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Sibylle Lehmann-Hasemeyer
Sibylle Lehmann-Hasemeyer
Professor for Economic and Social History
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The structure of protection and growth in the late nineteenth century
SH Lehmann, KH O'Rourke
Review of Economics and Statistics 93 (2), 606-616, 2011
95*2011
The German elections in the 1870s: why Germany turned from liberalism to protectionism
SH Lehmann
The Journal of Economic History 70 (1), 146-178, 2010
552010
Does social security crowd out private savings? the case of bismarck’s system of social insurance
S Lehmann-Hasemeyer, J Streb
European Review of Economic History 22 (3), 298-321, 2018
442018
The Berlin stock exchange in Imperial Germany: A market for new technology?
S Lehmann-Hasemeyer, J Streb
American Economic Review 106 (11), 3558-3576, 2016
372016
Taking firms to the stock market: IPOs and the importance of large banks in imperial G ermany, 1896–1913
SH Lehmann
The Economic History Review 67 (1), 92-122, 2014
322014
The Berlin stock exchange and the geography of German stock markets in 1913
C Burhop, S Lehmann-Hasemeyer
European Review of Economic History 20 (4), 429-451, 2016
272016
The structure of protection and growth in the late 19th century
SH Lehmann, KH O'Rourke
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2008
272008
The political economy of agricultural protection: Sweden 1887
S Lehmann, O Volckart
European Review of Economic History 15 (1), 29-59, 2011
242011
Savings Banks and the Industrial Revolution in Prussia Supporting Regional Development with Public Financial Institutions
S Lehmann-Hasemeyer, F Wahl
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP12500, 2017
222017
The political stock market in the German Kaiserreich—do markets punish the extension of the suffrage to the benefit of the working class? Evidence from Saxony
S Lehmann-Hasemeyer, P Hauber, A Opitz
The Journal of Economic History 74 (4), 1140-1167, 2014
172014
The German bank–growth nexus revisited: savings banks and economic growth in Prussia
S Lehmann‐Hasemeyer, F Wahl
The Economic History Review 74 (1), 204-222, 2021
162021
Chaotic shop-talk or efficient parliament? The Reichstag, the parties, and the problem of governmental instability in the Weimar Republic
SH Lehmann
Public Choice 144 (1), 83-104, 2010
162010
Discrimination against foreigners: The Wuerttemberg Patent Law in administrative practice
S Lehmann-Hasemeyer, J Streb
The Journal of Economic History 80 (4), 1071-1100, 2020
112020
The scientific revolution and its implications for long-run economic development
S Lehmann-Hasemeyer, K Prettner, P Tscheuschner
World Development 168, 106262, 2023
82023
Die Bedeutung der Emissionsbanken auf dem deutschen Aktienmarkt 1896-1913
S Lehmann
VSWG: Vierteljahrschrift für Sozial-und Wirtschaftsgeschichte, 331-338, 2011
72011
The value of active politicians on supervisory boards: evidence from the Berlin stock exchange and the parliament in interwar Germany
S Lehmann-Hasemeyer, A Opitz
Scandinavian Economic History Review 67 (1), 71-89, 2019
62019
The geography of stock exchanges in Imperial Germany
C Burhop, SH Lehmann-Hasemeyer
FZID Discussion Paper, 2014
62014
Taking firms to the stock market: IPOs and the importance of universal banks in imperial Germany 1896-1913
S Lehmann
Cologne Economic History Papers, 2011
52011
Taking firms to the stock market: IPOs and the importance of large banks in imperial Germany
S LEHMANN
Economic History Review, 0
5
The limits of control: corporate ownership and control of German joint-stock firms, 1869–1945
S Lehmann-Hasemeyer, A Neumayer
Financial History Review 29 (2), 152-197, 2022
42022
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