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December 2017, Volume 24, Issue 03

  • 209-238 Keynes and the dollar in 1933: the gold-buying program and exchange rate gyrations
    by Edwards, Sebastian
  • 239-264 Financial crises at insurance companies: learning from the demise of the National Surety Company during the Great Depression
    by Rose, Jonathan D.
  • 265-282 Bank networks and suspensions in the 1893 panic: evidence from the state banks and their correspondents in Kansas
    by Dupont, Brandon
  • 283-306 Financial development and prehistoric geographical isolation: global evidence
    by Kodila-Tedika, Oasis & Asongu, Simplice A. & Cinyabuguma, Matthias & Tchamyou, Vanessa S.
  • 307-329 175 years of financial risks and returns in central banking: Danmarks Nationalbank, 1839–2014
    by Abildgren, Kim
  • 331-356 Historical reasons for the focus on broad monetary aggregates in post-World War II Britain and the ‘Seven Years War’ with the IMF
    by Goodhart, Charles A. E. & Needham, Duncan J.

August 2017, Volume 24, Issue 02

April 2017, Volume 24, Issue 01

  • 1-2 Introduction to the special issue on the financial and monetary history of South-East Europe
    by Burhop, Carsten & Jobst, Clemens
  • 3-21 A century of monetary reform in South-East Europe: from political autonomy to the gold standard, 1815–1910
    by Morys, Matthias
  • 23-52 The Hungarian risk: the premium on Hungarian state bonds, 1881–1914
    by Pammer, Michael
  • 53-81 Land ownership, tax farming and the social structure of local credit markets in the Ottoman Balkans, 1685–1855
    by Kokdas, Irfan
  • 83-102 Parish banking in informal credit markets: the business of private lending in early nineteenth-century Sweden
    by Lindgren, Håkan
  • 103-119 A subject of interest: usurers on trial in early nineteenth-century France
    by Vause, Erika

December 2016, Volume 23, Issue 03

August 2016, Volume 23, Issue 02

  • 133-163 Colonial New Jersey's provincial fiscal structure, 1704–1775: spending obligations, revenue sources, and tax burdens during peace and war
    by Grubb, Farley
  • 165-192 Stock volatility, return jumps and uncertainty shocks during the Great Depression
    by Mathy, Gabriel P.
  • 193-217 The timing of the popping: using the log-periodic power law model to predict the bursting of bubbles on financial markets
    by Gustavsson, Marcus & Levén, Daniel & Sjögren, Hans
  • 219-243 Insurance models and climate risk assessments in a historical context
    by Andersson, Lars Fredrik & H. Keskitalo, E. Carina
  • 245-271 The openness of the London Goldsmiths’ Company in the second half of the seventeenth century: an empirical study
    by Schwarzberg, Raphaelle
  • 273-274 Ali Kabiri, The Great Crash of 1929: A Reconciliation of Theory and Evidence, Palgrave Studies in the History of Finance (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, 256 pp. ISBN 9781137372888 hardcover and ebook)
    by Buelens, Frans
  • 275-276 Pedro Tedde, El Banco de España y el Estado liberal (1847–1874) (Madrid: Gadir Editorial and Banco de España, 2015, 750 pp. ISBN 9788494363276 hardcover)
    by Artola Blanco, Miguel

April 2016, Volume 23, Issue 01

  • 1-20 How to stabilize the banking system: lessons from the pre-1914 London money market
    by Sissoko, Carolyn
  • 21-46 The original Operation Twist: the War Finance Corporation's war bond purchases, 1918–1920
    by Butkiewicz, James L. & Solcan, Mihaela
  • 47-70 The British attempt to manage long-term interest rates in 1962–1964
    by Allen, William A.
  • 71-109 Capitalising on the Irish land question: land reform and state banking in Ireland, 1891–1938
    by Foley-Fisher, Nathan & McLaughlin, Eoin
  • 111-132 Savings banks and working-class saving during the Swedish industrialisation
    by Lilja, Kristina & Bäcklund, Dan

