Edwin Koenck

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Research Statement

Edwin B Koenck (MSc, QMUL) is a PhD student in economic history at Queen's. He is researching the 'Canal Mania' in Britain at the end of the eighteenth century, focusing on speculative trading which may have caused a brief financial bubble. (Supervised by William Quinn and John Turner.)

Research Interests

Economic History, Business History, Financial Bubbles, Economics


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2nd Year PhD student. 



Teaching Assistant - Economics Finance & Statistics
School: Queen's Management School

Courses taught:
ECO1003: Statistical Methods
ECO1007: Intro Economics for Business Economics
ECO1015: Economy, Society, and Public Policy
FIN2019: Behavioural Finance

Courses Audited:
ECO7011: Applied Econometrics
ECO7013: Global Economic History


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