Former Team Members

Jaco Zuijderduijn

 

Jaco Zuijderduijn

Position in relation to project

Postdoc Researcher (until end 2013)

 

Short biography
Jaco Zuijderduijn studied Medieval History at Leiden University, and next joined the project ‘Power, market and economic development. The rise, organisation and institutional development of markets in Holland, 11th-16th century’ at Utrecht University. He defended his Ph.D. thesis, entitled ‘Medieval capital markets. Markets for renten between state formation and private investment in Holland (1300-1550)’ in 2007.
Next Zuijderduijn worked as a post-doc researcher at the project ‘Economic growth, stagnation and decline in the pre-industrial era: Iraq, Italy and The Low Countries 600-1700’, also at Utrecht University.
In 2010, Zuijderduijn joined the project '"United we stand". The dynamics and consequences of institutions for collective action in pre-industrial Europe'. His present research focuses on the effect families and household have on economic growth and social processes in pre-industrial economies.
Zuijderduijn also worked as senior researcher at the Dutch Money Museum, where he continues his research into the history of capital markets, and also started new research into monetary history.
As of January 2014, he will be working as lecturer and researcher at the Economic History Department of Leiden University.

 

Involved in Research Themes

> Formation of institutions for collective action

> Relation between Household Economies and institutions for collective action

> Relation between Marriage Patterns and the emergence of institutions for collective action

 

Involved in projects

> Data Infrastructures for the Study of Guilds and Other Forms of Collective Action (NWO)

> United We Stand. The Dynamics and Consequences of Institutions for Collective Action in Pre-Industrial Europe (ERC)

 

Involved in debates

> On marriage patterns and institutions for collective action

 

Publications in relation to project

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Journal Article

Zuijderduijn, J. and De Moor, T., 2013. The art of counting. Reconstructing numeracy in the middle and upper classes on the basis of portraits in the early modern Low Countries. Historical Methods 46 (1), pp. 41-56

Journal Article

Zuijderduijn, C.J. and De Moor, T., 2013. Spending, saving or investing? Risk management in sixteenth-century Dutch households. Economic History Review 66 (1), pp. 36-51.

Journal Article

Zuijderduijn, C.J., van Zanden, J.L., and De Moor, T., 2012. "Small is beautiful"; on the efficiency of credit markets in late medieval Holland. European Review of Economic History, 16 (1), 3-22.

Journal Article

Zuijderduijn, C.J. and De Moor, T. , 2011. Spending, saving or investing? Risk management in sixteenth-century Dutch households. Accepted (May 2011) for publication in Economic History Review.

Journal Article

Zuijderduijn, J., 2011. Grave concerns: Entailment and intergenerational agency in Amsterdam (1600–1800). History of the Family, 16 (4), 343-5.

Journal Article

Zuijderduijn, J., 2011. De wereld die niet verging: een sociaaleconomische geschiedenis van laatmiddeleeuws Europa. Academische Boekengids, (84), 18-9. [In Dutch]

Journal Article

Zuijderduijn, J., 2011. Failliete staten; inleiding. Geschiedenis Magazine, 46 (5), 14-8. [In Dutch]

Review

Zuijderduijn, J., 2011. Book Review [M.C. Howell, Commerce before capitalism in Europe, 1300 - 1660]. BMGN - LCHR, 126 (2), 110-1.

Working Paper

De Moor, T. and Zuijderduijn, J., 2011. "The art of counting"; reconstructing numeracy in the middle and upper classes on the basis of portraits in the early modern Low Countries. CGEH Working Papers 16.

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