December 2015, Volume 22, Issue 03

August 2015, Volume 22, Issue 02

  • 133-156 From Basel to bailouts: forty years of international attempts to bolster bank safety
    by Kobrak, Christopher & Troege, Michael
  • 157-177 War, monetary reforms and the Belgian art market, 1945–1951
    by David, Géraldine & Oosterlinck, Kim
  • 179-203 ‘A new species of mony’: British Exchequer bills, 1701-1711
    by Kleer, Richard A.
  • 205-233 Put-call parity, the triple contract, and approaches to usury in medieval contracting
    by Wilson, Arthur J. & Kim, Geetae
  • 235-246 Competition and credit control: some personal reflections
    by Goodhart, Charles A. E.
  • 247-249 Peter Borscheid and Niels Viggo Haueter (eds.), World Insurance: The Evolution of a Global Risk Network (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012, 729 pp., £95)
    by Leonard, Adrian
  • 249-252 Alessandro Roselli, Money and Trade Wars in Interwar Europe (Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, pp. 280. ISBN: 978-1-137-32699-7. Hardcover and Ebook)
    by Clement, Piet
  • 252-254 South-Eastern European Monetary and Economic Statistics from the Nineteenth Century to World War II (Athens, Sofia, Bucharest and Vienna: Bank of Greece, Bulgarian National Bank, National Bank of Romania and Oesterreichische Nationalbank, 2014, 405 pp.)
    by Maes, Ivo
  • 255-257 Hans van Wees, Ships, Silver, Taxes and Tribute: A Fiscal History of Archaic Athens (London and New York: I. B. Tauris, 2014, x + 213 pp., £58, ISBN 978-1-78076-686-7)
    by Peacock, Mark

April 2015, Volume 22, Issue 01

  • 1-18 Identifying economic crises: insights from history
    by De Scheemaekere, Xavier & Oosterlinck, Kim & Szafarz, Ariane
  • 19-44 ‘Writes a fair hand and appears to be well qualified’: the recruitment of Bank of England clerks, 1800–1815
    by Murphy, Anne L.
  • 45-78 Capitalizing patriotism: the Liberty loans of World War I
    by Kang, Sung Won & Rockoff, Hugh
  • 79-105 The Mexican debt crisis redux: international interbank markets and financial crisis, 1977–1982
    by Alvarez, Sebastian
  • 107-132 Real estate transactions in ancient Israel: excavating embedded options utilizing modern finance
    by Prisman, Eliezer Z.

December 2014, Volume 21, Issue 03

August 2014, Volume 21, Issue 02

  • 111-137 Big Bang in the City of London: an intentional revolution or an accident?
    by Bellringer, Christopher & Michie, Ranald
  • 139-163 Was the Gibson Paradox for real? A Wicksellian study of the relationship between interest rates and prices
    by Chadha, Jagjit S. & Perlman, Morris
  • 165-190 The winding-up of the Ayr Bank, 1772–1827
    by Kosmetatos, Paul
  • 191-212 Mortgages for machinery: credit and industrial investment in pre-World War I Brazil
    by Cortes, Gustavo S. & Marcondes, Renato L. & Diaz, Maria Dolores M.
  • 213-215 Kazuhiko Yago, The Financial History of the Bank for International Settlements, Routledge Studies in the Modern World Economy (London: Routledge, 2013, 240 pp.; ISBN 978-0-415-63524-0)
    by Bonin, Hubert
  • 215-218 Peter Temin and Hans-Joachim Voth, Prometheus Shackled: Goldsmith Banks and England's Financial Revolution after 1700 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013, 224 pp., ISBN 978-0-19-994427-9, £25.99)
    by Graham, Aaron
  • 218-220 Hubert Bonin: French Banks and the Greek ‘Niche Market’ mid-1880s–1950s (Geneva: Librairie Droz, 2013)
    by Schonarl, Korinna
  • 220-223 Shizuya Nishimura, Toshio Suzuki and Ranald C. Michie, The Origins of International Banking in Asia: The Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012, 264 pp., ISBN 978-0-19-964632-6)
    by Schiltz, Michael

