Richard S. Grossman
Richard S. Grossman
Andrews Professof Economics, Wesleyan University
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Energy and civilization: a history
V Smil
MIT press, 2018
Fiscal deficits and growth in developing countries
CS Adam, DL Bevan
Journal of public economics 89 (4), 571-597, 2005
Unsettled account: The evolution of banking in the industrialized world since 1800
RS Grossman
Princeton University Press, 2010
Deposit insurance, regulation, and moral hazard in the thrift industry: evidence from the 1930's
RS Grossman
The American Economic Review, 800-821, 1992
The shoe that didn't drop: explaining banking stability during the Great Depression
RS Grossman
The Journal of Economic History 54 (3), 654-682, 1994
Bank rate policy under the interwar gold standard: a dynamic probit model
B Eichengreen, MW Watson, RS Grossman
The Economic Journal 95 (379), 725-745, 1985
Double liability and bank risk taking
RS Grossman
Journal of money, credit and banking, 143-159, 2001
Paying for privilege: the political economy of Bank of England charters, 1694–1844
JL Broz, RS Grossman
Explorations in Economic History 41 (1), 48-72, 2004
Building co-operation: a business history of the co-operative group, 1863-2013
JF Wilson, A Webster, R Vorberg-Rugh
Oxford University Press, USA, 2013
New indices of British equity prices, 1870–1913
RS Grossman
The Journal of Economic History 62 (1), 121-146, 2002
The macroeconomic consequences of bank failures under the national banking system
RS Grossman
Explorations in Economic History 30 (3), 294-320, 1993
International aspects of the Great Depression and the crisis of 2007: similarities, differences, and lessons
RS Grossman, CM Meissner
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 26 (3), 318-338, 2010
May issue versus shall issue: Explaining the pattern of concealed‐carry handgun laws, 1960–2001
RS Grossman, SA Lee
Contemporary Economic Policy 26 (2), 198-206, 2008
Wrong: Nine economic policy disasters and what we can learn from them
RS Grossman
Oxford University Press, 2013
Fear and greed: The evolution of double liability in American banking, 1865–1930
RS Grossman
Explorations in Economic History 44 (1), 59-80, 2007
Contingent capital and bank risk‐taking among British banks before the First World War1
RS Grossman, M Imai
The Economic History Review 66 (1), 132-155, 2013
Rockefeller philanthropy and modern social science
DL Seim
Routledge, 2015
Bloody foreigners! Overseas equity on the L ondon S tock E xchange, 1869–1929
RS Grossman
The Economic History Review 68 (2), 471-521, 2015
A monthly stock exchange index for Ireland, 1864–1930
RS Grossman, RC Lyons, KH O'rourke, MA Ursu
European Review of Economic History 18 (3), 248-276, 2014
Taking the lord's name in vain: The impact of connected directors on 19th century British banks
RS Grossman, M Imai
Explorations in Economic History 59, 75-93, 2016
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