eabh Papers, The European Association for Banking and Financial History (EABH)

Collection's Items (Sorted by Title in Descending order): 1 to 17 of 17
Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2017 Market regulation and economic interdependence: Capital supply and aggregate demand in the twentieth centurySelva, Simone
2017 Ottoman stock returns during the Turco-Italian and Balkan Wars of 1910-1914Hanedar, Avni Önder; Hanedar, Elmas Yaldız
2016 The role of financial elites in banking supervision in Japan from 1927 to 1998Hotori, Eiji
2016 Common law and the origin of shareholder protectionAcheson, Graeme G.; Campbell, Gareth; Turner, John D.
2016 The Bank of England and the genesis of modern managementMurphy, Anne L.
2015 Orthodoxy versus heterodoxy: Inflation, unemployment, growth, profitManera, Carlos
2015 South-Eastern European monetary and economic statistics from the nineteenth century to WWIICostache, Brindusa; Dimitrova, Kalina; Lazaretou, Sophia M.
2015 Monetary policy in Argentina: From the inflation of the 1970s to the default of the new millenniumFerrandino, Vittoria; Sgro, Valentina
2014 Corporate ownership and control in Victorian BritainAcheson, Graeme G.; Campbell, Gareth; Turner, John D.; Vanteeva, Nadia
2014 Irish land bonds: 1891-1938Foley-Fisher, Nathan; McLaughlin, Eoin
2014 In the name of God: Managing risk in Islamic financeCattelan, Valentino
2014 Financial mobilisation in Germany 1914-1918Hardach, Gerd
2014 The Balkan and Baltic experience of financial services privatizationConsigilio, John
2014 Dealing with risk: Underwriting sovereign bond issues in London 1870-1914Mikkelsen, Anders L.
2014 Financial market regulation in Germany under the special focus of capital requirements of financial institutionsDetzer, Daniel
2014 The untold story of the Mexican debt crisis: Domestic banks and external debt, 1977-1989Alvarez, Sebastian
2014 Making the market: Trading debt at the Eighteenth-Century Bank of EnglandMurphy, Anne L.
Collection's Items (Sorted by Title in Descending order): 1 to 17 of 17
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