Lawrence P. King is Professor of Political Economy and Sociology in the Department of Sociology and a fellow of Emmanuel College at the University of Cambridge. He studies international and comparative political economy and has published extensively the transition from socialism to capitalism as well as the political economy of public health. He is a co-Editor of the Cambridge Journal of Economics and holds an Advanced Investigator Grant from the European Research Council. He previously was an Assistant and Associate Professor of Sociology at Yale University and holds a PhD from UCLA.

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