Nuno Pedro Gonçalves Palma
I am a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at the Department of Economics of the University of Manchester, a Research Fellow at ICS, University of Lisbon, and a Research Affiliate at CEPR. I was previously Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics, Econometrics, and Finance, University of Groningen, and a Max Weber Fellow at the European University Institute. I hold degrees from the University of Lisbon and the London School of Economics. My main research interests include economic history, development and growth, macroeconomics and monetary economics, and political economy.
Recent publications include “Sailing away from Malthus: intercontinental trade and European economic growth, 1500-1800” Cliometrica;“Harbingers of Modernity: Monetary Injections and European Economic Growth, 1492-1790” European Review of Economic History; “Reconstruction of money supply over the long-run: the case of England, 1270-1870” Economic History Review. The data from the latter paper has been included in the Bank of England’s Historical Database, under "a millennium of macroeconomic data":http://www.bankofengland.co.uk/research/Pages/datasets/default.aspx#thre...
I also have forthcoming papers in the European Review of Economic History (with Patrick O’Brien) and in the Journal of Economic History(with Jaime Reis). I have been the recipient of several international awards, including recently the inaugural Stiglitz Award given by the International Economic Association.