History of Women as Investors

Routledge | 2008-12-04 | ISBN: 041541976X | 336 pages | PDF | 1,2 MB

The first book of its kind, it explores the activities of women as investors and as managers of wealth in Europe, the Caribbean and North America, from the early eighteenth to the mid-twentieth century.
Using case studies and empirical material, analyzed by a number of authors from a variety of academic disciplines, including accounting and finance, history, economic history and geography it draws largely on archival material which has not previously been used in a study of this kind.
Original and incisive, it is of interest to those studying economics, economic history, business history, British history and women and gender and history.




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