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1994 - 2020

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Volume 27, issue 3, 2020

Finance, financiers and financial centres: a special issue in honour of Youssef Cassis Introduction pp. 283-302 Downloads
Carlo Edoardo Altamura and Martin Daunton
Networks and financial war: the brothers Warburg in the first age of globalization pp. 303-318 Downloads
Harold James
Explaining Latin America's persistent defaults: an analysis of the debtor–creditor relations in London, 1822–1914 pp. 319-339 Downloads
Juan Flores Zendejas
Woe to the vanquished? State, ‘foreign’ banking and financial development in Southern Italy in the nineteenth century pp. 340-360 Downloads
Maria Stella Chiaruttini
From exceptional to normal: changes in the structure of US banking since 1920 pp. 361-375 Downloads
Richard Sylla
From gentlemanly capitalism to lobbying capitalism: the City and the EEC, 1972–1992 pp. 376-396 Downloads
Alexis Drach
Regulatory foundations of financialisation: May Day, Big Bang and international banking, 1975–1990 pp. 397-417 Downloads
Catherine R. Schenk
Before the ‘locomotive’ runs: the impact of the 1973–1974 oil shock on Japan and the international financial system pp. 418-435 Downloads
Kazuhiko Yago
IRI: financial intermediary or entrepreneurial state? pp. 436-448 Downloads
Franco Amatori

Volume 27, issue 2, 2020

Seven transformative crises from European revolution to corona: globalization and state capacity pp. 139-159 Downloads
Harold James
Was a sudden stop at the origin of German hyperinflation? pp. 161-186 Downloads
Elena Seghezza and Pierluigi Morelli
Keynes, inflation and the public debt: How to Pay for the War as a policy prescription for financial repression? pp. 187-209 Downloads
Sebastian Teupe
Supervisors against regulation? The Basel Committee and country risk before the International Debt Crisis (1976–1982) pp. 210-233 Downloads
Alexis Drach
The rise of financial accountability in British joint stock banks: 1825 to 1845 pp. 234-255 Downloads
Chantal S. Game, Lisa M. Cullen and Alistair M. Brown
Surge, retraction and prices: the performance of fiat coins in Sweden, c. 1715–1720 pp. 256-282 Downloads
Peter Ericsson and Patrik Winton

Volume 27, issue 1, 2020

Origins of too-big-to-fail policy in the United States pp. 1-15 Downloads
George C. Nurisso and Edward Simpson Prescott
The origins of the Asia dollar market 1968–1986: regulatory competition and complementarity in Singapore and Hong Kong pp. 17-44 Downloads
Catherine R. Schenk
Reparations revisited: the role of economic advisers in reforming German central banking and public finance pp. 45-72 Downloads
Robert Yee
The role of a creditor in the making of a debt crisis: the French government's financial support for Poland, between cold war interests and economic constraints, 1958-1981 pp. 73-94 Downloads
Emmanuel Mourlon-Druol
Tracking the growth of government securities investing in early modern England and Wales pp. 95-114 Downloads
Carole Shammas
Multi-currency regime and markets in early nineteenth-century Finland pp. 115-138 Downloads
Miikka Voutilainen, Riina Turunen and Jari Ojala

Volume 26, issue 3, 2019

The trade-offs between macroeconomics, political economy and international relations pp. 247-266 Downloads
Michael Bordo and Harold James
Law and finance in Britain c.1900 pp. 267-293 Downloads
Christopher Coyle, Aldo Musacchio and John D. Turner
Stock market co-movement, domestic economic policy and the macroeconomic trilemma: the case of the UK (1922–2016) pp. 295-320 Downloads
German Forero-Laverde
Catering and dividend policy: evidence from the Netherlands over the twentieth century pp. 321-358 Downloads
Abe de Jong, Philip Fliers and Henry van Beusichem
Peer-to-peer lending in pre-industrial France pp. 359-388 Downloads
Elise Dermineur
A re-examination of the empirical evidence concerning colonial Virginia's paper money, 1755-1774: a comment on Grubb pp. 389-399 Downloads
Ronald Michener
Colonial Virginia's paper money, 1755–1774: a reply to Michener pp. 401-408 Downloads
Farley Grubb

