Research Output per year
Sabine Go is an assistant professor at the department of Accounting of the VU. She obtained her PhD at the Vrije Universiteit in 2009.
My research is focused on the emergence and development of economic institutions during early modern times in the Low Countries. My current research concerns the occurrence and evolution of contract enforcement mechanisms and the way these have affected economic development in general and behaviour of parties to an industry in particular.
Prizes and Awards
- Received a Grant as PI from NWO (Internationalisering in de Geesteswetenschappen) for the project "Risky Business: Pricing, Governance, and integration in European Insurance Markets, c 1400- c 1870". The project is a collaboration with Dr Giovanni Ceccarelli (University of Parma) and Dr Adrian Leonard (University of Cambridge).
- Awarded the Charles Wendell Research Grant of the New Netherland Institute, Albany, New York, USA.
- Member at the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) in Princeton, New Jersey, USA (fall semester 2018)
- Received an ERC Consolidator Grant as a member of a team led by Professor Maria Fusaro from the University of Exeter to investigate the development of legislation and procedures concerning 'averij grosse' during the early modern period.
No ancillary activities
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VAWO (Academic Union) - Board of Amsterdam section
Research output: Chapter in Book / Report / Conference proceeding › Entry for encyclopedia/dictionary › Academic
Research output: Chapter in Book / Report / Conference proceeding › Chapter › Academic › peer-review
Navigating History: Economy, Society, Knowledge, and Nature: Essays in Honour of Prof. Dr. C.A. DavidsBrandon, P. (ed.), Go, S. C. P. J. (ed.) & Verstegen, S. W. (ed.), Oct 2018, Leiden: Brill. 376 p. (Library of Economic History; vol. 11)
Research output: Book / Report › Book editing › Academic
Activities per year
“Shared burdens: Mutuality, governance constructs, and third-party enforcement in early modern Europe. The case of General Averages in the Netherlands (16th- 17th centuries)”Go, S. C. (Speaker)
Activity: Lecture / Presentation › Academic
S.C. Go (Recipient), 11 Jul 2018
Prize › Academic
Part of team receiving ERC Consolidator Grant for project: "the development of General Average laws and procedures during the Early Modern period". The project is led by prof. Maria Fusaro (University of Exeter)
S.C. Go (Recipient), 2018
Prize › Academic