I am currently supervising two PhD students based at Queen's University Centre for Economic History. My first supervisee, who has succesfully completed his PhD, is himself now a lecturer. Details below.

Stephen Billington

Co-supervised with Christopher Coyle
Thesis title: Innovation and Incentives in Economic History
Fields: Economic History, Industrial Organisation, Innovation and Invention
Expected completion: 2020

Nikita Lychakov

Co-supervised with John D. Turner
Thesis title: Industrialisation, Politics and Banking Instability in Late-Imperial Russia
Fields: Financial History, Banking Crises, Political Economy
Expected completion: 2018

Stuart Henderson

Co-supervised with John D. Turner
Thesis title: Historical Reflections on Religion, Finance and Economic Development
Viva voce examination: June 2017
First placement: Lecturer in Economics & Finance, Dublin Institute of Technology