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Items where Subject is "N - Economic History > N2 - Financial Markets and Institutions > N21 - U.S. ; Canada: Pre-1913"

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Ager, Philipp and Spargoli, Fabrizio (2013): Bank Deregulation, Competition and Economic Growth: The US Free Banking Experience.

C

Cantillo, Miguel (2016): Villains or Heroes? Private Banks and Railroads after the Sherman Act.

Cotter, Christopher and Rousseau, Peter L (2022): Correspondent banking, systematic risk, and the Panic of 1893.

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Economou, Emmanouel/Marios/Lazaros (2016): Δημοκρατικότητα και μη συμβατικά μέτρα της κεντρικής τράπεζας; Μια ιστορική θεώρηση της αμερικανικής πιστωτικής πολιτικής σε σχέση με την ανισοκατανομή εισοδήματος.

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Moen, Jon and Tallman, Ellis (2018): Outside Lending in the New York City Call Loan Market.

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Pfau, Wade Donald (2011): Getting on Track for a Sustainable Retirement: A Reality Check on Savings and Work.

Pfau, Wade Donald (2011): Long-term investors and valuation-based asset allocation.

Pfau, Wade Donald (2011): Safe Savings Rates: A New Approach to Retirement Planning over the Lifecycle.

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Reinhart, Carmen and Kenneth, Rogoff (2012): This Time is Different, Again? The United States Five Years after the Onset of Subprime. Published in: VoxEU (22 October 2012)

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Saccal, Alessandro (2020): Fathoming slavery: feudalism, African bondage, globalisation and beyond.

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Tallman, Ellis W and Wicker, Elmus R. (2009): Banking and Financial Crises in United States History: What Guidance can History Offer Policymakers?

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Umlauft, Thomas (2014): The Paradoxical Genesis of Too-Big-To-Fail. Published in: Journal of Governance and Regulation , Vol. 3, No. 1 (2014): pp. 28-41.

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