Trade frictions, trade policy, and the interwar business cycle
With the generous support of the EHS, I was able to submit my PhD to the LSE in 2018. The bursary was vital to my progress as it provided me with the financial freedom to fully concentrate on research. I could extend the data collection for two of my PhD chapters and write an additional one. Moreover, the scheme helped me to travel to Berlin facilitating data collection. One of my PhD papers is now published as ‘The Prelude and Global Impact of the Great Depression in Explorations in Economic History with another one being at the R&R stage with the Economic History Review.