April 2014, Volume 21, Issue 01

  • 1-3 Philip Leonard Cottrell (1944–2013)
    by Cassis, Youssef
  • 5-24 Informal rural credit markets and interlinked transactions in the district of late Ottoman Haifa, 1890–1915
    by Ecchia, Stefania
  • 25-57 An anatomy of financial crises in Norway, 1830–2010
    by Grytten, Ola Honningdal & Hunnes, Arngrim
  • 59-76 The Bank of England, Montagu Norman and the internationalisation of Anglo-Irish monetary relations, 1922–1943
    by Drea, Eoin
  • 77-101 Variation in organizational form across lines of property insurance: Sweden, 1913–1939
    by Lilljegren, Josef & Andersson, Lars Fredrik
  • 103-106 Christopher Adolph, Bankers, Bureaucrats, and Central Bank Politics: The Myth of Neutrality (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013, 357 pp., $99.00, ISBN 978-1-107-03261-3)
    by Wendschlag, Mikael
  • 106-108 Emmanuel Mourlon-Druol, A Europe Made of Money: The Emergence of the European Monetary System (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2012, viii + 359 pp., ISBN 978-0-8014-5083-9)
    by Maes, Ivo
  • 108-110 Benn Steil, The Battle of Bretton Woods: John Maynard Keynes, Harry Dexter White, and the Making of a New World Order (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2013, 480 pp., $29.95/£19.95, ISBN 978-0691-14909-7)
    by Missiaia, Anna

December 2013, Volume 20, Issue 03

  • 237-257 Understanding rating addiction: US courts and the origins of rating agencies' regulatory license (1900–1940)
    by Flandreau, Marc & Sławatyniec, Joanna Kinga
  • 259-277 Learning by doing: the failure of the 1697 Malt Lottery Loan
    by Gallais-Hamonno, Georges & Rietsch, Christian
  • 279-303 Price manipulation at the NYSE and the 1899 battle for Brooklyn Rapid Transit shares
    by Kruse, Timothy A. & Todd, Steven K.
  • 305-333 Imperfect but true competition: innovation and profitability in Portuguese banking during the golden age (1950–1973)
    by Amaral, Luciano
  • 335-359 The seasonal demand for multiple monies in Manchuria: re-examining Zhang Zuolin's government's economic policy during the 1920s
    by Kaminishi, Miriam
  • 360-362 Alessandro Stanziani, Rules of Exchange: French Capitalism in Comparative Perspective, Eighteenth to Early Twentieth Centuries (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012, ix + 313 pp., £52.25, ISBN 978-1-107-00386-6)
    by Baubeau, Patrice

August 2013, Volume 20, Issue 02

  • 111-135 Financial intermediation and late development in Meiji Japan, 1868 to 1912
    by Tang, John
  • 137-162 Registration and credit in seventeenth-century England
    by Ito, Seiichiro
  • 163-182 Malmö diskont 1817: an institutional analysis of a banking crisis
    by Kärrlander, Tom
  • 183-208 Savings bank depositors in a crisis: Glasgow 1847 and 1857
    by Ross, Duncan
  • 209-229 ‘Unwept, unhonoured and unsung’: Britain's import surcharge, 1964–1966, and currency crisis management
    by Roberts, Richard
  • 231-233 Kenneth D. Garbade, Birth of a Market: The US Treasury Securities Market from the Great War to the Great Depression (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2012, xii + 393 pp., $50, ISBN 978-0-262-01637-7)Julia C. Ott, When Wall Street Met Main Street: The Quest for an Investors' Democracy (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2011, 313 pp., $35.00, ISBN 978-0-674-05065-5)
    by Noll, Franklin
  • 233-236 Harold James, Making the European Monetary Union: The Role of the Committee of Central Bank Governors and the Origins of the European Central Bank (Cambridge, MA, and London: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2012, 567 pp., ISBN 978-0-674-06683-0)
    by Maes, Ivo

