Martin Andersson

Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor

Research areas and keywords

UKÄ subject classification

  • Economic History

Research

My research interests are: Growth-inequality-poverty triangle; Agricultural transformation, food security and structural change; Prospects for and experiences of sustainable economic catching up in East and Southeast Asia, Latin America and Sub-Saharan Africa; Regional growth and inequality in Taiwan; Institutional and evolutionary perspectives on the growth process; Social capabilities and resilience to economic shrinking

Teaching

Economic change in developing countries

Development theory

Institutional analysis

1. Teaching/Course responsibility:

- Role (responsible for the course, lecturer, teaching assistant): 

- Course name: Institutions, Equity and Growth

- Course code: EKHM84

- Number of clock hours: 25 

 

- Role (responsible for the course, lecturer, teaching assistant):

- Course name: Development Theory

- Course code: UTVC23

- Number of clock hours: 20

 

- Role (responsible for the course, lecturer, teaching assistant):

- Course name: Development of Emerging Economies

- Course code: EKHM61

- Number of clock hours: 110

 

- Role (responsible for the course, lecturer, teaching assistant):

- Course name: Advanced Topic

- Course code: T43

- Number of clock hours: 10

 

- Role (co-responsible for the course, lecturer, teaching assistant):

- Course name: Advanced Topic

- Course code: T41

- Number of clock hours: 8

 

- Role (responsible for the course, lecturer, teaching assistant):

- Course name: Emerging Asia

- Course code:

- Number of clock hours: 24

 

- Role (responsible for the course, lecturer, teaching assistant):

- Course name: Från kolonialism till globalisering

- Course code: EKHA42

- Number of clock hours: 24

 

- Role (co-responsible for the course, lecturer, teaching assistant):

- Course name: Foundation in Economic History

- Course code: doctoral course

- Number of clock hours: 20

 

 

 

 

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2. Supervision of theses (including theses completed by Feb-19):

Undergraduate level (number of theses 2018): 0

 

Master level (number of theses 2018): 10 (6 in Economic History and 4 at LUMID)

 

3. Examiner of theses (including theses completed by Feb-19):

Undergraduate level (number of theses 2018): 0

 

Master level (number of theses 2018): 0

 

 

4. Briefly describe development work in education – renewal of curriculum and/or pedagogical development:

Developed a new course for the upcoming Bachelor Programme at the department, commencing Fall of 2019; developed

 

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6. Programme responsibility (name of programme)

Master Programme in Economic Growth, Population and Development: Development Track. Programme director for Development Track

 

7. Additional work in education (e.g. planning, implementation, and pedagogical leadership)

Styrgruppsledamot för BIDS (Bachelor In Development)

Styrgruppsledamot för Freds och Konfliktvetenskap

 

 

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9. Production of cases, publications on teaching and learning, teaching materials and textbooks

 

Recent research outputs

Schwoob, M-H., Timmer, P., Martin Andersson & Treyre, S., 2019 Jan, Agriculture & Food Systems to 2050: Global Trends, Challenges and Opportunities. Pingali, P. & Serraj, R. (eds.). Singapore: World Scientific, Vol. 2. p. 417-436 19 p. (World Scientific series in grand public policy challenges of the 21st century).

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

Jens Andersson & Martin Andersson, 2019, 42 p. (Lund Papers in Economic History. Development Economics; no. 2019:202).

Research output: Working paper

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