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Readings for October 13, Nineteenth Century Capital Markets

Economics 210a, Fall 1999


Lance Davis (1965), "The Investment Market, 1870-1914: The Evolution of a National Market," Journal of Economic History 25, pp.355-393.

Howard Bodenhorn (1995), "The More Perfect Union: Regional Interest Rates in the United States, 1880-1960," in Michael D. Bordo and Richard Sylla (eds), Anglo-American Financial Systems: Institutions and Markets in the 20th Century, New York: Irwin Professional Publishing, pp.415-454.

Kenneth A. Snowden (1995), "The Evolution of Interregional Mortgage Lending Channels, 1870-1914: The Life Insurance-Mortgage Company Connection," in Naomi R. Lamoreaux and Daniel M.G. Raff (eds), Coordination and Information: Historical Perspectives on the Organization of Enterprise, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp.209-256.

Marco da Rin (1996), "Understanding the Development of the German Kreditbanken, 1850-1914," Financial History Review, pp.29-47.

Charles Calomiris (1995), "The Costs of Rejecting Universal Banking: American Finance in the German Mirror, 1870-1914," in Naomi R. Lamoreaux and Daniel M.G. Raff (eds), Coordination and Information: Historical Perspectives on the Organization of Enterprise, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp.257-322.

J. Bradford DeLong (1991), "Did J. P. Morgan's Men Add Value? An Economist's Perspective on Financial Capitalism," in Peter Temin, ed., Inside the Business Enterprise: Historical Perspectives on the Use of Information (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press for NBER), pp. 205-36.


Extra Readings:

Howard Bodenhorn and Hugh Rockoff (1992), "Regional Interest Rates in Antebellum America," in Claudia Goldin and Hugh Rockoff (eds), Strategic Factors in 19th Century American Economic History (University of Chicago Press).

J. Bradford DeLong (1991), "Did J.P. Morgan's Men Add Value?" in Peter Temin (ed.), Inside the Business Enterprise (University of Chicago Press).

Barry Eichengreen (1984), "Mortgage Interest Rates in the Populist Era," American Economic Review 74.

John James (1995), "The Rise and Fall of the Commercial Paper Market," in Michael D. Bordo and Richard Sylla (eds.), Anglo American Financial Systems (Irwin).

Naomi Lamoreaux (1986), "Banks, Kinship, and Economic Development: The New England Case," Journal of Economic History XLVI.

William Lazonick and Mary O'Sullivan "Financial and Industrial Development: The United States and the United Kingdom," Financial History Review 4.

Kenneth Ng (1988), "Free Banking Laws and Barriers to Entry in Banking 1838-1960," Journal of Economic History XLVIII.

Hugh Rockoff (1974), "The Free Banking Era: A Reexamination," Journal of Money, Credit and Banking.

Halsey Rogers (1994), "Man to Loan $1500 and Serve as Clerk: Trading Jobs for Loans in Mid-Nineteenth-Century San Francisco," Journal of Economic History 54.

Arthur Rolnick and Warren Weber (1983), "New Evidence on the Free Banking Era," American Economic Review 73.

Richard Sylla (1969), "Federal Policy, Banking Market Structure and Capital Mobilization in the United States, 1863-1913," Journal of Economic History 29.

Richard Sylla and George David Smith (1994), "Information and Capital market Regulation in Anglo-American Finance," in Michael D. Bordo and Richard Sylla (eds.), Anglo American Financial Systems (Irwin).


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