Farley Grubb

Economics

Phone: (302) 831-1905

Email: grubbf@udel.edu

Office: 405 Purnell Hall

Journalists: Andrea Boyle Tippett (UD Media Relations) can assist with interview requests for this expert. 302-831-1421, aboyle@udel.edu
  • Specializes in economic history, especially American and European (1600-1830) and Australia (1860-1905).
  • Currently testing the economic impact of the U.S. Constitution over monetary and trade issues. Also examining the history and performance of the Continental Dollar issued by Congress during the American Revolution.
  • Additional research focus is on labor economics including: indentured servitude, apprenticeship, free wage contracting, convict and slave labor in America (1620-1835).

Curriculum Vitae:
http://myprofile.cos.com/grubbf16

Titles:
Professor, Economics
Professor, History

In The News:
Mad Money (The American Prospect)

UDaily Article:
'Souls for Sale,' memoirs of early German immigrants

Keywords:
labor, constitution, economics, immigration, colonial, money, history, law, Europe, Australia, American history, treasury, slavery