Alexander Engel teaches at the Institute for Economic and Social History at Göttingen University, where he received his PhD with a dissertation on the emergence of modern markets in the global dye business, Farben der Globalisierung: Die Entstehung moderner Märkte für Farbstoffe 1500-1900 (2009). He has co-authored a volume on the price history of pre-modern times Preisgeschichte der vorindustriellen Zeit (2006). His research interests include the history of markets and prices, business and marketing history, globalization, and the history of knowledge and economic thought.
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John F. Kennedy Memorial Fellow 2011-2012, CES, Harvard University
Visiting Scholar 2011-2012, CES, Harvard University