Originally from Quebec, Vincent Geloso obtained his Ph.D. and M.sc. from the London School of Economics. He earned a B.sc. in economics and politics from the University of Montreal. He is currently a postdoctoral fellow at Texas Tech University. His research interests lie at the intersection of economic history, the measurement of living standards, public economics, population economics and political economy.
His articles have appeared or are forthcoming in Economics & Human Biology, Journal of Economic History, Historical Methods, Atlantic Economic Journal, New Political Economy, Journal of Population Research, and Journal of Interdisciplinary History. Check out his personal website.
Selected Scholarly Articles
- The equally “bad” French and English farmers of Quebec: New TFP measures from the 1831 census
- Malthusian pressures: empirical evidence from a frontier economy
- The heights of French-Canadian convicts, 1780s–1820s
- Toleration of Catholics in Quebec and British Public Finances, 1760 to 1775
- Continuity Under a Different Name: The Outcome of Privatisation in Serbia