Historical Macroeconomics, Finance, and Banking: Explaining Poland’s Great Depression
As of October 2021, I am a Fellow (College Lecturer) and Director of Studies in Economics at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, having recently submitted my PhD in Economic History at the London School of Economics.
My research focuses on the spread of the Great Depression throughout Europe and the reasons why the Depression affected certain countries more than others.
My CV (in need of updating – 28/7/21) is available to download here. I am currently in the (slow) process of indexing and digitising the complete publications of the Polish Central Statistical Office (GUS). You can download the completed parts of this effort here.
If it’s not particularly urgent and if you feel up to it, I would be honoured if you got in touch the old-fashioned way, sending a note to me at
Gonville and Caius College Harvey Court Site
5 West Road
Cambridge CB3 9DS.