Carnevali, F. and Newton, L. (2013) Pianos for the people: the manufacture, marketing and sale of pianos as consumer durables, 1850-1914. Enterprise and Society, 14 (1). pp. 37-70. ISSN 1467-2235 doi: 10.1093/es/khs042
Scott, P. and Newton, L. A. (2012) Advertising, promotion, and the rise of a national building society movement in interwar Britain. Business History, 54 (3). pp. 399-423. ISSN 1743-7938 doi: 10.1080/00076791.2011.638489
Newton, L. A. (2010) The birth of joint-stock banking: a comparison of England and New England in the nineteenth century. Business History Review, 84 (1). pp. 27-52. ISSN 2044-768X
Scott, P. and Newton, L. (2007) Jealous monopolists? British banks and responses to the Macmillan gap during the 1930s. Enterprise & Society, 8 (4). pp. 881-919. ISSN 1467-2235 doi: 10.1093/es/khm104
Newton, L. and Cottrell, P. (2006) Female investors in the first English and Welsh commercial joint-stock banks.Accounting, Business & Financial History, 16 (2). pp. 315-340. ISSN 0958-5206 doi: 10.1080/09585200600756316
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Jones, G. and Newton, L. (2009) The decline and renewal of British multinational banking. In: Coopey, R. and Lyth, P.(eds.) Business in Britain in the twentieth century: decline and renaissance? Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 207-224. ISBN 9780199226009 doi: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199226009.003.0012
Newton, L. (2009) British retail banking in the twentieth century: decline and renaissance in industrial lending. In:Coopey, R. and Lyth, P. (eds.) Business in Britain in the twentieth century: decline and renaissance? Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 189-206. ISBN 9780199226009 doi: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199226009.003.0011
Newton, L. (2008) Capital networks in the Sheffield region, 1850-1885. In: Casson, M. and Della Giusta, M. (eds.) The Economics of Networks. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. ISBN 9781847203656
Newton, L. and Cottrell, P.L. (2008) Female investors in the first English and Welsh commercial joint-stock banks. In:Laurence, A., Maltby, J. and Rutterford, J. (eds.) Women and their money, 1700-1950. Routledge, London, pp. 115-132. ISBN 9780415419765
Newton, L., Cottrell, P.L., Maltby, J. and Rutterford, J. (2008) Women and wealth: the nineteenth century in Great Britain. In: Laurence, A., Maltby, J. and Rutterford, J. (eds.) Woman and their money, 1700-1950. Routledge, London, pp. 86-94. ISBN 9780415419765
Newton, L. (2003) Government, the banks and industry in interwar Britain. In: Gourvish, T. (ed.) Business and politics in Europe, 1900–1970: essays in honour of Alice Teichova. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 145-170. ISBN 9780521823449
Newton, L. (2003) Capital networks in the Sheffield region, 1850-1885. In: Wilson, J.F. and Popp, A. (eds.) Industrial clusters and regional business networks in England, 1750-1970. Ashgate, Aldershot, pp. 130-154. ISBN 9780754607618
Scott, P. and Newton, L., (2009) Advertising, promotion, and the rise of a national building society movement in interwar Britain. Discussion Paper. Henley Business School pp39. (Unpublished)
Newton, L., (2007) Change and continuity: the development of joint stock banking in the early nineteenth century.Discussion Papers in Management. 040/2007. Discussion Paper. University of Reading, Reading.
Dr Lucy Newton Full List of Academic Publications
Conferences organised at the Centre for International Business History, Henley Business School, and external funding received:
2000: 'Financing growth: institutional development of the financial service sector 1700-1970'
2001: 'Industrial districts and regions'
2003: 'Trust and reputation in business'
Invitations have been made to speak at national and international conferences and seminar series, including those held at the Business History Unit, London School of Economics; The Business History Conference, USA; the History Department, University of Birmingham; and the Business Archives Council annual conference.
Papers have also been presented at conferences after competitive submissions to the following: the European Business History Association Annual Conference; the Association of Business Historians Annual Conference; the Economic History Society Annual Conference; the Business History Conference, USA; conferences of the European Association of Banking History; and conferences at the Business School, University of Warwick.