Skip to ContentSkip to Navigation
About us Practical matters How to find us prof. dr. A. (Abe) de Jong


Developing and Harnessing Historical Sensibility to Overcome the Influence of Dominant Logics: A Pedagogical Model

Going public: evidence from stock and bond IPOs in Belgium, 1839–1935

Repurposing institutions: Trust offices and the Dutch financial system, 1690s-2000s

Born of necessity: The introduction of convertible bonds in The Netherlands

From free-for-All to self-governing monopoly: market organization and price information at the Amsterdam Stock Exchange, 1796-1940

Legal risk and information spillover through private lender reports

Reaching out to the unbanked: The role of political ideology in financial inclusion

Research in business history: From theorising to bizhismetrics

What causes hot markets for equity IPOs? An analysis of initial public offerings in the Netherlands, 1876-2015

Exceptional big linkers: Dutch evidence from the 20th century

Read more