Adrian R. Bell : Citation Profile


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University of Reading

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RESEARCH PRODUCTION:

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EDITOR:

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Books edited

RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   15 years (2005 - 2020). See details.
   Cites by year: 1
   Journals where Adrian R. Bell has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 3.    Total self citations: 2 (6.9 %)

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Relations with other researchers


Works with:

Brooks, Chris (5)

Authors registered in RePEc who have co-authored more than one work in the last five years with Adrian R. Bell.

Is cited by:

Fry, John (2)

Hou, Yang (2)

Oxley, Les (2)

Ferreira, Paulo (1)

Hlasny, Vladimir (1)

Chilosi, David (1)

Patuelli, Roberto (1)

Sutcliffe, Charles (1)

Pattitoni, Pierpaolo (1)

Dionisio, Andreia (1)

Ślepaczuk, Robert (1)

Cites to:

Voth, Hans-Joachim (6)

Drelichman, Mauricio (6)

Brooks, Chris (4)

Benkraiem, Ramzi (4)

Taylor, Mark (4)

Taylor, Alan (3)

Rogoff, Kenneth (3)

Simmons, Robert (3)

Goddard, John (3)

Gurun, Umit (3)

Dohmen, Thomas (2)

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Where Adrian R. Bell has published?


Journals with more than one article published# docs
Enterprise & Society2
Economic History Review2

Working Papers Series with more than one paper published# docs
ICMA Centre Discussion Papers in Finance / Henley Business School, University of Reading8

Recent works citing Adrian R. Bell (2021 and 2020)


YearTitle of citing document
2020List of publications on the economic and social history of Great Britain and Ireland published in 2019. (2020). Raymond, Graham ; Hale, Matthew ; Wright, Catherine. In: Economic History Review. RePEc:bla:ehsrev:v:73:y:2020:i:4:p:1153-1202.

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2020What role do futures markets play in Bitcoin pricing? Causality, cointegration and price discovery from a time-varying perspective?. (2020). Oxley, Les ; Hu, Yang ; Hou, Yang Greg. In: International Review of Financial Analysis. RePEc:eee:finana:v:72:y:2020:i:c:s1057521920302131.

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2020The impact of the results of football matches on the stock prices of soccer clubs. (2020). Wabik, Igor ; Lepaczuk, Robert. In: Working Papers. RePEc:war:wpaper:2020-35.

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Adrian R. Bell has edited the books:


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Works by Adrian R. Bell:


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2016Time-varying price discovery in the eighteenth century: empirical evidence from the London and Amsterdam stock markets In: Cliometrica, Journal of Historical Economics and Econometric History.
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2014The credit relationship between Henry III and merchants of Douai and Ypres, 1247–70 In: Economic History Review.
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2017Cambium non est mutuum: exchange and interest rates in medieval Europe In: Economic History Review.
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2017Did Purchasing Power Parity Hold in Medieval Europe? In: Manchester School.
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2014Did Purchasing Power Parity Hold in Medieval Europe?.(2014) In: ICMA Centre Discussion Papers in Finance.
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2011The Medieval Pilgrimage Business In: Enterprise & Society.
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2019Medieval Property Investors, ca. 1300–1500 In: Enterprise & Society.
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2010An Economic and Social History of Later Medieval Europe, 1000–1500. By Steven A. Epstein. Cambridge: University of Cambridge Press, 2009. Pp.xi, 290. $85.00, hardback; $28.99, paper. In: The Journal of Economic History.
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2020When is a MAX not the MAX? How news resolves information uncertainty In: Journal of Empirical Finance.
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2010Valuing medieval annuities: Were corrodies underpriced? In: Explorations in Economic History.
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2009Valuing Medieval Annuities: Were Corrodies Underpriced?.(2009) In: ICMA Centre Discussion Papers in Finance.
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2007Interest rates and efficiency in medieval wool forward contracts In: Journal of Banking & Finance.
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2011Over the Moon or Sick as a Parrot? The Effects of Football Results on a Clubs Share Price In: Post-Print.
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2009Over the Moon or Sick as a Parrot? The Effects of Football Results on a Clubs Share Price.(2009) In: ICMA Centre Discussion Papers in Finance.
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2012Over the moon or sick as a parrot? The effects of football results on a clubs share price.(2012) In: Applied Economics.
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2005Advance Contracts for the Sale of Wool in Medieval England; An Undeveloped and Inefficient Market? In: ICMA Centre Discussion Papers in Finance.
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2005Leger est aprendre mes fort est arendre;: Wool, Debt and the Dispersal of Pipewell Abbey (1280 - 1330) In: ICMA Centre Discussion Papers in Finance.
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2008Interest in medieval accounts: Examples from England, 1272-1340 In: ICMA Centre Discussion Papers in Finance.
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2015The ‘Buying and Selling of Money for Time’: Foreign Exchange and Interest Rates in Medieval Europe In: ICMA Centre Discussion Papers in Finance.
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2015Buying and Selling of Money for Time: Foreign Exchange and Interest Rates in Medieval Europe.(2015) In: ICMA Centre Discussion Papers in Finance.
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