April 2013, Volume 20, Issue 01

  • 1-27 Deriving the railway mania
    by Campbell, Gareth
  • 29-48 Competition among the exchanges before the SEC: was the NYSE a natural hegemon?
    by White, Eugene N.
  • 49-72 An experiment in banking the poor: the Irish Mont-de-Piété, c. 1830–1850
    by McLaughlin, Eoin
  • 73-89 The determinants of investment returns in the fire insurance industry: the case of Sweden, 1903–1939
    by Andersson, Lars Fredrik & Lindmark, Magnus & Adams, Mike & Upreti, Vineet
  • 91-102 Liquidity preference and interest-bearing money: the Ottoman Empire, 1840–1851
    by Burdekin, Richard C. K. & Keskinel, Meric
  • 103-106 Daniel Carey and Christopher J. Finlay (eds.), The Empire of Credit: The Financial Revolution in Britain, Ireland and America, 1688–1815 (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2011, 272 pp., £45.00)Carl Wennerlind, Casualties of Credit: The English Financial Revolution, 1620–1720 (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2011, 360 pp., $39.95/£29.95)
    by Graham, Aaron
  • 106-109 Martin Allen, Mints and Money in Medieval England (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2012, 576 pp., £120, ISBN 9781107014947)
    by Bholat, David

December 2012, Volume 19, Issue 03

  • 249-267 Gold sterilization and the recession of 1937–1938
    by Irwin, Douglas A.
  • 269-288 Those dishonest goldsmiths
    by Selgin, George
  • 289-309 Panics, payments disruptions and the Bank of England before 1826
    by James, John A.
  • 311-335 Long-run fiscal dominance in Argentina, 1875–1990
    by Gadea, María Dolores & Sabaté, Marcela & Sanz, Isabel
  • 337-361 Wars, inflation and stock market returns in France, 1870–1945
    by Le Bris, David
  • 362-362 Wars, inflation and stock market returns in France, 1870–1945 - ERRATUM
    by Le Bris, David
  • 363-365 Andersen, The Evolution of Nordic Finance (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011, 289 pp., £68)
    by Lobell, Håkan
  • 365-368 Goodhart, The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision: The History of the Early Years, 1974–1997 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011, 624 pp., £95, ISBN 9781107007239)
    by Maes, Ivo
  • 368-370 Fohlin, Mobilizing Money: How the World's Richest Nations Financed Industrial Growth (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012, 280 pp., £65, $99, ISBN 9780521810210)
    by Burhop, Carsten

August 2012, Volume 19, Issue 02

  • 123-147 The international propagation of the financial crisis of 2008 and a comparison with 1931
    by Allen, William A. & Moessner, Richhild
  • 149-174 Financial development and sectoral output growth in nineteenth-century Germany
    by Diekmann, Katharina & Westermann, Frank
  • 175-197 ‘The folly of particulars’: the political economy of the South Sea Bubble
    by Kleer, Richard
  • 199-217 The last major Irish bank failure before 2008
    by Gráda, Cormac Ó
  • 219-244 Interwar Romanian sovereign bonds: the impact of diplomacy, politics and the economy
    by Oosterlinck, Kim & Ureche-Rangau, Loredana
  • 245-247 Laure Quennouëlle-Corre and Youssef Cassis, Financial Centres and International Capital Flows in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011, 269 pp., £60)
    by Morys, Matthias

April 2012, Volume 19, Issue 01

  • 1-19 The vanishing banker
    by Flandreau, Marc
  • 21-48 Still tied by golden fetters: the global response to the US recession of 1937–1938
    by Urban, Scott & Straumann, Tobias
  • 49-74 From market to state: wealth transfers in the Portuguese nationalisations of the 1970s
    by Alpalhão, Rui
  • 75-116 Insurance, size and exposure to actuarial risk: empirical evidence from nineteenth- and early twentieth-century German Knappschaften
    by Jopp, Tobias Alexander
  • 117-119 James W. Cummings, Towards Modern Public Finance: The American War with Mexico, 1846–1848 (London: Pickering & Chatto, 2009, 226 pp., £60, $99)
    by Broder, Albert A.
  • 119-121 Forrest Capie, The Bank of England, 1950s to 1979 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010, 890 pp., £95, $150, ISBN 9780521192828)
    by Cobham, David

