Martin Lutz is the chair of Parallel Session IVa on Wednesday, 9 June 2021. For more information, please click here.
Martin Lutz joined Humboldt University's Department of History in October 2012, where he is a post-doctoral researcher and lecturer of social and economic history. His research interests include the influence of religion in modern economic history, the history of globalization, business history and neo-institutional theory.
Martin's current research project looks at religion and ethnicity's influence economic activity. In analyzing the history of Mennonite, Amish and Hutterite communities, he tackles the question of how these Anabaptist groups of German decent adjusted to the modern market economy in the United States and Canada in the 19th and 20th centuries.
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