Futurama
Schulze, M.S., Caruana Galizia, P., and Hashino, T., 'Underlying sources of growth: first and second nature geography, 1700-1870' in S. Broadberry and K. Fukao (eds.), The Cambridge Economic History of the Modern World, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Wolf, N., Caruana Galizia, P., and Okubo, T., 'Underlying sources of growth: first and second nature geography, 1870-2010' in S. Broadberry and K. Fukao (eds.), The Cambridge Economic History of the Modern World, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Caruana Galizia, P.and Wolf, N., 'Phoenix from the Ashes: Bombs, Homes, and Unemployment in Germany, 1945-2011', Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), Discussion Paper No. 11649, November 2016.

Caruana Galizia, P., Crafts, N.F.R., and Schulze, M.S., 'Geography and the Great Divergence: Market Access and Economic Growth in the Nineteenth Century', Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.

Bernhofen, D.M., Egger, P., Caruana Galizia, P. and Wolf, N., 'When and how did Globalization begin? Evidence from the Opening of the Suez Canal', Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.

Books
Caruana Galizia, P., (2017) The Economy of Modern Malta: From the Nineteenth to the Twenty-First Century. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, Palgrave Studies in Economic History.


"Using new data, lucid analysis, and beautiful writing, Caruana Galizia has written a brilliant account of labor markets and living standards in the Mediterranean during the first global century. Anyone interested in the region during the nineteenth century must read this book.
Jeffrey G. Williamson, Laird Bell Professor of Economics, Emeritus, Harvard University, USA

"Understanding globalization's accomplishments and failures requires global information. Caruana Galizia has ingeniously expanded our view of migration, trade policy, transport costs, and wage inequality. Thanks to his pioneering efforts, we can compare experiences from all around the 'Great Sea,' now including Malta, Cyprus, Istanbul, Syria, Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria, and Gibraltar.
Peter H. Lindert, Distinguished Research Professor of Economics, University of California, Davis, USA

"This fine study fills a significant gap in our understanding of the first age of globalization. We finally have a complete and new view of the Mediterranean. The research combines new real wage data for the Mediterranean countries, a rigorous theoretical approach, and a thoughtful knowledge of historical sources. The result is a solid piece of research worth reading." 
Blanca Sánchez-Alonso, Professor of Economic History, CEU San Pablo University, Spain

"It is a fine source not only for scholars working on the Mediterranean and the Middle East, but also for anyone interested in understanding more about the dynamics of labor markets during the first era of globalization" 
Laura Panza, EH.net.

"There is no doubt that the book by Caruana Galizia is a serious contribution not only to the history of the Mediterranean economy, but also to the literature on convergence, globalisation and inequality."
Paolo Malanima, Nordicum-Mediterraneum

"...extremely well written, and balances history, economics, and statistical techniques. It usefully contributes to the debate on migration and labour market integration by proposing empirical conclusions based on consolidated economic theory and new data..."
Carlo Ciccarelli, Economic History Review

"...
by bringing neglected areas of North Africa and Middle East into the orbit of late nineteenth-century globalization...the author has set for himself, and others, an important and ample research agenda that will be pursued."
Michael Huberman, Journal of Economic History

"Galizia’s international perspective and determination to include all areas of the Mediterranean, coupled with thorough empirical analysis, results in a compelling argument which shows that globalization was not (as it is so often assumed to be) just a question of European expansion into other regions...elegant study..."
Richard J. Blakemore, International Journal of Maritime History 

" excelente libro de Paul Caruana Galizia...El libro se lee muy bien. Las partes teóricas y empíricas están muy claras y bien entrelazadas con las partes más históricas o descriptivas. El autor tiene además una gran capacidad de síntesis..."
Javier Silvestre, Revsita de Historia Industrial

Journal articles
Caruana Galizia, P. and Caruana Galizia, M., (Forthcoming) 'Political Land Corruption: Evidence from Malta - the European Union’s Smallest Member State,' Journal of Public Policy.

Caruana Galizia, P. (2017)  'Corruption, Reform, and the Euro', The European Review, 25(3), 423-437.

Caruana Galizia, P. (2016)  'How Can we Measure Sub-National Institutions? Some Ideas and Empirical Tests on European Regions, 1870-1910', Journal of European Economic History, 45(1), 163-199.

[Lead Article] Caruana Galizia, P. (2016) ‘Politics and the German Language: Testing Orwell's Hypothesis with the Google N-Gram Corpus’, Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, 31(3), 441-456.

Caruana Galizia, P. and Caruana Galizia, M., (2016) 'Offshore Financial Activity and Tax Policy: Evidence from a Leaked Data set', Journal of Public Policy, 36(3), 457-488.

Caruana Galizia, P. and Fenech, N., 
(2016) 'The Importance of Spring Hunting in Malta on European Turtle-Dove Streptopelia turtur and Common Quail Coturnix coturnix Populations', Bird Conservation International 26(1), 29-38.

[Runner up, Coghlan Prize for best article] Caruana Galizia, P. and Ma, Y. (2016) ‘Chinese Regions in the Great Divergence: Provincial GDP per capita, 1873-1918’, Australian Economic History Review, 56(1), 21-45.

Caruana Galizia, P. (2015) ‘Strategic Colonies and Economic Development: Real Wages in Cyprus, Gibraltar and Malta, 1836-1913’, Economic History Review 68(4), 1250-1276.

Wolf, N. and Caruana Galizia, P. (2015) 'Bombs, Homes, and Jobs: Revisiting the Oswald Hypothesis for Germany', Economics Letters 135, 65-68.

Caruana Galizia, P. (2015) ‘Why did the Mediterranean Fail to Globalise? Real Wages and Labour Market Integration in the Nineteenth Century’, Revista de Historia Económica - Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, 33(2), 257-285.

[Lead Article] Caruana Galizia, P. (2015) ‘Decline and Stagnation in the Arab World: Preliminary Real Wage Evidence for Algeria, Egypt, Syria, and Tunisia, 1847-1913’, Research in Economic History, 31, 1-40.

[Lead Article] Caruana Galizia, P. (2013) ‘Indian Regional Income Inequality: Provincial GDP, 1875-1911’, Economic History of Developing Regions, 28(1), 1-27.

Caruana Galizia, P. and Henneberg Marti, J. (2013) ‘European Regional Railways and Real Income, 1870-1910: A Preliminary Report’, Scandinavian Economic History Review, 61(2), 167-196.

Caruana Galizia, P. (2013) ‘Estimating French Regional Income: Departmental Gross-Value Added Estimates, 1872-1911’, Research in Economic History, 29, 71-95.

Caruana Galizia, P. (2012) ‘Mediterranean Labour Market Integration: Maltese Real Wages in a Regional Context, 1836-1913’, Journal of European Economic History, 41(3), 93-121.



Book chapters and reviews
Caruana Galizia, P. ‘Book Review: Places in Need: The Changing Geography of Poverty by Scott W. Allard’, LSE Review of Books, September 2017. 

Caruana Galizia, P. ‘Book Review: Trading Barriers: Immigration and the Remaking of Globalization by Margaret E. Peters’, LSE Review of Books, September 2017. 

Caruana Galizia, P. ‘Book Review: What’s Wrong with Social Policy and How to Fix it, by Bill Jordan’, LSE Review of Books, April 2012. 

Caruana Galizia, A. and Caruana Galizia, P. (2008) ‘The Internet and Domestic Politics’ in M. Gatt and R. Fsadni (eds.), Governing the Internet, Brussels: Centre for European Studies.