December 2011, Volume 18, Issue 03

  • 249-276 The joint production of confidence: lessons from nineteenth-century US commercial banks for twenty-first-century Euro area governments
    by Winkler, Adalbert
  • 277-308 Are blue chip stock market indices good proxies for all-shares market indices? The case of the Brussels Stock Exchange 1833–2005
    by Annaert, Jan & Buelens, Frans & Cuyvers, Ludo & De Ceuster, Marc & Deloof, Marc & De Schepper, Ann
  • 309-329 Shadow interest rates in Stockholm and the integration of early financial markets, 1660–1685: was Heckscher right?
    by Edvinsson, Rodney
  • 331-355 Global shocks, economic growth and financial crises: 120 years of New Zealand experience
    by Bordo, Michael & Hargreaves, David & Kida, Mizuho
  • 357-360 Douglas A. Irwin and Richard Sylla (eds.), Founding Choices: American Economic Policy in the 1790s, National Bureau of Economic Research Conference Report (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2011, 368 pp., hardback $110, paperback $35)
    by Neal, Larry
  • 360-362 John Singleton, Central Banking in the Twentieth Century (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011, 350 pp., hardback £60, $99)
    by Clement, Piet
  • 362-364 Tobias Straumann, Fixed Ideas of Money: Small States and Exchange Rate Regimes in Twentieth-Century Europe (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 414 pp., hardback £55, $90)
    by Accominotti, Olivier

August 2011, Volume 18, Issue 02

  • 135-154 The changing role of central banks
    by Goodhart, C. A. E.
  • 155-190 On the information content of ratings: an analysis of the origin of Moody's stock and bond ratings
    by Wilson, Berry K.
  • 191-215 Information asymmetries and conflict of interest during the Baring crisis, 1880–1890
    by Flores, Juan H.
  • 217-241 Dividend policy in Norwegian banking before 1914
    by Øksendal, Lars Fredrik
  • 243-245 Helen J. Paul, The South Sea Bubble: An Economic History of its Origins and Consequences (New York: Routledge, 2011, 176 pp., £90.00)
    by Graham, Aaron
  • 245-247 Barry Eichengreen, Exorbitant Privilege: The Rise and Fall of the Dollar (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011, 215 pp., £14.99)
    by Tuncer, Ali Coskun

April 2011, Volume 18, Issue 01

  • 1-20 Banking crises and the international monetary system in the Great Depression and now
    by Moessner, Richhild & Allen, William A.
  • 21-46 Amsterdam and London as financial centers in the eighteenth century
    by Carlos, Ann M. & Neal, Larry
  • 47-69 The long-run determinants of British capital exports, 1870–1913
    by Rota, Mauro & Schettino, Francesco
  • 71-90 Bills, notes and money in early New South Wales, 1788–1822
    by Decker, Frank
  • 91-117 The absence of public exchange banks in medieval and early modern Flanders and Brabant (1400–1800): a historical anomaly to be explained
    by Aerts, Erik
  • 119-122 Alain Plessis (1932–2010)
    by Bonin, Hubert & Lescure, Michel
  • 123-126 Allan H. Meltzer, A History of the Federal Reserve, volume 1: 1913–1951 (University of Chicago Press, 2003, 808 pp., cloth: $86); volume 2, book 1: 1951–1969 (2009, 682 pp., cloth: $75); volume 2, book 2: 1970–1986 (2009, 629 pp., cloth: $75)
    by Monnet, Eric
  • 126-127 Catherine Schenk, The Decline of Sterling: Managing the Retreat of an International Currency, 1945–1992 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010, 437 pp., £60, $99)
    by Maes, Ivo
  • 128-130 Ivo Maes, A Century of Macroeconomic and Monetary Thought at the National Bank of Belgium (Brussels: National Bank of Belgium, 2010, 154 pp.)
    by Martin-Aceña, Pablo
  • 130-132 Anne L. Murphy, The Origins of English Financial Markets: Investment and Speculation before the South Sea Bubble (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009, 258 pp., cloth, £55.00)
    by Graham, Aaron
  • 132-134 Herman Van der Wee and Monique Verbreyt, A Small Nation in the Turmoil of the Second World War (Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2009, 494 pp., EUR 63.99)
    by Clement, Piet

