Assistant Professor, School of Economics, University of Nottingham
Research Affiliate, Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR)Research Associate, Centre for the Study of African Economies (CSAE), Oxford
Bio: I joined Nottingham in September 2011 after a post-doc at CSAE in Oxford, where I also completed my DPhil (PhD) in the Department of Economics (2009). My first degree was in Modern Chinese Studies (Freiburg, Beijing, Leeds) and I also hold an MA in Development Economics from UEA.
Research: My research focuses on the empirical aspects of economic development, technological change and growth. My current research on knowledge accumulation and diffusion is funded by the UK ESRC under the 'Future Research Leaders' scheme. My CV can be found here, detailed research output is here (Google Scholar page and RePEc page).
New working papers: I have recently submitted my first couple of CEPR (Centre for Economic Policy Research) discussion papers, joint work with Dietz Vollrath on 'The role of crop type in cross-country income differences' (April 2016) and work with Daniel Bernhofen, Jianan Li and Stephen Morgan on 'Assessing market (dis)integration in early modern China and Europe' (May 2016 - see graph below).
Source: Bernhofen, Eberhardt, Li and Morgan (2016) Assessing market (dis)integration in early modern China and Europe
My paper on the long-run relationship between debt and growth (with Andrea Presbitero, IMF) has now been published in the September 2015 issue of the Journal of International
Economics. It featured in an article in The Financial Times (7th April, 2014) and I also presented related work on the debt-growth nexus at the 2014 conference of the Royal Economic Society, which I talk about with Viv Davies for VoxEU here. (September 2015)
Book publication: Routledge published Empirical Development Economics late last year, to which I contributed three chapters on panel time series (macro panels) - Chapters 26-28. The lead authors are Mans Soderbom (Gothenburg) and my DPhil supervisor Francis Teal (Oxford), the section on impact evaluation was written by Andrew Zeitlin (Georgetown) and that on ML by Simon Quinn (Oxford). Some more details on the book can be found here (order from Routledge US or UK, Amazon US or UK). A dedicated website contains data and do files for replication. (September 2014)
I provide links to over 300 macro and micro datasets for development economics. Follow my tweets for updates. I also have written a number of Stata routines for macro panel analysis and provide details on other user-written commands for spatial and panel time series econometrics.
School of Economics, University of Nottingham, Sir Clive Granger Building, University Park, Nottingham, NG7 2RD, UK; email@example.com; @MEDevEcon
Last updated: 21st May 2016