Stephen Quinn

Professor
Economics
Scharbauer Hall 4103

s.quinn@tcu.edu | 817-257-6234

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Education

Ph.D. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
BA Rockford College

Courses Taught

Economics of Financial Markets
Financial History
Law and Economics

Areas of Focus

Monetary and Financial Development of Early Modern Europe.

Quinn, Stephen, and William Roberds. “Death of a Reserve Currency,” International Journal of Central Banking (December 2016).

Khan, Charles, Stephen Quinn, and William Roberds. “Central Banks and Payment Systems: The Evolving Trade-off between Cost and Risk,” in Central Banks at a Crossroad: What Can We Learn from History? edited by Michael Bordo, Ovyind Eitrheim, Marc Flandreau, and Jan Qvigstand. Cambridge University Press (2016): 563-609.

Quinn, Stephen, and William Roberds. “Responding to a Shadow Banking Crisis: the Lessons of 1763” Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 47 (2015): 1149-76.

Quinn, Stephen, and William Roberds. “How Amsterdam Got Fiat Money,” Journal of Monetary Economics 66 (2014): 1-12. Quinn, Stephen, and William Roberds. “The Bank of Amsterdam and the Leap to Central Bank Money,” American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings 97 (2007): 262-5.

Quinn, Stephen. “Money, Finance and Capital Markets,” in The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Britain, Volume I, edited by Floud and Johnson, Cambridge University Press (2004): 147-74.

Quinn, Stephen. “The Glorious Revolution’s Effect on English Private Finance: A Microhistory, 1680-1705,” Journal of Economic History 61 (2001): 593-615.

Quinn, Stephen. “Goldsmith-Banking: Mutual Acceptances and Inter-Banker Clearing in Restoration London,” Explorations in Economic History 34 (1997): 411-32.

  • Rockford U. Distinguished Alumni, 2014
  • TCU Honors Professor of the Year, 2007
  • Phi Beta Kappa, 1988