October 2010, Volume 17, Issue 02

  • 127-140 The Great Depression analogy
    by Bordo, Michael & James, Harold
  • 141-183 A challenge to triumphant optimists? A blue chips index for the Paris stock exchange, 1854–2007
    by Le Bris, David & Hautcœur, Pierre-Cyrille
  • 185-209 The case of the undying debt
    by Velde, François R.
  • 211-237 French Stock exchanges and regulation during World War II
    by Oosterlinck, Kim
  • 239-262 The role of private bankers in the US payments system, 1835-1865
    by Knodell, Jane
  • 263-265 Philip L. Cottrell, Iain L. Fraser and Monika Pohle Fraser (eds.), East Meets West – Banking, Commerce and Investment in the Ottoman Empire (London: Ashgate, 2008, 214 pp., £55)
    by Terzibaşoğlu, Yücel
  • 265-267 Jeffrey M. Chwieroth, Capital Ideas: The IMF and the Rise of Financial Liberalization (Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2009, 352 pp., cloth: $75/£52, paper: $29.95/£20.95)
    by Wood, Geoffrey
  • 267-268 Karl Gratzer and Dieter Stiefel (eds.), History of Insolvency and Bankruptcy from an International Perspective (Huddinge: Söderstörns högskola, 2008, 332 pp.)
    by Hautcoeur, Pierre-Cyrille
  • 268-271 Michael W. Klein and Jay C. Shambaugh, Exchange Rate Regimes in the Modern Era (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2010, 264 pp., $40.00/£29.95)
    by Urban, Scott
  • 273-280 Research on financial and monetary history based on the records of the Bank of Japan Archives: a note
    by Ohnuki, Mari & Murakami, Daisuke & Takashima, Masanori

April 2010, Volume 17, Issue 01

  • 1-2 Editorial announcement
    by Battilossi, Stefano
  • 3-12 Banking crises yesterday and today
    by Calomiris, Charles W.
  • 13-50 Endowments, fiscal federalism and the cost of capital for states: evidence from Brazil, 1891–1930
    by Martinez Fritscher, André C. & Musacchio, Aldo
  • 51-71 Going public in interwar Britain
    by Chambers, David
  • 73-98 Financial market liquidity, returns and market growth: evidence from Bolsa and Börse, 1902–1925
    by Moore, Lyndon
  • 99-117 All fired up: the growth of fire insurance in Sweden, 1830–1950
    by Lindmark, Magnus & Andersson, Lars Fredrik
  • 119-121 John H. Wood, A History of Central Banking in Great Britain and the United States (Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009, 458 pp., paperback £18.99/$34.99)
    by Clement, Piet
  • 121-123 Gerald D. Feldman and Peter Hertner (eds.), Finance and Modernization: A Transnational and Transcontinental Perspective of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (London: Ashgate, 2008, 300 pp., £65)
    by Flores, Juan
  • 123-124 Catherine Schenk (ed.), Hong Kong SAR's Monetary and Exchange Rate Challenges: Historical Perspectives (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008, 216 pp., £60)
    by Ghosh, Atish R.
  • 124-126 Ranald C. Michie, Guilty Money: The City of London in Victorian and Edwardian Culture, 1815–1914 (London: Pickering and Chatto, 2009, 288 pp., £60/$99)
    by Lutfalla, Michel

