Global Encounters between China and Europe:

Trade Networks, Consumption and Cultural Exchanges

in Macau and Marseille (1680-1840)

Principal Investigator

Prof. Dr. Manuel Pérez García

ERC - StG 679371

Prof. Dr. Patrick O'Brien
London School of Economics (United Kingdom)

Patrick Karl O'Brien, Fellow of the British Academy and Academia Europaea, Doctorates honoris causa from Carlos III University Madrid and Uppsala University, Sweden; Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, President of British Economic History Society, 1999- 2001.

LSE; Project; Global History Network

Prof. Dr. Joe P. McDermott
University of Cambridge (United Kingdom)

Joe P. McDermott has a broad interest in Chinese social, economic, and cultural history, mainly during the Song, Yuan, and Ming dynasties (1000-1700). This recent interest derives from his study of the exceptionally rich historical records of the Huizhou area of southern Anhui Province, the home of south China's richest merchants during the Ming and Qing dynasties.

Cambridge University; AMES

Prof. Dr. Lúcio de Sousa
Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (Japan)

Lúcio de Sousa is Associate Professor at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies. He was Research Associate - University of Evora (Portugal) - NICPRI – Centre of Research in Political Science and International Relations and FCT (Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia) Post-Doctoral Fellow.

Global History Network; Project

Prof. Dr. Antonio Ibarra
National Autonomous University of Mexico (Mexico)

Antonio Ibarra is Full Professor at the School of Economics, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). Ph.D. in History from El Colegio de México (México), MA in Economics from UNAM (México) and BA in Economics from the University of Guadalajara. PostDoctoral Fellow at the University of California-San Diego (2001-2002).

UNAM; Global History Network; Project

Prof. Dr. Félix-Fernando Muñoz
Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain)

Félix-Fernando Muñoz is Senior Lecturer at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, where he teaches Economic growth and Industrial Organization. He has been Visiting Scholar at CIDE and UNAM (Mexico) and NYU (USA). His research focuses on the theoretical foundations of economic theories, economic growth and development, economics and complexity, and evolutionary economics.

IBC Network