Welcome to my website! I am a social and economic historian of global capitalism, currently based at the Robert L. Heilbroner Center for Capitalism Studies. My main research project deals with the history of the International Chamber of Commerce in the twentieth century. You can find more information on my previous scholarly work on Swiss employers’ and business associations, social policy, and on different subjects in the domain of transnational history on this website.
I will be presenting my research on the International Chamber of Commerce on the next Swiss History Days in Zurich in the panels The International Brokers of the Wealthy I, and II (June 5th), on Swiss local economic elites in the panel Wealthy cities and local elites: Basel, Geneva and Zurich (1880-2010) (June 6th), and on transatlantic business networks around World War II at a conference at the University of Lausanne, Les Etats-Unis et l’Europe depuis 1945 : réseaux économiques, philanthropiques et scientifiques (June 20th-21th).
I will also be presenting my research at the University of Sydney, in the New Economic Thinking Winter School (July 13th-17th), and at a conference at the Melbourne Law School, The League of Nations Decentred: Law, Crises and Legacies (July 17th-19th).
I have uploaded some texts on Researchgate, and you are most welcome to drop me an email through the contact form if you have no free access to something you might want to read!