Welcome to my site! I work on the history of discriminations & wages, economic expertise & quantification. My main line of research is to describe how economics and economists qualify and separate inequalities into legitimate differences and unfair discriminations, how this distinction evolved since the end of the 19th century, and what are the consequences of this knowledge.
I am a Postdoctoral Research Associate at CRASSH (University of Cambridge), part of the Expertise under Pressure project, and a fellow of Fitzwilliam College. I am also a member of the REhPERE team and of the HISRECO committee. Since 2019, I am a co-convenor of The Politics of Economics seminar series at CRASSH.
Here is my CV in English (Nov. 2021) (CV en Francais – Feb. 2021) and my institutional webpage. I post my working papers & pre-prints on OSF (and sometimes on SSRN). You can also consult my ORCID page and my Google scholar profile.
I tweet @CleoCZ
You can contact me at cc2006[at]cam.ac.uk
[Sources — Avatar picture: Marine bull, furniture’s applique. Roman period. Volubilis, Maroc. Bronze, hollow casting. Musée archéologique de Rabat. Picture: CRASSH – Expertise under Pressure project]