Economic History - Notable Economic Historians

Notable Economic Historians

  • Moses Abramovitz
  • T. S. Ashton
  • Dudley Baines
  • Correlli Barnett
  • Maxine Berg
  • Ben Bernanke
  • Michael Bordo
  • Fernand Braudel
  • Stephen Broadberry
  • Rondo Cameron
  • Sydney Checkland
  • Carlo M. Cipolla
  • Gregory Clark
  • Thomas C. Cochran
  • Dora Costa
  • Nicholas Crafts
  • Louis Cullen
  • Brad DeLong
  • Mauricio Drelichman
  • Barry Eichengreen
  • Stanley Engerman
  • Andreas Exenberger
  • Charles Feinstein
  • Niall Ferguson
  • Roland Findlay
  • Roderick Floud
  • Robert Fogel
  • Milton Friedman
  • Claudia Goldin
  • John Habakkuk
  • Earl J. Hamilton
  • Eli Heckscher
  • Philip T. Hoffman
  • Eric Hobsbawm
  • Leo Huberman
  • Ibn Khaldun
  • Charles P. Kindleberger
  • Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie
  • David Landes
  • Tim Leunig
  • Peter Lindert
  • Friedrich List
  • Robert Sabatino Lopez
  • Angus Maddison
  • Karl Marx
  • Ellen McArthur
  • Deirdre McCloskey
  • Joel Mokyr
  • Larry Neal
  • Douglass North
  • Cormac Ó Gráda
  • Kevin H. O'Rourke
  • Henri Pirenne
  • Karl Polanyi
  • Erik S. Reinert
  • Christina Romer
  • Jean-Laurent Rosenthal
  • W. W. Rostow
  • Murray Rothbard
  • Ram Sharan Sharma
  • Adam Smith
  • Anna Jacobson Schwartz
  • Robert Skidelsky
  • Graeme Snooks
  • R. H. Tawney
  • Peter Temin
  • Adam Tooze
  • Hans-Joachim Voth
  • Jan de Vries
  • Eberhard Wächtler
  • Eugene White
  • Jeffrey Williamson
  • Tony Wrigley
  • Larry Schweikart

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