War, Bond Prices, and Public Opinion : How Did the Amsterdam Bond Market Perceive the Belligerents' War Effort During World War One?

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141381787
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120969612
ORCID
0000-0002-5317-0690
Affiliation
University of Regensburg
Jopp, Tobias A.

This dataset contains additional data underlying the monograph "War, Bond Prices, and Public Opinion" (2021). For a discussion of the data, please turn to the study's data section, the corresponding Online Appendix availabe on the homepage of Mohr Siebeck (https://www.mohrsiebeck.com/buch/war-bond-prices-and-public-opinion-9783161595363?), and Jopp, Tobias A.: Contemporaries’ opinion on the Allied and Central Powers’ performance during the First World War: Measuring perceptions with sovereign debt prices, in: European Review of Economic History 20(2), 2016, pp. 242-273. https://doi.org/10.1093/ereh/hew001

Contents (daily frequency):

- Prolongatiekoers at Amsterdam Stock Exchange (1/1/1914-31/12/1919);

- Selected exchange rates at Amsterdam Stock Exchange (1/7/1914-31/12/1919);

- Selected Dutch municipal bonds' prices at Amsterdam Stock Exchange (1/1/1914-31/12/1919);

- Selected Dutch companies' stock prices at Amsterdam Stock Exchange (1/1/1914-31/12/1919.

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