Research Affiliates are members who are based at other institutions, share an interest in our research programmes and support our mission.
Graeme Acheson (PhD, QUB) is Professor of Finance at the University of Strathclyde. He is a co-investigator on two research projects based at QUCEH on corporate governance and ownership in UK history.
Stephen Billington (PhD, QUB) is Lecturer in Economics at Ulster University. His research focuses on how institutional change influenced the incentives governing inventive activity across British economic history.
Rowena Gray (PhD, UC Davis) is Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of California, Merced. Her research focuses on the effects of technological change and immigration in the American labour market between 1850 and 1950.
Stuart Henderson (PhD, QUB) is Lecturer in Financial Services at Ulster University. His research is focused on Irish economic and financial history, with an emphasis on the role of religion in development.
Eoin McLaughlin (PhD, NUI Maynooth) is Senior Lecturer in Economics at University College Cork. His research focus is nineteenth-century Irish economic and financial history. He is co-investigator on a research project based at QUCEH which exploits nineteenth-century prison records.
Lyndon Moore (PhD, Northwestern) is Professor of Banking and Finance at Monash University, Melbourne. Aside from financial history, his research interests are in asset pricing, corporate finance, derivatives, and international finance.
Meeghan Rogers (PhD, QUB) is Assistant Professor of Finance at Farmingdale State College, State University of New York. She researches the integration provincial and national stock exchanges in the nineteenth century.
Jack Seddon (DPhil, Oxford) is Associate Professor in International Political Economy at Waseda University, Japan. He works on international monetary systems from a comparative and historical perspective. He is PI on the Sterling Area Revisited project, which is based at QUCEH.
Qing Ye (PhD, QUB) is Associate Professor in Finance at Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University. Her research focus is on the asset pricing behaviour of equities on the British market in the nineteenth century.