Edward Kerby

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Stellenbosch University

Edward Kerby is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Stellenbosch University in the Department of Economics and at LEAP (Laboratory for the Economics of Africa’s Past).  He researches African Economic History, with a special interest in economic geography, development economics and business history. His PhD (LSE) focused on trade, investment and migration in apartheid South Africa. Current research projects include the rise and decline of manufacturing in Tanzania, colonial railways and disease burden in Malawi, and quantitative business history of the Cape Colony.

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