Below is a list of members and affiliates of the Centre for Economic Cultures.

You can find out more information about each member, including contact details, by clicking on the links to their research profiles.

Academic co-directors


Postgraduate research students (past and present)

  • Lucy Allen (Consumption and Wedding Trade in 19th Century Britain)
  • Paul Brammer (Economic Forces, Social Reform and Manchester Chamber of
  • Amy Bride (American Gothic Literature, Race and Finance)
  • Grant Collier (Social History of Styal Estate, Quarry Bank Mill)
  • Helen Corlett (Business and family history, Manchester and Wales)
  • Stefano Locatelli (The Early Life of the Florentine Florin)
  • Joseph Richardson (Rise of Russian Capitalism)
  • H Robb (Monetising the Family: The Role of Micro-Credit in a Late 15th Century Northern English Town)
  • Takao Osanai (English Baltic Trade 17th)
  • Xuan Zhao (18th Century Schumpeterian Reason of State)