Dr Catherine Lefevre

  • Lecturer in Contemporary Economic History (Economic & Social History)

email: Catherine.Lefevre@glasgow.ac.uk
pronouns: She/her/hers

Economic and Social History, Room 618,, Gilbert Scott Building, University of Glasgow,, University Avenue, G12 8QQ

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ORCID iDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-1754-9070


Catherine Lefèvre is a historian who researches and writes about East–West relations during the Cold War, with a focus on the link between politics and finance, as well as the role of creditor countries in the development of financial crises.

Before taking on her current role as a Lecturer in Contemporary Economic History, she was a Max Weber fellow at the European University Institute (EUI). Prior to this, she worked as a Research Assistant at the Adam Smith Business School at the University of Glasgow on the EURECON project, and as an Associate Lecturer in Economic and Social History.

Research interests

  • International political and economic relations
  • UK political and economic policy
  • Business-Government relations
  • Banking and Finance
  • Financial crises


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Lefevre, C. (2024) From Détente to Debt: UK–Polish political and economic relations during the development of the Polish debt crisis (1970–1981). International History Review, (doi: 10.1080/07075332.2024.2304007) (Early Online Publication)

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  • International Economic Relations since 1931
  • European Political Integration 1945–92
  • Researching Economic and Social History 2


  • Regional Economic Integration and Organizations
  • Business in the Global Economy