dr. J.J. Euwe

dr. J.J. Euwe
Assistant Professor Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication Department of History
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Erasmus University Rotterdam
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euwe@eshcc.eur.nl

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      • J.J. Euwe & K. Oosterlinck (2017). Art Price Economics in the Netherlands During World War II. Journal for Art Market Studies, 1 (1), 47-67. doi: 10.23690/jams.v1i1.6
      • J.J. Euwe (2016). The Western Art World Between 1930 and 1950: Methodological Approaches to Transdisciplinary Research. Bulletin of the German Historical Institute, 105-108.
      • J.J. Euwe (2012). The Rhine; Backbone of Dutch-German Economic Interdependence, 1918-1931. Jahrbuch für Wirtschaftsgeschichte, 53 (1), 205-233. doi: 10.1524/jbwg.2012.0009
      • J.J. Euwe (2007). De Nederlandse Kunstmarkt, 1940-1945. Amsterdam: Boom
      • J.J. Euwe, K. Oosterlinck, G. David & N. Goldman (2017). "Preise spielen gar keine Rolle." The booming art market in occupied Western Europe, 1940-1945. In U. Fleckner & Th.W. Gaehtgens (Eds.), Markt und Macht. Der Kunsthandel im Dritten Reich (pp. 27-47). Berlin: De Gruyter
      • J.J. Euwe & K. Oosterlinck (2017). Quality and Authenticity in a Market under Pressure. The case of the Dutch art market during World War 2. In U. Fleckner, Th.W. Gaehtgens & C. Huemer (Eds.), Markt und Macht. Der Kunsthandel im Dritten Reich (pp. 49-66). Berlin: De Gruyter
      • J.J. Euwe (2017). The Postwar Recovery of the Rhine Economy, 1918-1931. In R. Banken & B. Wubs (Eds.), The Rhine. A Transnational History (pp. 283-311). Baden-Baden: Nomos
      • J.J. Euwe (2010). Financing Germany: Amsterdam's Role as an International Financial Centre, 1914-1931. In P. Baubeau & A. Ögren (Eds.), Convergence and Divergence of National Financial Systems: Evidence from the Gold Standards, 1871-1971 (pp. 219-240). London: Pickering & Chatto
      • J.J. Euwe (2009). Le marché de l'art aux Pays-Bas de 1940 à 1945. In A. Callu, P. Evenso & H. Joly (Eds.), Culture et médias sous l'Occupation. Des entreprises dans la France de Vichy (pp. 85-102). Paris: Editions du CTHS
      • J.J. Euwe (2009). Amsterdam als Finanzzentrum für Deutschland, 1914-1931. In H.A.M. Klemann & F. Wielenga (Eds.), Deutschland und die Niederlande. Wirtschaftsbeziehungen im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert (pp. 153-172). Münster: Waxmann
      • J.J. Euwe (2019, januari 25). 'Foreign capital seems to have settled permanently in The Netherlands.' The role of tax evasion in the rise of Amsterdam as an international financial centre, 1914-1940. Rotterdam, Business History @ Erasmus - Passage to Panama: Nation States, Taxation and Multinational Enterprise in the Twentieth Century II.
      • J.J. Euwe, K. Oosterlinck & C. Huemer (2018, november 16). The German Art Market During World War 2. Université Libre de Bruxelles, Bruxelles, Art market Workshop.
      • J.J. Euwe (2016, februari 26). Transdisciplinary Approaches to the Study of the Art Market. German Historical Institute, Washington DC, The Western Art Market and Art between 1930 and 1950. Methodological approaches aiming at transdisciplinary research.
      • J.J. Euwe (2016, februari 10). German Refugee Artists and Art Dealers on the U.S. Art Market, 1929-1945. German Historical Institute, Washington DC, Seminar.
      • J.J. Euwe (2016, april 28). Art Market Data Analysis - Cases, Options, Perspectives. Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte, München, Hugo Helbing / Provenienz- & Sammlungsforschung VII.
      • J.J. Euwe & K. Oosterlinck (2015, mei 28). The Hausse on the Dutch Art Market during the German Occupation. Université Libre de Bruxelles, Bruxelles, Art Market Workshop - Long Term Investment.
      • J.J. Euwe & K. Oosterlinck (2015, februari 21). The Dutch Art Market during the Second World War: A New Art Price Index Using Hedonic Regression. New York, College Art Association, 2015 Annual Conference.
      • J.J. Euwe & K. Oosterlinck (2014, oktober 6). Quality and Authenticity in a Market under Pressure. The case of the Dutch art market during World War II. Warburg Haus, Universität Hamburg, Hamburg, Workshop Markt und Macht. Der Kunsthandel im Dritten Reich.