October 2009, Volume 16, Issue 02

  • 111-127 ‘The last acre and sixpence’: views on bank liability regimes in nineteenth-century Britain
    by Turner, John D.
  • 129-156 The evolution of the Hong Kong currency board during global exchange rate instability, 1967–1973
    by Schenk, Catherine R.
  • 157-181 Learning from one another's mistakes: investment trusts in the UK and the US, 1868–1940
    by Rutterford, Janette
  • 183-201 French exchange rate management in the 1920s
    by Blancheton, Bertrand & Maveyraud, Samuel
  • 203-247 Publications on financial history 2007
    by Noiret, Serge
  • 249-251 Alan D. Morrison and William J. Wilhelm Jr, Investment Banking. Institutions, Politics, and Law (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007, 347 pp. £14.99 paperback)
    by Piluso, Giandomenico
  • 251-252 William J. Hausman, Peter Hertner and Mira Wilkins, Global Electrification: Multinational Enterprise and International Finance in the History of Light and Power, 1878–2007 (Cambridge University Press, New York, 2008, xxiv + 487 pp. US$80)
    by Hannah, Leslie
  • 252-255 Cécile Omnès, La gestion du personnel au Crédit lyonnais de 1863 à 1939. Une fonction en devenir (genèse, maturation et rationalisation) (Brussels: P. I. E. Peter Lang, 2007, 451 pp. €56.60)
    by Saul, Samir
  • 255-257 Claudio Borio, Gianni Toniolo and Piet Clement (eds.), Past and Future of Central Bank Cooperation (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008, xi + 245 pp. £45; also available in eBook format)
    by Maes, Ivo
  • 257-259 Robert L. Hetzel, The Monetary Policy of the Federal Reserve: A History (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008, xvi + 390 pp. £35; also available in eBook format)
    by Maes, Ivo

April 2009, Volume 16, Issue 01

  • 5-25 Central bankers as good neighbours: US money doctors in Latin America during the 1940s
    by Helleiner, Eric
  • 27-45 Weavers of profit: terminating building societies in Lancashire, 1780–1840
    by Hart, Rosine
  • 47-71 Financial revolution and economic modernisation in Sweden
    by Ögren, Anders
  • 73-94 Textile trade and trade credit in Spain, 1840–1913
    by Prat, Marc
  • 95-96 Philip L. Cottrell, Evan Lange and Ulf Olsson (eds.), Centres and Peripheries in Banking: the Historical Development of Financial Markets (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007, xiv + 326pp. 27 figs. 33 tabs. £60)
    by Ugolini, Stefano
  • 96-98 Georges Galllais-Hamonno and Pierre-Cyrille Hautcoeur (eds.), Le marché financier français au XIXe siècle (Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne, 2007, volume 1 (526 pp.), volume 2 (640 pp.), € 40 each)
    by Bonin, Hubert
  • 98-100 Carlos Marichal, Bankruptcy of Empire: Mexican Silver and the Wars between Spain, Britain and France, 1760–1810 (Cambridge University Press, 2007, xiv + 318 pp. $85)
    by Broder, Albert
  • 100-103 Bruno Théret (ed.), La monnaie dévoilée pas ses crises, volume 1: Crises monétaires d'hier et d'aujourd'hui; volume 2: Crises monétaires en Allemagne et en Russie au XXe siècle (Paris: Editions de l'Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales, 2007, 512 and 296 pp. €29 and €23)
    by Wolters, Willem

