Financial markets; liquidity and market imperfections; bubbles and crashes; asset management; interest rates; government debt policy; financial regulation; behavioural economics and finance; organizations
About this Fellow
Economic history; development of the world economy since AD 1000; the Great Divergence; international comparisons of productivity; wars and economic performance
- Professor of Economic History, University of Oxford
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.
Applied microeconomics: incentives in organisations, labour markets and economic development