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Our most academic publication offers research and surveys on monetary policy, national and international developments, banking, and more. The content is written for an economically informed readership—from the undergraduate student to the PhD.

May/June 1998

Posted 1998-05-01

Lessons From Financial History:

Were Banks Special Intermediaries in Late Nineteenth Century America?

by Eugene N. White

Posted 1998-05-01

Lessons From Financial History:

Commentary

by Naomi R. Lamoreaux

Posted 1998-05-01

Lessons From Financial History:

Banking Systems and Economic Growth: Lessons from Britain and Germany in the Pre-World War I Era

by Caroline Fohlin

Posted 1998-05-01

Lessons From Financial History:

Commentary

by Peter Temin

Posted 1998-05-01

Lessons From Financial History:

The Financial Crisis of 1825 and the Restructuring of the British Financial System

by Larry Neal

Posted 1998-05-01

Lessons From Financial History:

Commentary

by Michael D. Bordo

Posted 1998-05-01

Lessons From Financial History:

U.S. Securities Markets and the Banking System, 1790-1840

by Richard Sylla

Posted 1998-05-01

Lessons From Financial History:

Commentary

by Kenneth A. Snowden

Posted 1998-05-01

Lessons From Financial History:

Lessons from a Laissez-Faire Payments System: The Suffolk Banking System (1825-58)

by Arthur J. Rolnick, Bruce D. Smith, and Warren E. Weber

Posted 1998-05-01

Lessons From Financial History:

Commentary

by Randall S. Kroszner

Posted 1998-05-01

Lessons From Financial History:

Did the Fed's Founding Improve the Efficiency of the U. S. Payments System?

by R. Alton Gilbert

Posted 1998-05-01

Lessons From Financial History:

Commentary

by John A. James

Posted 1998-05-01

Lessons From Financial History:

American Banks During the Great Depression: A New Research Agenda

by Joseph R. Mason


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