John Turner
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Corporate governance of banks in developing economies: Concepts and issues
TG Arun, JD Turner
Corporate Governance: An International Review 12 (3), 371-377, 2004
Banking in crisis: the rise and fall of British banking stability, 1800 to the present
JD Turner
Cambridge University Press, 2014
Substitutes for legal protection: corporate governance and dividends in Victorian Britain1
G Campbell, JD Turner
The Economic History Review 64 (2), 571-597, 2011
Financial sector reforms in developing countries: the Indian experience
TG Arun, JD Turner
World Economy 25 (3), 429-445, 2002
Does the law and finance hypothesis pass the test of history?
A Musacchio, JD Turner
Business History 55 (4), 524-542, 2013
Boom and bust: A global history of financial bubbles
W Quinn, JD Turner
Cambridge University Press, 2020
Rule Britannia! British stock market returns, 1825-1870
GG Acheson, CR Hickson, JD Turner, Q Ye
The Journal of Economic History 69 (4), 1107-1137, 2009
Corporate ownership and control in Victorian Britain
GG Acheson, G Campbell, JD Turner, N Vanteeva
The Economic History Review 68 (3), 911-936, 2015
The impact of limited liability on ownership and control: Irish banking, 1877–19141
GG Acheson, JD Turner
The Economic History Review 59 (2), 320-346, 2006
The death blow to unlimited liability in Victorian Britain: The City of Glasgow failure
GG Acheson, JD Turner
Explorations in Economic History 45 (3), 235-253, 2008
Dispelling the myth of the naive investor during the British Railway Mania, 1845–1846
G Campbell, JD Turner
Business History Review 86 (1), 3-41, 2012
Free banking and the stability of early joint-stock banking
CR Hickson, JD Turner
Cambridge Journal of Economics 28 (6), 903-919, 2004
Why do firms pay dividends?: Evidence from an early and unregulated capital market
JD Turner, Q Ye, W Zhan
Review of Finance 17 (5), 1787-1826, 2013
The role of the media in a bubble
G Campbell, JD Turner, CB Walker
Explorations in Economic History 49 (4), 461-481, 2012
The trading of unlimited liability bank shares in nineteenth-century Ireland: The Bagehot Hypothesis
CR Hickson, JD Turner
The Journal of Economic History 63 (4), 931-958, 2003
Law, politics, and financial development: the great reversal of the UK corporate debt market
C Coyle, JD Turner
The Journal of Economic History 73 (3), 810-846, 2013
Does limited liability matter? Evidence from nineteenth-century British banking
GG Acheson, CR Hickson, JD Turner
Review of Law & Economics 6 (2), 247-273, 2010
Corporate governance of banking institutions in developing economies: The Indian experience
TG Arun, JD Turner
conference on ‘Finance and Development’organized by IDPM, The University of …, 2002
News media and investor sentiment during bull and bear markets
AJ Hanna, JD Turner, CB Walker
The European Journal of Finance 26 (14), 1377-1395, 2020
The genesis of corporate governance: Nineteenth-century Irish joint-stock banks
CR Hickson, JD Turner
Business History 47 (2), 174-189, 2005
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