Winter 2017

Download Featured Article: Spies, Abolitionists and the Origins of Credit Rating Agencies By Brian Grinder and Dan Cooper 414.26 KB

Also in this Issue:

  • "For the Love of Money: Blacks on US Currency" Exhibit Preview
  • Words of Wisdom: Remarks from the 2017 Museum Gala, by Charles Schwab, Fred Tomczyk, Joe Ricketts, Ray Dalio and Lawrence H. Summers
  • AIG: Opening Trade in Services, by Maurice R. Greenberg and Lawrence A. Cunningham
  • Bank of Montreal Bicentennial, by Gregory DL Morris
  • Lightning Strikes: Timeless Lessons from Nikola Tesla, by John F. Wasik
  • Hecla Mining Company: 125 Years of Persistence and Perspective, by Bart Ward
  • The Mazer Collection Features Documents Signed by Hundreds of Historical Figures, by Sarah Poole
  • Book Review: Narrative and Numbers, by Aswath Damodaran, reviewed by James P. Prout

Summer 2021

Financial History, Issue 138

In this issue:

  • “The Feminization of Capital,” by Sarah C. Haan
  • "Inside Money: Brown Brothers Harriman and the American Way of Power," by Zachary Karabell
  • "A Cornerstone of Our Nation’s Economy: The Financial History of Infrastructure," by Gregory DL Morris

and more...