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The European Association for Banking and Financial History (eabh) e.V.

EABH Papers

eabh working papers series

The eabh Working Papers Series (eabh Papers), launched in 2014, gives scholars in banking, financial, business, and economic history and related fields the opportunity to distribute their research-in-progress. Making these findings available to a wider audience, even at an early stage, supports authors’ search for qualified feedback, makes their work visible to international audiences, and increases their research’s impact. These are important steps towards publication in a top-ranking scientific journal.

Issue & Author(s)Title

2017/02

Avni Önder Hanedar

Elmas Yaldız Hanedar

Ottoman stock returns during the Turco-Italian and Balkan Wars of 1910 -1914

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2017/01

Simone Selva

Market regulation and economic interdependence: Capital supply and aggregate demand in the twentieth century

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2016/03

Graeme G. Acheson

Gareth Campbell

John D. Turner

Common Law and the Origin of Shareholder Protection

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2016/02

Anne L. Murphy

The Bank of England and the Genesis of Modern Management

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2016/01

Eiji Hotori

The role of financial elites in banking supervision in Japan

from 1927 to 1998

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2015/03

Vittoria Ferrandino

Valentina Sgro

Monetary Policy in Argentina

From the Inflation of the 1970s to the default of the New Millennium

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2015/02

Brindusa Costache

Kalina Dimitrova

Sophia Lazaretou

South Eastern European Monetary Statistics

From 1800 - 1945

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2015/01

Carlos Manera

Orthodoxy versus Heterodoxy

Inflation, Unemployment, Growth, Profit

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2014/09

John Consiglio

The Balkan and Baltic Experience

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2014/08

Hardach, Gerd

Financial Mobilisation in Germany

1914-1918

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2014/07

Cattelan, Valentino

In the Name of God

Managing Risk in Islamic Finance

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2014/06

Mikkelsen, Anders L.

Dealing with Risk

Underwriting Sovereign Bond Issues in London 1870-1914

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2014/05

Murphy, Anne L.

Making the Market

Trading Debt at the Eigteenth-Century Bank of England

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2014/04

Detzer, Daniel

Financial Market Regulation in Germany

Special Focus on Capital Requirements of Financial Institutions

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2014/03

Alvarez, Sebastian

The Untold Story of the Mexican Debt Crisis

Domestic Banks and External Debt, 1977-1989

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2014/02

Acheson, Graeme G. Campbell

Gareth Turner

John D. Vanteeva, Nadia

Corporate Ownership and Control in Victorian Britain

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2014/01

Foley-Fisher, Nathan

McLaughlin, Eoin

Irish Land Bonds

1891-1938

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The benefits of publishing with eabh

 

  • Make your work available earlier to a wide audience of interested researchers
  • Get expert feedback on work in progress
  • Gain visibility online by being listed in relevant scholarly databases

 

 eabh offers

  • ‘Light-touch editing’: ensuring that good scholarly standards are met. Papers may be sent to outside experts for advice.
  • Language editing (papers must be submitted in English): ensuring that a good English language standard is met.
  • Copyediting in line with the RePEc standards.
  • Promotion through our international network and listing of papers in relevant on-line databases

It’s easy!

All you need is original work that is well developed, but not yet ready for submission to a professional journal. Your proposal should include:

  • A biographical CV (max. 50 words)
  • A copy of the manuscript saved as word- (or word-compatible) document, including footnotes, appendices, and bibliographical references. The cover page of the document should include the paper’s title, author(s) contact details (email address, phone, affiliation) and a short abstract (max. 200 words)
  • 3 keywords and 3 JEL codes, including at least one in category N (economic history). For more information please refer to The American Economic Association

Editors

Chris Colvin, Queen’s University Belfast: c.colvin@bankinghistory.de

Nathan Markus, National Research University – Higher School of Economics in St. Petersburg: n.marcus@bankinghistory.de