Janette Rutterford
Janette Rutterford
Professor of Finance and Financial History, Open University
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Women in business, 1700-1850
NJ Phillips
Boydell & Brewer Ltd, 2006
An introduction to stock exchange investment
J Rutterford, M Davison
Macmillan International Higher Education, 2007
“The Widow, The Clergyman And The Reckless”: Women Investors In England, 1830—1914
J Rutterford, J Maltby
Feminist Economics 12 (1-2), 111-138, 2006
From dividend yield to discounted cash flow: a history of UK and US equity valuation techniques
J Rutterford
Accounting, business & financial history 14 (2), 115-149, 2004
‘She possessed her own fortune’: Women investors from the late nineteenth century to the early twentieth century
J Maltby, J Rutterford
Business History 48 (02), 220-253, 2006
Who comprised the nation of shareholders? Gender and investment in Great Britain, c. 1870–1935
J Rutterford, DR Green, J Maltby, A Owens
The Economic History Review 64 (1), 157-187, 2011
Women and their money 1700-1950: essays on women and finance
A Laurence, J Maltby, J Rutterford
Routledge, 2008
An International Perspective on the Capital Structure Puzzle
J Rutterford
New Perspectives on International Finance, 1988
“The nesting instinct”: women and investment risk in a historical context
J Rutterford, J Maltby
Accounting History 12 (3), 305-327, 2007
Financial strategy
J Rutterford, M Upton, D Kodwani
John Wiley and Sons Ltd, 2006
Stock market investors' use of stop losses and the disposition effect
DW Richards, J Rutterford, D Kodwani, M Fenton-O'Creevy
The European Journal of Finance 23 (2), 130-152, 2017
Learning from one another's mistakes: investment trusts in the UK and the US, 1868–1940
J Rutterford
Financial history review 16 (2), 157-181, 2009
Financial diversification before modern portfolio theory: UK financial advice documents in the late nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth century
J Rutterford, DP Sotiropoulos
The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought 23 (6), 919-945, 2016
Lives in the balance? Gender, age and assets in late-nineteenth-century England and Wales
DR Green, A Owens, J Maltby, J Rutterford
Continuity and Change 24 (2), 307-335, 2009
Going multilateral? Financial markets' access and the L eague of N ations loans, 1923–8
JH Flores Zendejas, Y Decorzant
The Economic History Review 69 (2), 653-678, 2016
Men, women, and money: perspectives on gender, wealth, and investment 1850-1930
DR Green, A Owens, J Maltby, J Rutterford
Oxford University Press, 2011
Contractual freedom and corporate governance in Britain in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
TW Guinnane, R Harris, NR Lamoreaux
Business History Review 91 (2), 227-277, 2017
Economic women: Essays on desire and dispossession in nineteenth-century British culture
J Rappoport, LL Dalley
The Ohio State University Press, 2013
The shareholder voice: British and American accents, 1890–1965
J Rutterford
Enterprise & Society 13 (1), 120-153, 2012
Personal finance
G Callaghan, I Fribbance, M Higginson
Macmillan International Higher Education, 2011
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