Fall 2009

Download Featured Article: "For Us or For Them? Bailouts Then and Now" By Robert E. Wright 368.61 KB

Also in this Issue:

  • Collateral Damaged: The Marketing of Consumer Debt to America, by Charles R. Geisst
  • Declaring Financial Independence: The Demise of Big-Name Institutions Accelerates the Rise of Independent Advisors, by Gregory DL Morris
  • Bank of Columbia: Toxic Assets in the Federal Period, by Meg Ventrudo
  • THE Financier: Robert Morris, America's Original Bailout Czar, by Ray Raphael
  • The Financial Folly of the Republic of Texas, by Ron Hunka
  • Wall Street and the Dust Bowl, by Dan Cooper and Brian Grinder
  • Book Review: The Match King: Ivar Kreuger, the Financial Genius Behind a Century of Wall Street Scandals by Frank Partnoy. Reviewed by J.P. Prout.
  • Book Review: The Industrial Revolutionaries: The Making of the Modern World, 1775-1914 by Gavin Weightman. Reviewed by Michael A. Martorelli.

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...