Volume 26, issue 2, 2019

Alternative finance: a historical perspective pp. 109-126 Downloads
David Chambers, Rasheed Saleuddin and Craig Mcmahon
International credit market integration in northwestern Europe in the 1670s pp. 127-145 Downloads
Ling-Fan Li
The ‘untimely’ demise of a successful institution: the Italian Monti di pietà in the nineteenth century pp. 147-170 Downloads
Mauro Carboni and Massimo Fornasari
Credit without banks: the Amsterdam water bailiff's ledger of 1856 pp. 171-195 Downloads
Daan Verwaaij and Christiaan van Bochove
‘We can't pay’: how Italy dealt with war debts after World War I pp. 197-222 Downloads
Marianna Astore and Michele Fratianni
‘Putting Mexico on its feet again’: the Kemmerer mission in Mexico, 1917–1931 pp. 223-246 Downloads
Gianandrea Nodari

Volume 26, issue 1, 2019

Institutional equity investing in Britain from 1900 to 2000 pp. 1-19 Downloads
Nigel Morecroft and Craig Turnbull
Testing the interest-parity condition with Irving Fisher's example of Indian rupee and sterling bonds in the London financial market, 1869–1906 pp. 21-42 Downloads
Nils Herger
Outside lending in the New York City call loan market: evidence from the Panic of 1907 pp. 43-62 Downloads
Jon Moen and Ellis Tallman
Credit, confidence and the circulation of Exchequer bills in the early financial revolution pp. 63-80 Downloads
Aaron Graham
Names, shares and mortgages: the formalisation of Swedish commercial bank lending, 1870–1938 pp. 81-108 Downloads
Oskar Broberg and Ögren, Anders

Volume 25, issue 3, 2018

Money and modernization in early modern England pp. 231-261 Downloads
Nuno Palma
Stock markets, banks and economic growth in the UK, 1850–1913 pp. 263-296 Downloads
Walter Jansson
The Austrian banking crisis of 1931: a reassessment pp. 297-321 Downloads
Flora Macher
Political connections and stock returns: evidence from the Boulangist campaign, 1888–1889 pp. 323-356 Downloads
Miguel à ngel Ortiz-Serrano
Information brokers and the making of the Baring crisis, 1857–1890 pp. 357-386 Downloads
Paula Vedoveli

Volume 25, issue 2, 2018

Colonial Virginia's paper money, 1755–1774: value decomposition and performance pp. 113-140 Downloads
Farley Grubb
US inflation and inflation uncertainty over 200 years pp. 141-159 Downloads
Don Bredin and Stilianos Fountas
The origins of Swiss wealth management? Genevan private banking, 1800–1840 pp. 161-182 Downloads
Stefano Ugolini
Stock exchange competition: the case of Geneva during the interwar period pp. 183-201 Downloads
Kim Oosterlinck and Hugues Pirotte
The Bank of France's balance sheets database, 1840–1998: an introduction to 158 years of central banking pp. 203-230 Downloads
Patrice Baubeau

Volume 25, issue 1, 2018

Introduction: maximising revenues, minimising political costs – challenges in the history of public finance of the early modern period pp. 1-18 Downloads
Marjolein 't Hart, Pepijn Brandon and Sánchez, Rafael Torres
‘The whole art of war is reduced to money’: remittances, short-term credit and financial intermediation in Anglo-Dutch military finance, 1688–1713 pp. 19-41 Downloads
Pepijn Brandon
‘The most difficult financial matter that has ever presented itself’: paper money and the financing of warfare under Louis XIV pp. 43-70 Downloads
Félix, Joël
Austerity in times of war: government finance in early nineteenth-century China pp. 71-96 Downloads
Elisabeth Kaske
The costs and benefits of mercantilist warfare pp. 97-112 Downloads
Patrick Karl O'Brien
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