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Dr Stuart Henderson is a Lecturer in Financial Services at Ulster University. He obtained BSc, MSc and PhD degrees in Finance from Queen’s University Belfast, and also holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Third Level Learning and Teaching from Dublin Institute of Technology.

Stuart’s research interests include banking history and economic history. He is particularly interested in the evolution of personal finance institutions, and in the role of religion in economic development.

Stuart is currently the module co-ordinator for the following modules at Ulster: Undergraduate – Financial Institutions and Markets; Professionalism and Academic Study Skills; Money, Banking and Other Financial Institutions; Postgraduate – Economics; Research Methods in Finance.

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Banking Business & Economics
Ireland Business & Economics
Famine Business & Economics
The Netherlands Business & Economics
Religion Arts & Humanities
Economics Business & Economics
Roman Catholicism Arts & Humanities
Financial markets Business & Economics

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Research Output 2019 2020

The Origins of the (Cooperative) Species: Raiffeisen Banking in the Netherlands, 1898–1909

Colvin, C. L., Henderson, S. & Turner, J. D., 14 Jan 2020, In : European Review of Economic History.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

The Netherlands
Organizational form
Market entry

Religion and development in post-Famine Ireland

Henderson, S., 1 Nov 2019, In : Economic History Review. 72, 4, p. 1251-1285 35 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Roman Catholicism