Oliver Volckart : Citation Profile


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RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   21 years (1997 - 2018). See details.
   Cites by year: 4
   Journals where Oliver Volckart has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 6.    Total self citations: 14 (13.86 %)

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Authors registered in RePEc who have co-authored more than one work in the last five years with Oliver Volckart.

Is cited by:

Dessi, Roberta (9)

Vahabi, Mehrdad (9)

Ogilvie, Sheilagh (8)

Chilosi, David (7)

Koyama, Mark (6)

Piccolo, Salvatore (6)

Boerner, Lars (6)

Severgnini, Battista (4)

Prüfer, Jens (4)

Finley, Theresa (3)

Mulligan, Casey (2)

Cites to:

Munro, John (14)

Chilosi, David (11)

Wolf, Nikolaus (10)

North, Douglass (7)

Velde, Francois (7)

Neal, Larry (6)

Sussman, Nathan (6)

Barro, Robert (5)

Milgrom, Paul (5)

Greif, Avner (4)

Ritschl, Albrecht (4)

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Where Oliver Volckart has published?


Journals with more than one article published# docs
Homo Oeconomicus3
Jahrbuch fr Wirtschaftsgeschichte / Economic History Yearbook3
Explorations in Economic History2
The Journal of Economic History2
Economic History Review2
Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (JITE)2

Working Papers Series with more than one paper published# docs
SFB 649 Discussion Papers / Sonderforschungsbereich 649, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany2

Recent works citing Oliver Volckart (2018 and 2017)


YearTitle of citing document
2017Did Purchasing Power Parity Hold in Medieval Europe?. (2017). Bell, Adrian ; Moore, Tony K ; Brooks, Chris. In: Manchester School. RePEc:bla:manchs:v:85:y:2017:i:6:p:682-709.

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2017A critical survey of the resource curse literature through the appropriability lens. (2017). Vahabi, Mehrdad. In: CEPN Working Papers. RePEc:hal:cepnwp:hal-01583559.

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2017How the City Air Made Us Free: The Self-Governing Medieval City and the Bourgeois Revaluation. (2017). Young, Andrew T. In: Journal of Private Enterprise. RePEc:jpe:journl:1436.

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2018The resource curse literature as seen through the appropriability lens: a critical survey. (2018). Vahabi, Mehrdad. In: Public Choice. RePEc:kap:pubcho:v:175:y:2018:i:3:d:10.1007_s11127-018-0533-5.

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2017A critical survey of the resource curse literature through the appropriability lens. (2017). Vahabi, Mehrdad. In: CEPN Working Papers. RePEc:upn:wpaper:2017-14.

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2017Inequality and guard labor, or prohibition and guard labor?. (2017). Kufenko, Vadim ; Geloso, Vincent. In: Hohenheim Discussion Papers in Business, Economics and Social Sciences. RePEc:zbw:hohdps:062017.

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Works by Oliver Volckart:


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1997Early beginnings of the quantity theory of money and their context in Polish and Prussian monetary policies, c. 1520–1550 In: Economic History Review.
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2017Power politics and princely debts: why Germanys common currency failed, 1549–56 In: Economic History Review.
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2000State Building by Bargaining for Monopoly Rents. In: Kyklos.
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2004Die Dorfgemeinde als Kartell: Kooperationsprobleme und ihre Lösungen im Mittelalter und in der frühen Neuzeit In: Jahrbuch für Wirtschaftsgeschichte / Economic History Yearbook.
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2009Regeln, Willkür und der gute Ruf: Geldpolitik und Finanzmarkteffizienz in Deutschland, 14. bis 16. JahrhundertRules, Discretion or Reputation? Monetary Policies and the Efficiency of Financial Market In: Jahrbuch für Wirtschaftsgeschichte / Economic History Yearbook.
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2009Regeln, Willkür und der gute Ruf: Geldpolitik und Finanzmarkteffizienz in Deutschland, 14. bis 16. Jahrhundert In: Jahrbuch für Wirtschaftsgeschichte / Economic History Yearbook.
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2002Central Europes way to a market economy, 1000 1800 In: European Review of Economic History.
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2006Estimating Financial Integration in the Middle Ages: What Can We Learn from a TAR Model? In: The Journal of Economic History.
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2011Money, States, and Empire: Financial Integration and Institutional Change in Central Europe, 1400–1520 In: The Journal of Economic History.
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2004The economics of feuding in late medieval Germany In: Explorations in Economic History.
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2011The utility of a common coinage: Currency unions and the integration of money markets in late Medieval Central Europe In: Explorations in Economic History.
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2010The utility of a common coinage: currency unions and the integration of money markets in late medieval Central Europe.(2010) In: Economic History Working Papers.
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2000The open constitution and its enemies: competition, rent seeking, and the rise of the modern state In: Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.
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2015Power politics and princely debts: why Germany’s common currency failed, 1549-1556 In: LSE Research Online Documents on Economics.
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2008‘The big problem of the petty coins’, and how it could be solved in the late Middle Ages In: Economic History Working Papers.
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2003Bureau competition and economic policies in Nazi Germany, 1933-39 In: Economic History Working Papers.
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2009Money, states and empire: financial integration cycles and institutional change in Central Europe, 1400-1520 In: Economic History Working Papers.
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2010Good or bad money?: debasement, society and the state in the late Middle Ages In: Economic History Working Papers.
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2010Books or bullion? Printing, mining and financial integration in Central Europe from the 1460s In: Economic History Working Papers.
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2016Benefits of empire? Capital market integration north and south of the Alps, 1350-1800 In: Economic History Working Papers.
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2017Premodern debasement: a messy affair In: Economic History Working Papers.
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2017Bimetallism and its discontents: cooperation and coordination failure in the empire’s monetary politics, 1549-59 In: Economic History Working Papers.
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2018Technologies of money in the Middle Ages: the Principles of Minting In: Economic History Working Papers.
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2018European goods market integration in the very long run: from the Black Death to the First World War In: Economic History Working Papers.
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2002Why Did the German Bourgeoisie Imitate the Nobility?: a Rational-Choice-Analysis of Bourgeois Behavior in Wilhelmine Germany In: Homo Oeconomicus.
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2004In Introduction: Explaining History û Neo-Institutionalism in Perspective In: Homo Oeconomicus.
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2004Village Communities as Cartels: Problems of Collective Action and their Solutions in Medieval and Early Modern Central Europe In: Homo Oeconomicus.
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2006The Influence of Information Costs on the Integration of Financial Markets: Northern Europe, 1350-1560 In: SFB 649 Discussion Papers.
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2007Rules, Discretion or Reputation? Monetary Policies and the Efficiency of Financial Markets in Germany, 14th to 16th Centuries In: SFB 649 Discussion Papers.
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2002No Utopia: Government Without Territorial Monopoly in Medieval Central Europe In: Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (JITE).
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2005Book Review In: Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (JITE).
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1999Are the Roots of the Modern Lex Mercatoria Really Medieval? In: Southern Economic Journal.
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2004Estimating medieval market integration: Evidence from exchange rates In: Discussion Papers.
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