Network participants

Julia Abramson, Modern Languages, Literatures and Linguistics, University of Oklahoma
Research interests: France, America, policy, culture, gender, identity, power, ideology
Murray Andrews, Institute of Archaeology, University College London
Research interests: medieval numismatics, archaeology of money, coin hoards, hoarding
Daniel Bellingradt, Buchwissenschaft, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
Research interests: bankruptcy; financing networks; credit systems of early modern Europe
Bonnie Buchanan, Finance, Seattle University
Research interests: securitization, securities, bubbles, fraud, exchanges, technology, capital markets
Zoe Bulaitis, English, University of Exeter
Research interests: Neoliberalism, crash lit, representations of capitalism in contemporary fiction
Angus Cameron, College of Social Sciences, Arts, and Humanities, University of Leicester
Research interests: boundaries, transport, materiality, mercury, metallurgy, networks, Fugger, mining
Gareth Campbell, Management School, Queen’s University Belfast
Research interests: governance, ownership, bubbles
Zhiwu Chen, Asia Global Institute/Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Hong Kong
Research interests: finance theory, sociology of finance, economic history, emerging markets, and China’s economy and capital markets
D’Maris Coffman, Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, University College London
Research interests: Fiscal history, historical infrastructure finance, built environment, historical commodities markets, financial capitalism, historical rents, historical property prices
Chris Colvin, Management School, Queen’s University Belfast
Research interests: corporate governance, financial crises, cooperative banking, limited liability
Tom Cutterham, History, University of Birmingham
Research interests: Age of Revolutions, Atlantic World, United States, Public Credit, Democracy, Law
Abe De Jong, Finance, Monash University and Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
Research interests: corporate finance, corporate governance, business history
Website: OR
Marc Deloof, Accountancy and Finance, University of Antwerp
Research interests: Corporate finance, entrepreneurial finance, business groups, stock exchanges
William Deringer, Science, Technology, and Society, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Research interests: Financial thinking, epistemology, calculation, valuation
Christine Desan, Law, Harvard Law School
Research interests: money, capitalism, constitutional law, economic development, history of public debt, international law, legal history
Emily Erikson, Sociology, Yale University
Research interests: Social Networks, Institutional Development, Comparative Historical, Sociology of Knowledge, Innovation
Alberto Feenstra, History, University of Amsterdam
Research interests: early modern history, public debt markets, colonial history
Johannes W. Flume, Law, University of Tuebingen
Research interests: forward, futures, contracts, exchanges, network design, architecture of trading facilities
Laurence Fontaine, CMH- EHESS-ENS-CNRS, PSL (Paris-Sciences et Lettres)
Research interests: poverty, market, credit, trust
German Forero-Laverde, Economic History / School of Finance, Government and International Relations, Universitat de Barcelona / Universidad Externado de Colombia
Research interests: Triilemma regimes, stock markets, credit crunches, colonial credit, banks of issue, centrel banking, monetary economics
Website: @germanforerol twitter
Rik Frehen, Finance, Tilburg University
Research interests: bubbles, insider trading
Amy Froide, History, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)
Research interests: gender, 18th century, Britain, stock market, fraud, entrepreneurship
Oscar Gelderblom, History, Utrecht University
Research interests: trade, households, business, Dutch Republic, financial education, entrepreneurship, VOC
Malick Ghachem, History, MIT
Research interests: slavery, monopoly, money, revolt/revolution
Aaron Graham, History, University College London
Research interests: politics, state formation, empire, corruption, banking, regulation
Matthew Hollow, Management School, University of York
Research interests: financial crime; entrepreneurship; fraud; financial crises; bank management
David-Jan Jansen, Financial Stability, De Nederlandsche Bank
Research interests: financial crises, monetary policy, central banking, communication
Tim Johnson, Actuarial Mathematics & Statistics, Heriot-Watt University
Research interests: mathematics, philosophy of science, language,
Joost Jonker, History, University of Amsterdam and IISH
Research interests: financial markets
Enrique Jorge Sotelo, Economic History, London School of Economics
Research interests: central banking, lender of last resort, financial crises, money markets, implementation of monetary policy
Graciela Kaminsky, Economics, George Washington University
Research interests: international borrowing cycles, sovereign debt crises, currency crises
Makoto Kasuya, Economics, University of Tokyo
Research interests: enterprise, merchants, manufacturing, real estate
Wilfried Kisling, History, University of Oxford
Research interests: trade finance, sovereign debt crisis, German banking history
Richard Kleer, Economics, University of Regina
Research interests: money, banking, public finance, credit, financial crises
Catherine Labio, Literature, University of Colorado Boulder
Research interests: finance and culture; bubbles in literature & art; 1720; John Law; the cultural dimensions of the Mississippi Bubble; Het groote tafereel der dwaasheid (The Great Mirror of Folly)
Inger Leemans, History, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Research interests: cultural economics; stock market; behavioural finance; affective economies; financial built heritage
Simon Lelieveldt, Economy, history, banking and payments, Financieel Erfgoed
Research interests: innovation, payments, finance, giro, cheque, e-money
Adrian Leonard, Centre for Financial History, Cambridge University
Research intersts: Insurance, marine insurance, financial revolution, Atlantic World finance
Florence Magnot-Ogilvy, Literature, Université de Rennes 2
