Winter 2007

Download Featured Article: Alexander Hamilton Central Banker and Financial Crisis Manager By Dr. Richard Sylla 1.92 MB

Also in this Issue:

  • Hamilton and the Badge of the Cincinnati, by Douglas Hamilton
  • Hamilton's Modern Conception of Money, by Robert E. Wright
  • When Washington Shut Down Wall Street: The Great Financial Crisis of 1914 and the Origins of America's Monetary Supremacy, by William L. Silber
  • A History of Employer Pension Funds, by Robert L. Clark and Lee A. Craig
  • Educators' Perspective: Caught Short: Eddie Cantor's Lasting Impact on Wall Street, by Dan Cooper and Brian Grinder
  • Book Review: The Accidental Investment Banker, by Jonathan A. Knee
  • Book Review: Jay Cooke's Gamble, by John Lubetkin

Fall 2018

Financial History, Issue 127

In this issue:

  • "Albert Gallatin and a Nation Free From Debt," by Gregory May
  • "Grain Traitors: A History of the US Futures Contract," by Joseph M. Santos
  • "Where Are They Now? Sutro & Co.," by Susie J. Pak

and more...