Fifth Financial History Workshop

May 19, 2011 | Rotterdam School of Management


Session 1

  • Carola Frydman (MIT): "Predators of Watchdogs? Bankers on Corporate Boards n the Age of Financial Capitalism" (with Eric Hilt)
  • Kim Oosterlinck (ULB): "Was the Emergence of the Gold Standard Expected? Melodramatic Evidence from Indian Government Securities" (with Marc Flandrau)

Session 2

  • David Chambers (Cambridge University): "Keynes the Stock Market Investor" (with Elroy Dimson)

Key note: Randall Morck (University of Alberta): "Economics, History and Causation"

Session 3

  • Marc Deloof (University of Antwerp): "Long Run Stock Returns: Evidence from Belgium 1838-2008" (with Jan Annaert and Frans Beulens)
  • Fabio Braggion (Tilburg University): "From Competition to Cartel: Bank Mergers in the UK 1885 to 1925" (with Narly Dwarkasing and Lyndon Moore)

Session 4

  • Stephanie Collet (ULB/LSE): "A Window Dressing Story: Sovereign Bonds during the Netherlands-Belgium Break-up"

More information

<link people abe-de-jong _blank>Abe de Jong
Rotterdam School of Management,
Erasmus University 

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