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Edward (Ted) BeattyEdward (Ted) Beatty

Associate Professor of History
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Keough School of Global Affairs
(PhD, Stanford University, 1996)
203 Hesburgh Center

Geographic focus: Latin America (Mexico)

Thematic interests: Mexican economy; political basis of industrialization in Mexico; technology studies; comparative socioeconomic development.

Selected publications:

  • “Sabine MacCormack (1941–2012)” (with Karen Graubert), Hispanic American Historical Review 93, 1 (2013).

  • "Propiedad industrial, patentes e inversión en tecnología en España y México (1820-1914),” with Patricio Sáiz González, in Rafael Dobado, Aurora Gómez Galvarriato, and Graciela Márquez, eds., España y México: Historias Económicas Paralelas? (Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2007)

  • “Patents and Technological Change in Late Industrialization: Nineteenth Century Mexico in Comparative Perspective,” History of Technology 24 (2002)





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