Daniel Gallardo Albarrán

Assistant Professor in Economic History at Wageningen University & Research

Daniel Gallardo Albarrán is assistant professor in Economic History at the Economic and Environmental History Group (Wageningen University). His research considers the historical roots of global health inequality with a focus on the causes and consequences of public health policies. Currently, he is conducting a project on the determinants of clean water and sanitation since 1850 from a global perspective (funded by the Dutch Research Council), and the transition towards modern sanitary infrastructures in Africa up to 1950 (funded by the Swedish Research Council).