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economic historian

Hans-Joachim Voth, German economic historian. Research fellow, Clare College, Cambridge, 1996-1997. Member of European History Economics Society (trustee 2003, Gino Luzzatto prize 1999), Economic History Association (Alexander Gerschenkron prize 1996), American Finance Association.

Background

Voth, Hans-Joachim was born on March 31, 1968 in Luebeck, Germany. Son of Willfried Joachim and Ingeborg Voth.

Education

Master of Science, Oxford University, England, 1993. Doctor of Philosophy, Oxford University, England, 1996.

Career

Senior associate McKinsey & Co, Inc., Munich, 1996—1997. Visiting assistant professor department economics Stanford University, California, 1997—1998. Assistant professor department economics Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, 1998—2001, associate professor, 2001—2003, professor, 2003—2005, ICREA research professor, since 2005.

Associate director Center History and Economics, King's College, Cambridge, England, 1999—2004. Visiting associate professor department economics Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2001—2002, visiting professor, 2003—2004, Stern Business School, New York University, New York City, 2004—2005.

Membership

Member of European History Economics Society (trustee 2003, Gino Luzzatto prize 1999), Economic History Association (Alexander Gerschenkron prize 1996), American Finance Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Photography, architecture, bicycling.

Connections

father:
Willfried Joachim

mother:
Ingeborg Voth