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Workplace:Department of Economics, University of Colorado, (more information at EDIRC)

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Working Papers

2012

  1. Share Portfolios and Risk Management in the Early Years of Financial Capitalism: London 1690-1730
    CEI Working Paper Series, Center for Economic Institutions, Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University Downloads View citations (1)
    Also in CEH Discussion Papers, Centre for Economic History, Research School of Economics, Australian National University (2012) Downloads View citations (1)

2011

  1. Amsterdam and London as financial centers in the eighteenth century
    LSE Research Online Documents on Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science, LSE Library Downloads View citations (3)
    See also Journal Article in Financial History Review (2011)

2010

  1. Property Rights, Standards of Living, and Economic Growth: Western Canadian Cree
    Working Papers, Queen's University, Department of Economics Downloads View citations (1)

2009

  1. Resources, Trade, and the Aboriginal Population: Lessons from the 1780s Smallpox Epidemic in the Hudson Bay Region
    Working Papers, Queen's University, Department of Economics Downloads

2008

  1. “A knavish people... so dextrous in bargaining that it is impossible for Christians to expect any advantage in their dealings with them”: London Jewry and the stockmarket during the South Sea Bubble
    Working Papers, School of Economics, University College Dublin Downloads

1991

  1. The Profitability of Early Canadian Railroads: Evidence from the Grand Trunk and Great Western Railway Companies Spring 1991
    Working Papers, Queen's University, Department of Economics Downloads

Journal Articles

2015

  1. Share portfolios in the early years of financial capitalism: London, 1690–1730
    Economic History Review, 2015, 68, (2), 574-599 Downloads

2012

  1. Smallpox and Native American mortality: The 1780s epidemic in the Hudson Bay region
    Explorations in Economic History, 2012, 49, (3), 277-290 Downloads View citations (2)

2011

  1. Amsterdam and London as financial centers in the eighteenth century
    Financial History Review, 2011, 18, (01), 21-46 Downloads View citations (10)
    See also Working Paper (2011)
  2. The Origins of English Financial Markets: Investment and Speculation before the South Sea Bubble. By Anne L. Murphy. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009. xiii + 283 pp. Illustrations, figures, tables, appendix, bibliography, notes, index. Cloth, $99.00. ISBN: 978-0-521-51994-6
    Business History Review, 2011, 85, (04), 815-817 Downloads

2010

  1. Reflection on reflections: review essay on reflections on the cliometric revolution: conversations with economic historians
    Cliometrica, Journal of Historical Economics and Econometric History, 2010, 4, (1), 97-111 Downloads View citations (6)
  2. “To Do Justice to Him and Myself”: Evert Wendell's Account Book of the Fur Trade with Indians in Albany, New York, 1695–1726. Translated and edited by Kees-Jan Waterman. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 2008. Pp. xv, 311. $50.00, paper
    The Journal of Economic History, 2010, 70, (02), 525-526 Downloads

2008

  1. 'A knavish people…': London Jewry and the stock market during the South Sea Bubble
    Business History, 2008, 50, (6), 728-748 Downloads View citations (5)

2006

  1. Financial acumen, women speculators, and the Royal African company during the South Sea bubble
    Accounting History Review, 2006, 16, (2), 219-243 Downloads View citations (3)
  2. The micro-foundations of the early London capital market: Bank of England shareholders during and after the South Sea Bubble, 1720-25 -super-1
    Economic History Review, 2006, 59, (3), 498-538 Downloads View citations (9)

2005

  1. Søren Mentz. The English Gentleman Merchant at Work: Madras and the City of London, 1660–1740. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press, 2005. 304 pp. ISBN 87-7289-909-3, $25.00 (paper)
    Enterprise & Society, 2005, 6, (04), 726-728 Downloads

2004

  1. Women investors in early capital markets, 1720 1725
    Financial History Review, 2004, 11, (02), 197-224 Downloads View citations (5)

2003

  1. Facing East from Indian Country: A Native History of Early America. By Daniel K. Richter. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2001. Pp. 303. $15.95, paper
    The Journal of Economic History, 2003, 63, (04), 1169-1170 Downloads
  2. The Rise of Commercial Empires: England and the Netherlands in the Age of Mercantilism, 1650 1770. By David Ormond. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003. Pp. ix, 388. $75.00
    The Journal of Economic History, 2003, 63, (04), 1154-1155 Downloads View citations (10)

