Cristian Ducoing is a researcher at the Department of Economic History in Lund University. He obtained a Degree in History from the University of Chile, and completed his PhD in Economic History at the University of Barcelona (2012). He has worked as researcher and teacher in the University Pompeu Fabra, University of Valparaiso and Umeå University. His areas of work are natural resources and development, historical national accounts and sustainability. His research has been published in Scandinavian Economic History Research, Sustainability, Australian Economic History Review, among other international journals. He has co-authored more than 15 book chapters and has obtained funded in public and private research funding bodies
His research interests are in economic, financial and social history. Further interests are applied econometrics and historical GIS. He has written in Irish financial history, the political economy of land reform, penal reform, human capital, anthropometry, cooperation, emigration and remittances.
He is Senior Lecturer in Economics at University College Cork. Prior to this he was a Lecturer in Environmental Economics at the University of St. Andrews. From January 2013 to December 2015 he was a Leverhulme Fellow.
He is affiliate of Environmental Research Institute at UCC, the Queen's University Centre for Economic History, an Honorary Senior Fellow at University of St Andrews, and an Honorary Researcher at the University of Stirling. Moreover, he collaborates as associate editor at Palgrave Humanities and Social Science Communications.
He completed a BA in economics and history in National University of Ireland, Maynooth in 2005 and he awarded a PhD in 2010 by the Department of History in NUI Maynooth.
He is an Elected Fellow (since 2006) of the Royal Society of New Zealand (FRSNZ).
His research interests include Circular Economy and sustainable economic development; economic wellbeing; time series econometrics; financial econometrics (especially as it relates to cryptocurrencies); cliometrics; economic history; the economics of innovation; energy economics.
He was chair of the Business and Economics Panel of the 2018 Performance-Based Research Fund (PBRF) New Zealand research assessment exercise. He is co-Editor-in-Chief and joint founding editor of the Journal of Economic Surveys, member of the Board of NZIER and Governance Group of the National Science Challenge, "Ageing Well". He has received 7 Marsden-funded grants and published on a wide range of topics. He is currently engaged in research on the Circular Economy and sustainable economic development; the effects of COVID-19 on
We have received the collaboration from several scholars. An special mention to David Greasley, who was one of the pioners on historical genuine savings estimations.