Integration between the London and New York Stock Exchanges, 1825-1925Campbell, G. & Rogers, M. 06 Feb 2017 In : Economic History Review.
Who Financed the Expansion of the Equity Market? Shareholder Clienteles in Victorian BritainAcheson, G. G., Campbell, G. & Turner, J. D. 02 Dec 2016 In : Business History.
This Time is Different: Causes and Consequences of British Banking Instability over the Long RunCampbell, G., Coyle, C. & Turner, J. D. Dec 2016 In : Journal of Financial Stability. 27, p. 74–94
The Liquidity of the London Capital Markets, 1825-1870Campbell, G., Turner, J. D. & Ye, Q. 22 Nov 2016 In : Economic History Review.
What Moved Share Prices in the Nineteenth-Century London Stock Market?Campbell, G., Quinn, W., Turner, J. D. & Ye, Q. 05 Jul 2016 In : Economic History Review.
Corporate Ownership, Control, and Firm Performance in Victorian BritainAcheson, G. G., Campbell, G., Turner, J. D. & Vanteeva, N. Mar 2016 In : The Journal of Economic History. 76, 1, p. 1-40
Corporate ownership and control in Victorian BritainAcheson, G. G., Campbell, G., Turner, J. D. & Vanteeva, N. Aug 2015 In : Economic History Review. 68, 3, p. 911-936 26 p.
Active Controllers or Wealthy Rentiers?: Large Shareholders in Victorian Public CompaniesAcheson, G. G., Campbell, G. & Turner, J. D. 2015 In : Business History Review. 89, 4, p. 661-691 31 p.
Managerial failure in mid-Victorian Britain?: Corporate expansion during a promotion boomCampbell, G. & Turner, J. D. 2015 In : Business History. 57, 8, p. 1248-1276 29 p.
Government Policy during the British Railway Mania and the 1847 Commercial CrisisCampbell, G. 09 Oct 2014 British Financial Crises Since 1825. Dimsdale, N. & Hotson, A. (eds.). Croydon: Oxford University Press, p. 58-75
Deriving the Railway ManiaCampbell, G. 01 Apr 2013 In : Financial History Review. 20, 1, p. 1-27 27 p.
The role of the media in a bubbleCampbell, G., Turner, J. D. & Walker, C. B. 01 Oct 2012 In : Explorations in Economic History. 49, 4, p. 461-481 21 p.
Dispelling the Myth of the Naive Investor during the British Railway Mania, 1845–46Campbell, G. & Turner, J. D. Mar 2012 In : Business History Review. 86, 1, p. 3-41 39 p.
Myopic Rationality in a ManiaCampbell, G. Jan 2012 In : Explorations in Economic History. 49, 1, p. 75-91 17 p.
Substitutes for legal protection: corporate governance and dividends in Victorian BritainCampbell, G. & Turner, J. D. May 2011 In : Economic History Review. 64, 2, p. 571-597 27 p.
The maturation and dislocation of the UK stock market: Shareholders in British Railways, 1870 - 1922
Turner, J. & Campbell, G.
04/04/2014 → 31/12/2099
Prizes and Awards
Programme Director, BSc Finance
Corporate Finance, Queen’s University Belfast, 2009-2016
Mathematics for Finance, Queen’s University Belfast, 2009-2016