Karel Davids, Economic Discourse in Europe between Scholasticism and Mandeville: Convergence, Divergence and the Case of the Dutch Republic. Paper for the First European Conference on Early Modern Philosophy, Essen 2007. A revised version will be published in the Proceedings of this conference (forthcoming).
Michael Limberger, The making of the urban fiscal system of Antwerp until 1800. Excises, annuities and debt management. Paper presented at the 15th World Economic History Congress, 2-7 august 2009, Utrecht, session Q6-Urban fiscal systems and economic growth in Europe, 15th-18th centuries.
Karel Davids, Dutch and Spanish global networks of knowledge in the early modern period : structures, changes and limitations. Paper presented at the International Workshop Iberian-Netherlandish Knowledge Exchanges, Barcelona, Institut d'Estudis Catalans. 27-28 November 2009.
Marjolein 't Hart, How the marriage of war and urban autonomy fostered the economic miracle of the Dutch Golden Age. Paper to be Presented at the Workshop 'The Economy and the State in the Late Medieval and Early Modern Low Countries: Cooperation, Competition, Interdependence', Columbia University, New York (Friday March 28, 2008).
Bert de Munck and Reinoud Vermoesen, Shops, Labour Relations and Distribution Networks. The Emergence of Retail and the Disappearance of Producers-Retailers in Alost, c.1650 - c.1800. Paper for the Third Flemish- Dutch Conference on The Economic and Social History of the Low Countries before 1850, Antwerp, 31 January – 1 February 2008.
Oscar Gelderblom, Entrepreneurship in the Golden Age of the Dutch Republic. Draft, 25 April 2008 for publication in: W. Baumol, D. Landes, and J. Mokyr, eds., History of Entrepreneurship (Princeton University Press).
Michael Limberger and Marjolein 't Hart, Een typische haat-liefde verhouding in de vroeg-moderne tijd. Stedelijke autonomie en het gewicht van de steden in het staatsvormingsproces van de Lage Landen: het voorbeeld van Antwerpen en Amsterdam.
Michael Limberger, Private money, urban finance and the state: Antwerp in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Paper presented at the 14th International Economic History Congress, Helsinki, 2006, Session 13: Citizens, Money and Urban Governments in Northern Europe in the Late Middle Ages and Early Modern Era.
John Munro, Real Wages and "The Malthusian Problem" in Antwerp and South-Eastern England, 1400-1700: A regional comparison of levels and trends in real wages for building craftsmen. Paper presented to the second Dutch-Flemish Conference on The Economy and Society of the Low Countries in the Pre-Industrial Period: held at the Universiteit Antwerp on 20 April 2006. Includes Graphs to the Paper.
Louis Sicking, 'Stratégies de réduction de risque dans le transport maritime des Pays Bas aux XVIe siècle', in Ricchezza del mare/Ricchezza dal mare secc. XIII-XVIII. Atti della "Trentasettesima Settimana di Studi" 11-15 aprile 2005 / a cura di Simonetta Cavaciocchi. Serie II - Atti delle "Settimane di Studi" e altre Convegni; 37 (Instituto Internazionale di Storia Economica 'F. Datini' : Prato 2005) 795-808.
David Celetti, 'Public Arsenals and Private Yards in the Dutch and venetian Naval Industry. Differences and Relations of Industrial Development in Early Modern Age' (University of Padua June 2006).
Stephen Quinn and William Roberds, 'The Big Problem of Large Bills: The Bank of Amsterdam and the Origins of Central Banking. Federal Bank of Atlanta; Working Paper Series 2005-16 (August 2005).
Marjolein 't Hart, Who profited in the Netherlands? State formation and public debt under capitalist structures in the eighteenth century (Paper for the second Low Countries Conference, Antwerp 2006).
Danielle van den Heuvel, The capacity and incapacity of married female traders in the Northern Netherlands: an exploration of the legal status of female public vendor. Paper presented at the first conference on the Economic History of the Low Countries, Antwerp 18-19 November 2004.
Michael Limberger and Marjolein 't Hart, The metropolis and the state. The autonomy of Amsterdam and Antwerp in a comparative perspective (ca. 1530-1830). Paper presented at the Seventh International Conference on Urban History, Athens-Piraeus 27-30 October 2004 (March 2005).
Bruno Blondé, Bossche bouwvakkers en belastingen. Nadenken over economische groei, levensstandaard en sociale ongelijkheid in de zestiende eeuw (Universiteit van Antwerpen, Centrum voor Cultuur en Stadsgeschiedenis, March 2005).