century, including applied economics, macroeconomics, economics and the other social sciences, Maynard Keynes and Paul Samuelson
About this Fellow
The economic development of Africa; the causes of state fragility and implications for public policy; the management of natural resources; the management of urbanization
- Professor of Economics and Public Policy, Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford; Director, International Growth Centre
Financial markets; liquidity and market imperfections; bubbles and crashes; asset management; interest rates; government debt policy; financial regulation; behavioural economics and finance; organizations
Econometrics; judgement and decision; analysis of social policy
Economics. Networks: the formation of networks, social structure and human behaviour, networks and markets. Politics and Public Economics. Conflict.