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

Interests

Distance Running and Atheltics 

Particulars

2nd Year PhD student. 

 

Teaching

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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