Emelie Rohne Till

Doctoral Student

Research areas and keywords

UKÄ subject classification

  • Economic History

Research

My main research areas concerns development economics, approached from an economic history perspective. Within this I focus on the role of structural transformation and the agricultural sector in development and in the macro-economy, in Sub-Saharan Africa. Specifically I study the role that the agricultural sector has played in Ethiopia's rapid economic growth in the last two decades, during the country's implementation of an Agricultural Development Led Industrialization (ADLI)-strategy since 1993. 

 

Teaching

I teach on the following courses:

Bachelor's level:

EKHE42 Economic History: Emerging Asia - Economic Transformation in East and South East Asia

EKHA41 Economic History: U-länderna och den globala obalansen - framsteg och fattigdom (Under-developed Countries and the Global Imbalance?)

UTVC21 Development Studies: Development in a Historical Perspective - Economic, Social and Political Transformation

UTVC13 Development Studies: Development theories

Master's level:

EKHM70 Economic History: China and the Asia Pacific Economy

EKHM84 Economic History: Institutions, Economic Growth and Equity

Recent research outputs

Martin Andersson & Emelie Rohne Till, 2018 Mar 7, Agricultural Development in the World Periphery: A Global Economic History Approach. Pinilla, V. & Willebald, H. (eds.). 1 ed. Palgrave Macmillan, Vol. 1. 2. (Palgrave Studies in Economic History; vol. 1).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook chapter

Emelie Rohne Till & Martin Andersson, 2017 Aug, Lund: Department of Economic History, Lund University, 28 p. (Lund Papers in Economic History: Development Economics; no. 163).

Research output: Working paper

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