      • J.J. Euwe, K. Oosterlinck, G. David & N. Goldman (2014, oktober 6). The Art Market in Occupied Western Europe, 1940-1945. Warburg Haus, Universität Hamburg, Hamburg, Workshop Markt und Macht. Der Kunsthandel im Dritten Reich.
      • J.J. Euwe, K. Oosterlinck, G. David & N. Goldman (2013, september 23). Art Markets in Occupied Western Europe: A Comparative Perspective. Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, Workshop Market and Might, The Business of Art in the “Third Reich”.
      • J.J. Euwe (2013, maart 21). The Rhine Economy and German Economic Recovery after World War 1. Erasmus University, Rotterdam, 4th Transnational Rhine Conference: ‘Crossing the Rhine. Globalisation and the Impact of War on the Rhine Economy’.
      • J.J. Euwe (2013, januari 7). The wartime Dutch art market in broader perspective. Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Business History Seminar.
      • J.J. Euwe (2011, april 4). The Rhine; Backbone of Dutch-German Interdependence 1918-1933. Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Business History Seminar.
      • J.J. Euwe (2010, november 25). The Rhine; Backbone of Dutch-German Interdependence 1918-1933. Goethe Universität, Frankfurt am Main, 2nd Transnational Rhine Conference: ‘The Coal-based Rhine Economy. Development of an Industrial Region from Basel to Rotterdam, 1850-1950’.
      • J.J. Euwe (2008, maart 27). Le Marché de l’Art en Hollande, 1940-1945. Caen, VIIIe colloque du Groupement de recherche 2539 du CNRS: Culture, presse et entreprises sous l’Occupation. Vecteurs d’idées, médiateurs d’information?.
      • J.J. Euwe (2008, januari 30). Amsterdam as an International Financial Centre, 1914-1933: a consequence of interwoven economies? Paris, Paris School of Economics & IDHE: Financial centres as competing clusters.
      • J.J. Euwe (2008, augustus 21). Amsterdam’s role as an International Financial Centre in Dutch-German Economic Relations, 1914-1931. Bergen, Norway, EBHA – 12th Annual Conference: Transactions and Interactions – The Flow of Goods, Services and Information.
      • J.J. Euwe (2008, juni 12). Amsterdam als Finanzzentrum für Deutschland, 1914-1931. Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität, Münster, Zentrum für Niederlande-Studien der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität Münster: Deutsch-niederländische Wirtschaftsbeziehungen im 20. Jahrhundert.
      • J.J. Euwe (2007, september 1). Dutch-German relations after the Great War: interwoven economies and political détente, 1918-1933. An analytical approach. Paris, Ester Research Development Conference.
      • J.J. Euwe (2008, augustus 18). Nederlandse burger was destijds geldschieter van het Führermuseum. NRC Handelsblad
      • J.J. Euwe (2012, december 21). It is therefore both in the German and in the Dutch Interest: Dutch-German relations after the Great War. Interwoven economies and political détente, 1918-1933. EUR (344 pag.) (Rotterdam: Eigen beheer) Prom./coprom.: prof.dr. H.A.M. Klemann.
  • De Gruyter

    Start date approval
    Mar/2018
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    Place
    BERLIJN
    Specialty
    Economic History and International Relations
  • History of Modern Societies

    Title
    History of Modern Societies
    Year
    2018
    Year level
    (BA-1) (BA-1)

    Capitalism and Inequality

    Title
    Capitalism and Inequality
    Year
    2018
    Year level
    (BA-2) (BA-2)

    Quantitative Historical Methods

    Title
    Quantitative Historical Methods
    Year
    2018
    Year level
    (BA-2) (BA-2)

    Bachelor Thesis Class IR and EH

    Title
    Bachelor Thesis Class IR and EH
    Year
    2018
    Year level
    (BA-3) (BA-3)

    Creative Ind. in the Global Economy

    Title
    Creative Ind. in the Global Economy
    Year
    2018
    Year level
    (MA)

    Glob. and the Mak. of Eur., 1850-pres.

    Title
    Glob. and the Mak. of Eur., 1850-pres.
    Year
    2018
    Year level
    (MA) (MA)

    Histories of Local Creativities

    Title
    Histories of Local Creativities
    Year
    2018
    Year level
    (MA) (MA)
  • Assistant Professor

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication
    Department
    Department of History
    Country
    The Netherlands
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