2002

  1. Marketing in the Land of Hudson Bay: Indian Consumers and the Hudson's Bay Company, 1670–1770
    Enterprise & Society, 2002, 3, (02), 285-317 Downloads
  2. Royal African Company Share Prices during the South Sea Bubble
    Explorations in Economic History, 2002, 39, (1), 61-87 Downloads View citations (9)

2001

  1. TRADE, CONSUMPTION, AND THE NATIVE ECONOMY: LESSONS FROM YORK FACTORY, HUDSON BAY
    The Journal of Economic History, 2001, 61, (04), 1037-1064 Downloads View citations (2)

2000

  1. Book Reviews
    Business History, 2000, 42, (3), 169-170 Downloads

1999

  1. Book Reviews
    Business History, 1999, 41, (2), 145-146 Downloads
  2. Modern Europe Frontier Profit and Loss: The British Army and the Fur Traders, 1760–1764. By Walter S. Dunn Jr Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1998. Pp. ix, 196. $59.95
    The Journal of Economic History, 1999, 59, (02), 510-511 Downloads
  3. Property Rights, Competition and Depletion in the Eighteenth-Century Canadian Fur Trade: The Role of the European Market
    Canadian Journal of Economics, 1999, 32, (3), 705-728 Downloads View citations (5)

1998

  1. Book Reviews
    Business History, 1998, 40, (2), 138-139 Downloads
  2. Book Reviews
    Business History, 1998, 40, (4), 200-201 Downloads
  3. Learning and the Creation of Stock-Market Institutions: Evidence from the Royal African and Hudson's Bay Companies, 1670–1700
    The Journal of Economic History, 1998, 58, (02), 318-344 Downloads View citations (7)

1997

  1. Book Reviews
    Business History, 1997, 39, (4), 184-185 Downloads
  2. Homeland to Hinterland: The Changing Worlds of the Red River Metis in the Nineteenth Century. By Gerhard J. Ens. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1996. Pp. xiv, 268. $55.00, cloth; $18.95, paper
    The Journal of Economic History, 1997, 57, (03), 750-751 Downloads

1996

  1. The decline of the Royal African Company: fringe firms and the role of the charter
    Economic History Review, 1996, 49, (2), 291-313 Downloads View citations (8)
  2. Theory and history: seventeenth-century joint-stock chartered trading companies
    The Journal of Economic History, 1996, 56, (04), 916-924 Downloads View citations (3)

1995

  1. The Creative Financing of an Unprofitable Enterprise: The Grand Trunk Railway of Canada, 1853-1881
    Explorations in Economic History, 1995, 32, (3), 273-301 Downloads View citations (2)

1994

  1. Bonding and the Agency Problem: Evidence from the Royal African Company, 1672-1691
    Explorations in Economic History, 1994, 31, (3), 313-335 Downloads View citations (4)
  2. Tangled Webs of History: Indians and the Law in Canada's Pacific Coast Fisheries. By Dianne Newell. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1993. Pp. xiii, 306. $40.00 cloth; $18.95 paper
    The Journal of Economic History, 1994, 54, (04), 966-968 Downloads

1993

  1. Indians, the Beaver, and the Bay: The Economics of Depletion in the Lands of the Hudson's Bay Company, 1700–1763
    The Journal of Economic History, 1993, 53, (03), 465-494 Downloads View citations (7)
  2. Managing the Manager: An Application of the Principal Agent Model to the Hudson's Bay Company
    Oxford Economic Papers, 1993, 45, (2), 243-56 Downloads View citations (3)
  3. Otter Skins, Boston Ships, and China Goods: The Maritime Fur Trade of the Northwest Coast, 1785‐1841. By James R. Gibson. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1992. Pp. xi, 422. $45.00
    The Journal of Economic History, 1993, 53, (02), 427-428 Downloads

1992

  1. Principal-Agent Problems in Early Trading Companies: A Tale of Two Firms
    American Economic Review, 1992, 82, (2), 140-45 Downloads View citations (15)

1991

  1. The Canadian Fur Trade in the Industrial Age. By Arthur J. Ray · Buffalo, N.Y.: University of Toronto Press, 1990. xviii + 283 pp. Charts, maps, illustrations, appendix, notes, bibliography, and index. Cloth, $40.00; paper, $18.95
    Business History Review, 1991, 65, (01), 200-201 Downloads

