Daniel Gallardo Albarrán

Assistant Professor in Rural and Environmental History, Wageningen University; CEPR Research Affiliate

Daniel Gallardo Albarrán is Assistant Professor in Rural and Environmental History at Wageningen University and a Research Affiliate of CEPR. His research focuses on the historical roots of global health inequality and their implications for global welfare disparities. He is currently conducting a project on the determinants of clean water and sanitation since 1850 from a global perspective, funded by the Dutch Research Council. He is also the founder of Long-Run Health Matters, a research portal on the origins of global health inequality. His work has been published in numerous economic history and economics journals.

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