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After studying economics, I quickly evolved to become an applied economist interested in a very long-term perspective, which is the main reason I enrolled in a master's course in global economic history and ended up finishing a PhD in economic history. 

I became particularly interested in how preindustrial economies were organised and how critical aspects of human life, like well-being or inequality, responded to long-term changes. Recently I also engaged in more recent periods and topics, including the loss of human capital derived from military conflicts, historical demography or anthropometric history.

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