October 2008, Volume 15, Issue 02

  • 107-121 America's first monetary policy: inflation and seigniorage during the Revolutionary War
    by Baack, Ben
  • 123-151 The secondary market for bank shares in nineteenth-century Britain
    by Acheson, Graeme G. & Turner, John D.
  • 153-173 Central banking in nineteenth-century Belgium: was the NBB a lender of last resort?
    by Buyst, Erik & Maes, Ivo
  • 175-201 Free banking and bank entry in nineteenth-century New York
    by Bodenhorn, Howard
  • 203-261 Publications on financial history 2006
    by Noiret, Serge
  • 263-264 Edward Miller, Bankrupting the Enemy: the US Financial Siege of Japan Before Pearl Harbor (Annapolis, MD: United States Naval Institute, 2007, $32)
    by Schiltz, Michael
  • 264-267 Philip Cottrell, Gérassimos Notaras and Gabriel Tortella (eds.), From the Athenian Tetradrachm to the Euro: Studies in European Monetary Integration (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007, pp. 218, $99.50 or £55)
    by Broder, Albert
  • 267-269 Edwin Green, John Lampe and Franjo Štiblar (eds.), Crisis and Renewal in Twentieth Century Banking: Exploring the History and Archives of Banking at Times of Political and Social Stress (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2004, pp. 285, $130 or £65)
    by Broder, Albert
  • 269-271 Catherine Vuillermot (ed.), La monnaie, personnage historique (Revue européenne des sciences sociales, Cahiers Vilfredo Pareto, vol. xlv, no. 137, Geneva: Droz, 2007)
    by Yago, Kazuhiko
  • 271-273 Hubert Bonin, Histoire de la Société générale, volume i: 1864–1890: Naissance d'une banque (Geneva: Droz, 2006, pp. 723, €63.31)
    by Brambilla, Carlo

April 2008, Volume 15, Issue 01

  • 7-15 What is the complementarity among monies? An introductory note
    by Kuroda, Akinobu
  • 17-36 Concurrent but non-integrable currency circuits: complementary relationships among monies in modern China and other regions
    by Kuroda, Akinobu
  • 37-53 Heavy and light money in the Netherlands Indies and the Dutch Republic: dilemmas of monetary management with unit of account systems
    by Wolters, Willem G.
  • 55-72 The dual currency system of Renaissance Europe
    by Fantacci, Luca
  • 73-91 Multiple paper monies in Sweden 1789–1903: substitution or complementarity?
    by Engdahl, Torbjörn & Ögren, Anders
  • 93-94 Youssef Cassis, Capitals of Capital: a History of International Financial Centres, 1780–2005 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006, xiv + 385 pp. £25)
    by Hannah, Leslie
  • 94-96 Aurel Schubert, The Credit-Anstalt Crisis of 1931, 2nd edition, paperback (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006, xiv + 205 pp. £19.99 US$ 33.99)
    by Jobst, Clemens
  • 96-98 Harold James, Family Capitalism: Wendels, Haniels, Falcks and the Continental European Model (Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press, 2006, xii–434 pp. $ 39.95)
    by Colli, Andrea
  • 98-100 Francesca Carnevali, Europe's Advantage: Banks and Small Firms in Britain, France, Germany, and Italy since 1918 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005, 240 pp. £59)
    by Lastecoueres, Christophe

October 2007, Volume 14, Issue 02

  • 125-148 The impact of the Scandinavian Monetary Union on financial market integration
    by Øksendal, Lars Fredrik
  • 149-175 Financial transition in pre-World War II Japan and Southeast Asia
    by Huff, Gregg
  • 177-205 Banking on change: information systems and technologies in UK high street banking, 1919–1969
    by Bátiz-Lazo, Bernardo & Wardley, Peter
  • 207-228 Designing a national currency: antebellum payment networks and the structure of the national banking system
    by Redenius, Scott A.
  • 229-285 Publications on financial history 2005
    by Noiret, Serge
  • 287-289 Christophe Lastecouères, Les feux de la banque: oligarchie et pouvoir financier dans le Sud-Ouest (1848–1941) (Paris: CTHS, 2006, €35)
    by Baubeau, Patrice
  • 289-290 Paolo Mauro, Nathan Sussman and Yishay Yafeh, Emerging Markets and Financial Globalization: Sovereign Bond Spreads in 1870–1913 and Today (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006, 200 pp. £40)
    by Waldenström, Daniel

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