Organisers

Sabine Schneider (St John’s College, Cambridge)

Sabine is an ESRC doctoral candidate in Economic History at Cambridge and an affiliated researcher at the Centre for Financial History. Her PhD thesis explores the political economy of nineteenth-century Germany, with a particular focus on the monetary and banking policies adopted during the Kaiserreich’s liberal reform era. Email: samis2@cam.ac.uk


Craig McMahon (St Edmund’s College, Cambridge)

Craig is a PhD candidate in Economic History at Cambridge and an affiliated research student at the Centre for Financial History. He is especially interested in the development of 20th century financial institutions, non-bank lenders, financial crises and financial regulation. His doctoral research focuses on the development and regulation of the American and British consumer credit markets, and in particular short-term, high-interest credit issued by small loan providers. Email: cmm89@cam.ac.uk


Seung-Woo Kim (Robinson College, Cambridge)

Seung-Woo is a PhD candidate in Economic History at Cambridge and an affiliated research student. His dissertation, partially funded by the Ellen McArthur Research Studentship in Economic History, narrates the history of the Eurodollar market and the making of the transnational network of finance from 1959 to 1979. Email: swk26@cam.ac.uk

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