Antonio Iodice

A research fellow at the University of Genoa and an honorary research fellow at the University of Exeter, Antonio Iodice’s research interests include early modern commerce and political economy, with a special focus on risk-management tools, maritime trade and individual business activities. He contributes to the international projects Risky Business: Insurance Pricing Database 14th-19th century, coordinated by Sabine Go; A Global History of Free Ports 1600-1900, coordinated by Koen Stapelbroek; and the erc project AveTransRisk, coordinated by Maria Fusaro. He has recently published “General Average in Genoa: between rules and customs,” in Sharing Risk. General average and European maritime business (vi-xviii centuries), edited by Andrea Addobbati, Maria Fusaro, Luisa Piccinno, London 2022 (pp. 1-28); with Luisa Piccinno, “Whatever the Cost. Grain trade and the Genoese dominating minority in Sicily and Tabarka (16th-18th centuries),” Business History, special issue: Minorities and Grain Trade in Early Modern Europe, 2021, pp. 1-20.

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