Welcome to the webpage of Marvin Suesse. I am currently a Post-Doctoral Research Associate at New York University’s Abu Dhabi campus.

I hold a PhD in economics, with a specialization in economic history, from Humboldt University of Berlin.

Contact: marvin.suesse@nyu.edu

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News

+++ 12.03.17 Helping to organise in the 2nd CEPR-NYU workshop on „Drivers of Long Run Development“ in Abu Dhabi +++

+++ 18.07.16 Participating in the CESifo workshop on „Disasters, Sanctions and Dissolutions“ in Venice +++

+++ 15.06.16 „Development, Segregation and Nationalism“ presented at the SIOE in Paris +++

+++ 02.06.16 Participating in the VIVES workshop on the „Stability of Regions, Culture and Institutions“ in Leuven, Belgium +++

+++ 15.03.16 „Development, Segregation and Nationalism“ presented at the CEPR-CAGE-NYU workshop in Abu Dhabi +++

+++ 01.12.15 I joined the Division of Social Sciences, Economics, at NYU-AD +++

+++ 30.10.15 „Colonial Fiscal Institutions in Africa: How they persisted, when they changed, and why“ presented at the African Economic History Workshop in Wageningen

+++ 03-07.08.15 Three papers presented at the 2015 World Economic History Congress in Kyoto, Japan +++

+++ 20.03.15 „On the Origins of Ethnic Segregation and Nationalism“ presented at the 2015 Conference of the Association for the Study of Religion, Economics, and Culture (ASREC) in Boston +++

+++ 13.03.15 „On the Origins of Ethnic Segregation and Nationalism“ presented at the I. German Economic History Conference in Münster +++

+++ 14.01.15 „On the Origins of Ethnic Segregation and Nationalism“ presented at the WEast Workshop on Economic History and Development at Central European University, Budapest +++

+++ 30.11.14 „Breaking the Unbreakable Union“ presented at the 46th Annual Convention of the Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies in San Antonio, TX +++

+++ 27.10.14 New EHES blog post on „Accounting for the Size of Nations“ +++

+++ 05.09.14 „Accounting for the Size of Nations“ presented at the Berlin Summer School on Eastern European Economic History +++

+++ 17.07.14 New EHES blog post on „Breaking the Unbreakable Union“ +++

+++ 07.07.14 Back in Berlin after a semester at UC Berkeley +++