Economic History Roundup
Kirsten Salyer writes about consumer culture for Bloomberg View and is the site's engagement editor. She has also written for Condé Nast Traveler, Texas Monthly and Houston Community Newspapers. She has a bachelor's degree in journalism and international studies from Northwestern University.
- History News Network on Wikipedia's historical gender gap
- The New Republic on the history of the idea of austerity
- The Atlantic on how body armor would have saved millions of people during World War I
- Smithsonian magazine on the invention of the paint tube
- The Telegraph on how historical figures would have looked today
- McKinsey and Co. on big data in the age of the telegraph
- Harvard Business School on an emerging markets oral history project
- M. G. Hayes on Ingham and Keynes and the nature of money
- Bruegel on economic history lessons for the euro area
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