Alan de Bromhead                    

            Lecturer in Economics, Queen's University Belfast

 

             My research interests lie mainly in the following areas:

                  • Political economy of globalisation from a historical perspective. Specifically I am interested in the history of trade, migration and capital flows and how changes in how domestic and international politics influenced policy choices in these areas.
                  • Political economy in the interwar years, with a particular interest in the rise of extremist parties.
                  • Irish economic history

              Biography

                                                                                           I am originally from Dublin, Ireland where I received a BA Economics from Trinity College Dublin. I subsequently went on to complete a MSc Economics, also at Trinity College Dublin, before completing a DPhil in                                                                                            Economic & Social History at Mansfield College, University of Oxford in 2014. I am currently a Lecturer in Economics at Queen's University Belfast and a research affiliate at the CEPR.