Robin Adams (DPhil, Oxford) is Research Fellow in Economic History at Queen's. His primary research interest is early twentieth-century Irish economic and financial history. He is working on the EU-funded EURHISFIRM project, which aims to generate high-quality historical firm-level data for Europe.
Michael Aldous (PhD, LSE) is Lecturer in Management at Queen's. His research interests are in the field of business history, particularly issues of business ownership, organization and governance in international business.
Graham Brownlow (PhD, QUB) is Senior Lecturer in Economics at Queen's. His research focuses primarily on economic history, and institutional and evolutionary economics. He also has an interest in methodology in economic and business history.
Bruce Campbell (PhD, Cambridge) is Professor Emeritus of Medieval Economic History at Queen's. His work mostly focuses on the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, and in environmental economic history,
Gareth Campbell (PhD, QUB) is Professor of Finance at Queen's. His research focuses on historical asset price bubbles and financial crises, particularly the British Railway Mania of the 1840s.
Chris Colvin (PhD, LSE) is Senior Lecturer in Economics at Queen's. He is an economic historian with research interests in banking crises, corporate governance, innovation policy, cultural economics and demographic change. He is also interested in pedagogy in economic history.
Christopher Coyle (PhD, QUB) is Lecturer in Finance at Queen's. His research analyses the UK corporate bond market from a historical perspective, including the role played by credit rating agencies.
James Davis (PhD, Cambridge) is Senior Lecturer in Medieval History at Queen's. He works on medieval markets, trade and towns.
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Alan de Bromhead (DPhil, Oxford) is Senior Lecturer in Economics at Queen's and Associate Director of QUCEH. His research interests are in economic history, political economy and globalisation.
Arcangelo Dimico (PhD, Nottingham) is Senior Lecturer in Economics at Queen's. His main research interest is sources of divergences in income across countries and groups, with a particular focus on the effect that history has on institutions and economic growth.
Alan Fernihough (PhD, UCD) is Senior Lecturer in Economics at Queen's. His research interests include economic history, demography and economic growth.
Philip Fliers (PhD, Erasmus Rotterdam) is Research Fellow in Finance at Queen's. His research interests are banking history, corporate finance and financial crises. He is working on the Leverhulme-funded project 'The rise of corporate titans: CEOs in the UK, 1900–2016'. He also works on the financial history of the Netherlands.
Ryan Kee (PhD, QUB) is Lecturer (Education) in Economic Policy at Queen's. He is researching various facets that influence long-run economic development, particularly religion, culture and the evolution of institutional structures. He is especially interested in the impact of such forces in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Frank Kennedy (PhD, LSE) is Research Assistant in Economic History at Queen's. He is working on the ESRC-funded project ‘The Sterling Area Revisited'. Prior to recent academic study, he had a 25-year career in international debt capital markets in the City of London.
Liam Kennedy (PhD, York) is Professor Emeritus of Economic and Social History at Queen's. He mainly works on topics in Irish economic history.
Martin Quinn (PhD, Dundee) is Senior Lecturer in Accounting at Queen's. His research interests are in accounting and business history, particularly of the brewing sector, and in accounting change over time.
Will Quinn (PhD, QUB) is Lecturer in Finance at Queen's. He is researching the British bicycle mania of the 1890s and the causes of stock price movements in nineteenth-century Britain.
David Paulson (MBA, Cranfield) is Professor of Practice at Queen's. His research concerns the business history of small- and medium-sized enterprises in Britain and West Germany. Formerly working in the private sector, he is currently completing a PhD at the University of Cambridge.
Emma Reisz (PhD, Cambridge) is Lecturer in Imperial and Asian History at Queen's. Her research focuses on commodities and trade in Asia in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and she is joint-PI of the Sir Robert Hart Project.
Jack Seddon (DPhil, Oxford) is Lecturer in Political Economy at Queen's. He works on international monetary systems from a comparative and historical perspective.
John Turner (PhD, QUB) is Professor of Finance and Financial History at Queen's and Director of QUCEH. He has research interests in banking and financial history, and in law and finance.
Clive Walker (PhD, QUB) is Lecturer in Finance at Queen's. He researches the nature and role of media in financial crises, both historical and contemporary.