Speculation and Profiteering: What is Economic about the Economy?
Debjani Bhattacharyya (Drexel University)

Gender, Credit, and the Institution of the Notariate in Medieval Barcelona
Sarah Ifft Decker (Yale University)

Princes, Prelates, and the Problem of Moneylending in Late Thirteenth-Century Western Europe
Rowan Dorin (Harvard University)

Local State Finance, Trade Organizations, and the Nineteenth-century State-building Turn in an Urban Center on Qing China's Southwestern Frontier
Maura Dykstra (UCLA)

Deregulating by Deferring to Discretion: The Impact of the Chevron Doctrine on American Financial Institutions, 1968-1987
Erik Erlandson (University of Virginia)

"Not a Marshal Plan for Latin America": How Dealing with International Payments Problems made a Regional Development Network, 1953-1956
Margarita Fajardo (Princeton University)

Packaging Industrialization and Selling It: State-Guaranteed Export Financing and Industrial Exporters in Britain, Germany and the U.S.,1920-1940
Ted Fertik (Yale University)

Statement & Account Clause
Katherine Harris (Yale Law School)

Debt and the Mandate: Central Banking and Consumer Credit in French Syria-Lebanon
Simon Jackson (University of Birmingham)

Another Type of Rationality: the Principle of Land Taxation of the Korean Empire
Sora Kim (Seoul National University, Korea)

And He Showed Us the Abyss that had Opened Beneath his Feet: The Paris Stockbrokers, Liability, and Corporatism in Restoration France
Tyson Leuchter (University of Chicago)

The Tel Aviv Stock-Exchange and the creation of a Jewish Home in Palestine 1936-39
Nathan Marcus (National Research University - Higher School for Economics)

Debt Dilution in 1920s America: Lighting the Fuse of a Mortgage Crisis
Natacha Postel-Vinay (London School of Economics)

Mitchell-Innes in Egypt: Colonial Rule and the Credit Theory of Money
Casey Primel (Columbia University)

Cash-Waqfs as a Source of Entrepreneurial Credit for Merchants involved in Trade between Bosnia and Venice in the Early Modern Era: some Evidence from Venetian Archival Sources
Tommaso Stefini (Bogazici University )

Good credit and bad associations: colonial policies and local credit networks in Korea, 1876-1932
Holly Stephens (University of Pennsylvania)

Till Debt Do Us Part: Colonial Vows and Peasant Woes in the Punjab
Atiyab Sultan (University of Cambridge)

Formation of Public Bond Markets in late Qing and Republican China
Dong Yan (UCLA)

Debt and Sovereignty: Sudanese economics between 1964 until 1969
Alden Young (University of Pennslyvania/Drexel University)