My research, listed below, spans three related areas:
(i) markets (or "capitalism") - their causes and effects, particularly from a long-run historical perspective
(ii) women and the economy
(iii) modern day economic woes (the causes of the slowdown in economic growth and inequality).
Bateman (forthcoming), Economics has a Sex Problem.
Bateman (forthcoming), “John Maynard Keynes” in Great Economics thinkers, ed. Jon Conlin
Bateman (forthcoming), “Milton Friedman” in Great Economics thinkers, ed. Jon Conlin
Bateman (2016), "Classical Liberalism: The Foundation for a New Economics?" (Critical Review)
Bateman (2016), "Cottonopolis: Manchester, the growth and growing pains of a modern city" (Legatum Institute)
Bateman (2016), "Women, Fertility and Economic Growth" (Economic History Society Conference Paper):
Bateman (2015), “Why economists need to talk about sex”, Inside Policy (June)
Bateman (2015), “The changing axis of economic power in the early modern period” in An Introduction to the History of Capitalism (Legatum)
Bateman (2013), “Price volatility and markets in late medieval and early modern Europe” in A History of Market Performance, ed. Van der Spek, Van Zanden and Van Leeuwen (Routledge)
Bateman (2013), “Lessons from history: how Europe did (and didn’t) grow rich”