Lecturer in International Economic History, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Pedro Ramos Pinto is Lecturer in International Economic History at the Faculty of History, University of Cambridge. His research currently focuses on authoritarian welfare regimes in southern Europe and Latin America. He is also interested in the development of how the past affects and influences current inequalities, and has received funding from the AHRC to direct a research network on Inequality and History, and is running a joint research project with Dr Poornima Paidpaty on the history of the measurement of inequality, which has received funding from the Philomathia Trust.
Pedro holds a PhD and MPhil from the University of Cambridge, and was previously a Lecturer in International History at the University of Manchester. His research has been published in multiple academic journals including European Review of History, and Contemporary European History. His book "Lisbon Rising: Urban Social Movements in the Portuguese Revolution, 1974-1975" was published by Manchester University Press in 2013.