I am a Research and Teaching Fellow in the Department of History, Economics and Society and the Paul Bairoch Institute of Economic History at the University of Geneva (UNIGE). I am also a research fellow of the World Inequality Lab.

My research and teaching interests cross political economy, economic history, macroeconomics, development and public economics. I mainly work on the measurement, history and institutional aspects of economic distribution, on how it relates to the macroeconomy, its development, and its politics, with a focus on Europe and Latin America. I also work on policies for shared and sustainable prosperity.

You can view my CV here.


Working Papers

Work in Progress

  • Capital in Ireland since 1850 (with Pierce Daly and Ronan Lyons).

  • Distribution, late-development and institutional change in Brazil (with Pedro Souza).

Journal Articles

Book Chapters

Methodological Publications

Research Briefs

Book Reviews


Contributions to Policy Debates