Speaker / 講演者
Professor Dan Bogart, UC Irvine
Biography / 講演者略歴
- Ph.D., Economics, UCLA, 2003; M.A., Economics, UCLA 2000
- B.S., Economics, University of Minnesota 1998; B.A., Summa Cum Laude, History, University of Minnesota 1998; B.A., Mathematics, University of Minnesota 1998
- 2003-2009, Assistant professor, Department of Economics, UC Irvine
- 2009-2019, Associate professor, Department of Economics, UC Irvine
- 2019-present, Professor, Department of Economics, UC Irvine
Publications (Selective) / 主な業績
- “Extractive Institutions? Investor returns to Indian railway companies in the Age of High Imperialism” (joint with Latika Chaudhary), Journal of Institutional Economics 15 (2019): 751-774.
- “Canal Carriers and Creative Destruction in England's Transport Sector” (joint with Mike Lefors and Max Satchell). Explorations in Economic History 71 (2019): 1-24.
- “Party Connections, Interest Groups, and the Slow Diffusion of Infrastructure: Evidence from Britain’s First Transport Revolution.” Economic Journal 128 (2018): 541-575.
- “Engines of G rowth: T he P roductivity A dvance o f I ndian R ailways, 1874-1912” (joint with Latika Chaudhary). Journal of Economic History 73 (2013): 339-370 (awarded the Cole Prize for the best article in Journal of Economic History 2013).
- “A Global Perspective on Railway Inefficiency and the Rise of State Ownership, 1880-1912.” Explorations in Economic History 47 (2010): 158-178.
- “Making Property Productive: Reorganizing Rights to Real and Equitable Estates in Britain, 1600-1830”(joint with Gary Richardson). European Review of Economic History 13 (2009): 3-30.
- “Did the Glorious Revolution Contribute to the Transport Revolution? Evidence from Investment in Roads and Rivers.” Economic History Review 64 (November 2011), 1073-1112.
- “Nationalizations and the Development of Transport Systems: Cross-Country Evidence from Railroad Networks: 1860-1912.”Journal of Economic History 69 (2009): 202-237.
- “Turnpike Trusts and the Transportation Revolution in Eighteenth Century England.” Explorations in Economic History 42 (2005): 479-508 (awarded the Explorations Prize for best article in Explorations in Economic History 2005).