Caroline Fohlin
Caroline Fohlin
Prof. of Economics, Emory University
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A history of corporate governance around the world: Family business groups to professional managers
RK Morck
University of Chicago Press, 2007
Relationship banking, liquidity, and investment in the German industrialization
C Fohlin
The Journal of Finance 53 (5), 1737-1758, 1998
Finance capitalism and Germany’s rise to industrial power
C Fohlin
Cambridge University Press, 2007
The history of corporate ownership and control in Germany
C Fohlin
History of Corporate Governance Around the World, 2005
The rise of interlocking directorates in imperial Germany
C Fohlin
Economic History Review, 307-333, 1999
Universal Banking in Pre-World War I Germany: Model or Myth?
C Fohlin
Explorations in Economic History 36 (4), 305-43, 1999
Economic, political, and legal factors in financial system development: international patterns in historical perspective
C Fohlin
Social Science Working Paper, 2000
Does civil law tradition and universal banking crowd out securities markets? Pre-World War I Germany as counter-example
C Fohlin
Enterprise & Society, 602-641, 2007
Universal banking networks in pre-war Germany: new evidence from company financial data
C Fohlin
Research in Economics 51 (3), 201-225, 1997
Trading costs in early securities markets: the case of the Berlin Stock Exchange 1880–1910
T Gehrig, C Fohlin
Review of Finance 10 (4), 587-612, 2006
Regulation, taxation and the development of the German universal banking system, 1884–1913
C Fohlin
European Review of Economic History 6 (2), 221-254, 2002
Mobilizing Money: How the World's Richest Nations Financed Industrial Growth
C Fohlin
Cambridge Books, 2012
Fiduciariand Firm Liquidity Constraints: The Italian Experience with German-Style Universal Banking
C Fohlin
Explorations in Economic History 35 (1), 83-107, 1998
The balancing act of German universal banks and English deposit banks, 1880-1913
C Fohlin
Business History 43 (1), 1-24, 2001
Capital mobilisation and utilisation in latecomer economies: Germany and Italy compared
C Fohlin
European Review of Economic History 3 (2), 139-174, 1999
Banking industry structure, competition, and performance: Does universality matter?
C Fohlin
California Institute of Technology Social Science Working Paper, 2000
Banking Systems and Economic Growth: Lessons from Britain and Germany in the pre-World War I era
C Fohlin
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review, 1998
Bank securities holdings and industrial finance before World War I: Britain and Germany compared
C Fohlin
Business and Economic History, 463-475, 1997
Common stock returns in the pre-WWI Berlin Stock Exchange
C Fohlin, S Reinhold
Cliometrica 4 (1), 75, 2010
Asymmetric information, market power, and the underpricing of new stock issues in Germany, 1882-1892
C Fohlin
The Journal of Economic History, 630-656, 2010
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