Frits Heinrich

Frits Heinrich is a PhD student in Roman economic archaeology and agricultural economics at the Groningen Institute for Archaeology at Groningen University. His research interests tie together economic history, archaeology, and agricultural economics to focus on identifying and interpreting the changes that occurred in the Roman agricultural economy under the pressures of a strong population increase and the emergence of ‘Empire.’ He holds an MSc in archaeological science from the University of Oxford, and an MA in art history and archaeology and BA in archaeology from Groningen University. Frits was a Mercatus Center Adam Smith Fellow during the 2016-2017 academic year.