Making Sense of Finance: research videos

For the online conference Making Sense of Finance on Friday 12 March 2021, we asked some of the participants to present a historical source or object to explain their field of research or their academic interests. With this we would like to show the expertise that individual participants bring to the table of the conference. Below you can find the participants and their videos.

Alexia Yates
Dr. Alexia Yates is Senior Lecturer in Modern History at the University of Manchester. She is a historian of economic life, business, and cities in modern Europe, and has researched and published on the dynamics of real estate markets and retail investment in the nineteenth century. She is currently principal investigator on the AHRC-funded project ‘Rise of the Rentier: France and the Making of Financial Modernity’.

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Click here to watch her presentation.

Charles Larkin
Charles Larkin is Director of Research at the Institute for Policy Research at the University of Bath. He was previously special advisor to the Chairman of the Oireachtas Committee on Health, Dr. Michael Harty, TD and to Senator Sean Barrett of the Irish Senate. Dr. Larkin is also an adjunct assistant professor at Trinity College Dublin, Johns Hopkins University and the Institute of Public Administration (Dublin). Dr. Larkin has authored several items of Irish legislation and over 60 scholarly articles, most especially in the areas of finance, cryptocurrencies and public policy economics. 

Click here to watch his presentation.

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