Dr. Peter T. Cirenza London School of Economics Sardinia House Room 06 Sardinia Street



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Dr. Peter T. Cirenza

London School of Economics

Sardinia House Room 5.06

Sardinia Street

London WC2A 2AE

+44 (0)20 9755 6680

p.t.cirenza@lse.ac.uk
Research interests:

Migration, financial markets and institutions, business history


Education:

Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island

AB degree in History awarded in May 1985

Completed requirements for AB degree in Economics

Magna Cum Laude

Elected to Phi Beta Kappa in junior year
Columbia University Graduate School of Business, New York, New York

MBA degree in Finance awarded in August 1989


London School of Economics and Political Science, London, England

MSc degree in Economic History (Research) awarded in December 2006

With Merit
PhD in Economic History awarded in May 2011
Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education awarded in July 2011
Teaching Experience:

London School of Economics and Political Science (2009-present)

Graduate Teaching Assistant (2009-2011), Teaching Fellow (2011-2014), Course Tutor (2014-present)


Courses taught: EH101: The Internationalization of Economic Growth, EH240: Business and Economic Performance since 1945: Britain in International Context, EH390: Dissertation in Economic History, EH464: The Historical Context of Business, EH483: The Development and Integration of the World Economy in the 19th and 20th Centuries
Course proprietor for EH240 and EH483
Undergraduate Academic Officer (2013-present) – mentoring and advising for undergraduates in the Economic History Department
GTA mentor (2014-present)

Received Teaching Excellence Award in Economic History (2010)



ACP Mentoring Program (2010-present)

Have mentored three US Army veterans as part of a programme to assist veterans in their transition from the armed services to the civilian workforce



National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship (2004-2010)

Advisory Board member of organisation which promotes the teaching of business and entrepreneurial skills to British school children


Publications:

Geography and Assimilation: A case study of Irish immigrants in late nineteenth century America” in Migration and Integration: New Lessons from Diasporas and Difference, Christoph Reinprecht and Roland Hsu (eds), University of Vienna (forthcoming 2015)
Annual Review of Periodical Literature from 2014 – Post-1945 British History review, Economic History Review (forthcoming 2015)
Academic Conferences:

Social Science History Association Annual Conference, Long Beach, CA 12-15 November, 2009. “Assessing Potential Causes and Consequences of Ethnic Intermarriage for Irish Immigrants in Late 19th Century America”

Social Science History Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL

18-21 November, 2010. “The Impact of Geographic Clustering on the Assimilation of Irish Immigrants in Late 19th Century America”


Stanford University/University of Vienna Conference on Migration,

Palo Alto, CA 19-20 September, 2013. “Geography and Assimilation: A case study of Irish immigrants in Late 19th Century America”


Work Experience:

Goldman, Sachs and Co. (1985-2004)

New York (1985-1997), London (1997-2000; 2002-2004), Tokyo (2000-2002)

Hired as Financial Analyst, promoted to Associate, Vice President and Partner

Developed and co-led the firm’s principal finance/special situations investing activities in North America, Europe and Asia; invested capital on behalf of the firm and oversaw the management and disposition of investments in 15 countries; investments included real estate loans and equity, consumer loans, corporate loans and bonds, and private equity; additional experience in mergers and acquisitions, corporate and structured finance


Tikehau Capital Partners, Paris, France (2005-present)

Advisory Board Member for this international investment firm


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