Possibly as a result of the current financial crisis, economics is more popular than ever. Here are a few of our members' publications. As always, more may be found by looking at individual member profiles. 

  • Deneweth, H., Gelderblom, O. and Jonker, J. "Microfinance and the Decline of Poverty: Evidence from the Nineteenth-Century Netherlands." In: Journal of Economic Development, 39 (2014), 1, pp. 79-110.
  • De Vijlder, N. “De Antwerpse publieke rentemarkt in de vroegmoderne tijd.” In: L. Duerloo (ed.) HistoriANT 2014: jaarboek voor Antwerpse Geschiedenis, Antwerp, 2014, in press.
  • Andrés Ucendo, José Ignacio and Limberger, Michael, eds., Taxation and Debt in Early Modern Europe, London, Pickering & Chatto, 2012.
  • Lambrecht, T. "Peasant Labour Strategies and the Logic of Family Labour in the Southern Low Countries during the Eighteenth Century." In: S. Cavacciochi (ed.) The Economic Role of the Family in the European Economy from the 13th to the 18th centuries, Florence, Firenze University Press, 2009, pp. 637-650.
  • Soly, H. "The Political Economy of European Craft Guilds: Power Relations and Economic Strategies of Merchants and Master Artisans in Early Modern Textile Industries." In: L. Lucassen, T. De Moor and J.L. Van Zanden (eds.) The Return of the Guilds, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2008, pp. 45-72. (International Review of Social History: Supplement 16).