Gregori Galofré-Vilà

Research Areas: Health and Well-Being.

Gregori Galofré-Vilà is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the History of Public Health and Welfare Systems working with Professor David Stuckler. His research interests broadly focus on public health and social protection systems during periods of economic crises. He has published in the history of health and welfare, including anthropometric history, and environmental determinants of health.

Gregori completed his PhD in Economic History at the University of Southampton (UK).

University of Oxford: PRS Sociology Seminar Hilary Term 2016.

University of Southampton: Introduction to Quantitative Methods (Autumn 2013) • Advanced Quantitative Methods (Autumn 2013) • Social Science Data: Sources and Measurement (Spring 2012) • Population and Society (Autumn 2012).

Public health and systems of social protection:

3.The health benefits of the New Deal programmes in the US (with David Stuckler).

2. Austerity measures and radical voters in interwar Germany (with Christopher M. Meissner, Martin McKee and David Stuckler).

1. The economic benefits of the London debt agreement of 1953 (with Christopher M. Meissner, Martin McKee and David Stuckler).

 

NBER working paper available at http://www.nber.org/papers/w22557.pdf

 

Anthropometric history:

3. Climate effects and stature since 1800 (with Bernard Harris, Andrew Hinde and Aravinda Guntupalli, under review)

2. Height across the last 2000 years in England (with Andrew Hinde and Aravinda Guntupalli, under review)

1. Height and climate in Mediterranean Spain, 1840-1950 (with José Miguel Martínez-Carrión, first-author paper, under review)