Research interests: financial bubbles in literature & art; gender and finance
Claudio Marsilio, GHES – CSC – ISEG, University of Lisbon
Research interests: financial institutions; early modern exchange fairs; investment behavior; speculation; central banks; financial information & press; professional skills; financial built heritage
Anne L. Murphy, History, University of Hertfordshire
Research interests: financial institutions; investment behaviour; Bank of England; financial information; financial built heritage
Antoin Murphy, Economics, Trinity College Dublin
Research interests: John Law and the Mississippi system
Larry Neal, Economics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Research interests: coordination of components of financial systems
Tinashe Nyamunda, International Studies Group, University of the Free State
Research interests: monetary history, development, policy, banking, debt, investment
Arnaud Orain, Economics, European Studies Institute
Research interests: cultural history of economics, John Law’s system
Andrea Papadia, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute
Research interests: sovereign debt, capital flows, fiscal policy, development
Helen Paul, Economics, University of Southampton
Research interests: South Sea, women, ephemera, slavery, 1720, financial advice
Maurizio Pegrari, Economics, University of Verona
Research interests: John Law and Mississippi Bubble
José Luis Peña-Mir, Department of Economic History, Institutions, Policy and World Economy, University of Barcelona
Research interests: Institutions, Notarial Credit Markets, Property Rights, Early Modern Exchange, Economic Analysis of Law
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Luciano Pezzolo, Humanities, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia
Research interests: public debt, war, interest rates, medieval and early modern Europe
Jeroen Puttevils, Centre for Urban History, University of Antwerp
Research interests: lotteries, urban history, gambling, games, state finance, state formation, merchant correspondence, future expectations
Alba Roldan Marin, Economic History, Institutions, Policy and World Economics, University of Barcelona
Research interests: Gold Standard, optimal currency areas, exchange rate, monetary policy, macroeconometrics
K. Geert Rouwenhorst, School of Management, Yale University
Research interests: financial markets, financial crises, speculation, trade, securitization
Guy Rowlands, History, University of St Andrews
Research interests: state expenditure, state credit, bankers, military paymasters, France
Natalie Roxburgh, English Studies, University of Siegen
Research interests: public credit, financial revolution, literary marketplace, finance and fiction, economics and aesthetics, gender, class and status, political economy
Jacopo Sartori, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge, Gonville and Caius College
Research interests: Banking History, Early Modern, Central Banking
Michael Schiltz, Department of International History, Graduate Institute, Geneva
Research interests: Asia, accounting, trade finance, telegraphy
Sabine Schneider, History, University of Cambridge
Research interests: international economic relations; finance and politics; financial centres, institutions and networks; central banking
Masato Shizume, Faculty of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University
Research interests: Modern Japanese economy, Monetary history, History of economic policy
David Sicilia, Department of History and R.H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, College Park
Research interests: financial markets and institutions; global capitalism; entrepreneurship; regulation
Jacob Soll, History and Accounting, University of Southern California
Research interests: free market theory, information, the state, regulation, mercantilism, Colbert
Abigail Swingen, History, Texas Tech University
Research interests: Financial Revolution, empire, public credit, politics
James Taylor, History, Lancaster University
Research interests: corporate governance; social history; cultural history; regulation; visual history; behavioural economics; history of emotions; material history
David Thomson, History, Sacred Heart University, USA
Research interests: 19th century US, American Civil War, bonds, transatlantic
Valentine Toutain-Quittelier, Art History, Université Paris-Sorbonne
Research interests: Regency, cultural transfers, art history
John Turner, Centre for Economic History, Queen’s University Belfast
Research interests: banking, financial crises, corporate governance, stock markets, bubbles
Bram Van Hofstraeten, Foundations and Methods of Law, Maastricht University
Research interests: Business history, Company law, Private partnerships, Commercial law
Angela Walch, School of Law, St. Mary’s University
Research interests: Money, Risk, Regulatory Capture, Technology, Systemic Risk, Networks, Regulation, Cryptocurrency
Patrick Walsh, History, Trinity College Dublin
Research interests: Financial revolution, South Sea Bubble, Ireland, trade
Carl Wennerlind, History, Barnard College, Columbia University
Research interests: scarcity, Mercantilism, Hume, Sweden
Eugene White, Economics, Rutgers University
Research interests: banking, crises, stock markets, regulation and supervision
Yihuan Xu, History and Culture College & Institute of European Civilization, Tianjin Normal University
Research interest: Bank of England
Koji Yamamoto, Economics, University of Tokyo
Research interests: South Sea Bubble; investor experience; speculation; behavioural finance; ‘projecting’; capitalism
Alexia Yates, History, University of Manchester
Research interests: urban history; popular finance; political economy; property
Kazuki Yokoyama, Economics, Naggoya City University
Research interests: financial literacy, banking panics, financial systems and corporate governance
Madeleine Zelin, History and East Asian Languages and Cultures, Columbia University
Research interests: law and history, early modern economic institutions
Meng Zhang, History, Loyola Marymount University
Research interests: China, trade, institutions, property, credit, 18th & 19th century


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