Marlous van Waijenburg is Assistant Professor of Economics and Postdoctoral Scholar in the Society of Fellows at the University of Michigan. Her research focuses on comparative and long-term analyses of African economic development, fiscal institutions, material living standards, and (coercive) labor markets. Her doctoral thesis on colonial fiscal capacity building efforts and forced labor was recently awarded the IEHA’s tri-annual prize for “best dissertation written in economic history between 2014-2017” (category: twentieth century).
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