1990

  1. Agency Problems in Early Chartered Companies: The Case of the Hudson’s Bay Company
    The Journal of Economic History, 1990, 50, (04), 853-875 Downloads View citations (7)

1988

  1. Emporium of the North: Fort Chipewyan and the Fur Trade in 1835. By James Parker. Regina: Alberta Culture and Multiculturalism/Canadian Plains Research Centre Publications, 1987. Pp. xv, 208. $15.00
    The Journal of Economic History, 1988, 48, (04), 985-986 Downloads
  2. Game Theory and the North American Fur Trade: A Reply
    The Journal of Economic History, 1988, 48, (03), 681-681 Downloads
  3. Land Use, Supply, and Welfare Distortions Induced by Inefficient Freight Rates
    Canadian Journal of Economics, 1988, 21, (4), 835-45 Downloads
  4. “Giants of an Earlier Capitalism”: The Chartered Trading Companies as Modern Multinationals
    Business History Review, 1988, 62, (03), 398-419 Downloads View citations (7)

1987

  1. Company of Adventurers: The Story of Hudson's Bay Company. Vol. 1. By Peter C. Newman. Viking: Penguin Books Canada Ltd., 1985. Pp. xxiii, 413. $25.00
    The Journal of Economic History, 1987, 47, (01), 289-290 Downloads
  2. Farming the Frontier: The Agricultural Opening of the Oregon Country, 1786–1846. By James R. Gibson. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1985. Pp. xii, 265. $25.00
    The Journal of Economic History, 1987, 47, (03), 829-830 Downloads

1986

  1. The North American Fur Trade: Bargaining to a Joint Profit Maximum under Incomplete Information, 1804–1821
    The Journal of Economic History, 1986, 46, (04), 967-986 Downloads
  2. The Subarctic Fur Trade: Native Social and Economic Adaptations. Edited by Shepard Krech III. (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1984. xix + 194 pp. $23.95.)
    Business History Review, 1986, 60, (01), 151-153 Downloads

1984

  1. Fur Trade and Exploration: Opening of the Far Northwest, 1821–1852. By Theodore J. Karamanski. (Norman, Okla.: University of Oklahoma Press, 1983. xxii + 330 pp. $22.95.)
    Business History Review, 1984, 58, (03), 432-433 Downloads
  2. Many Tender Ties: Women in Fur-Trade Society, 1670–1870. By Sylvia Van Kirk. (Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, 1983. 301 pp. $21.50.)
    Business History Review, 1984, 58, (02), 277-278 Downloads
  3. Steel rails versus iron rails: Evidence from Canada
    Explorations in Economic History, 1984, 21, (2), 169-175 Downloads

1983

  1. Partners in Furs. A History of the Fur Trade in Eastern James Bay 1600–1870. By Daniel Francis and Toby Moranz. Kingston and Montreal, McGill-Queen's University Press, 1983. Pp. xvi, 203. $25.00 cloth, $9.95 paper
    The Journal of Economic History, 1983, 43, (04), 1053-1054 Downloads

1982

  1. Fur Trade Letters of Francis Ermatinger, Written to his Brother Edward During His Service with the Hudson's Bay Company, 1818–1853. By Lois Halliday McDonald. Glendale, California, The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1980. Pp. 317. $29.00
    Business History Review, 1982, 56, (03), 464-465 Downloads
  2. Indian Traders on the Middle Border: The House of Ewing, 1827–54. By Robert A. Trennert Jr. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press, 1981. Pp. xiii, 271. $17.95 cloth
    The Journal of Economic History, 1982, 42, (03), 716-718 Downloads
  3. The Birth and death of predatory competition in the north American fur trade: 1810-1821
    Explorations in Economic History, 1982, 19, (2), 156-183 Downloads

1981

  1. The Causes and Origins of the North American Fur Trade Rivalry: 1804–1810
    The Journal of Economic History, 1981, 41, (04), 777-794 Downloads

Chapters

1992

  1. The Profitability of Early Canadian Railroads: Evidence from the Grand Trunk and Great Western Railway Companies
    A chapter in Strategic Factors in Nineteenth Century American Economic History: A Volume to Honor Robert W. Fogel, 1992, pp 401-426 Downloads
 
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