Early America, Trade, International Trade, International Business, Transatlantic History, central banking
I received my Ph.D. at Georgia State University in the department of History in 2019. I am most interested in economic and business history of the Atlantic World between roughly 1700-1850. I am currently a postdoctoral researcher in Economic and Social History in the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Helsinki. I serve as meetings-coordinator for the Economic History Association beginning at the end of 2020, and am a trustee of the Economic and Business History Society. Currently, I am working in a project focusing on Nordic state fiscal capacity from the early modern period to modern day.