work in progress

Initial public offerings in the long run (joint with Nadja Dwenger, Olaf Ehrhardt and Patrick Kozik)

Income Inequality and social mobility- 100 years of Germany industrial history- the Maschinenfabrik Esslingen. The project is funded by the German research Foundation (DFG).

Individual Experience and saving behavior. (joint with Jochen Streb and Andreas Neumayer) . The project is funded by the German research Foundation (DFG).

recent working papers

Lehmann-Hasemeyer, S. H., Neumayer, A., & Streb, J. (2022). Heterogeneous savers and their inflation expectation during German industrialization: Social class, wealth, and gender (No. 33). Working Papers of the Priority Programme 1859″ Experience and Expectation. Historical Foundations of Economic Behaviour”. under review


Lehmann-Hasemeyer, S. H., Prettner, K., and Tscheuschner, P. (2023). The scientific revolution and its role in the transition to sustained economic growth. World Development Volume 168, August 2023, 106262

Fattmann, R., Lehmann-Hasemeyer, S. and Spoerer, Mark (2022): “Gender”, in: Thomas Rahlf (ed.): Deutschland in Daten. Zeitreihen zur Historischen Statistik. Bundeszentrale für Politische Bildung, Bonn 2022. 

Lehmann-Hasemeyer, S. and Neumayer, A. (2022). The limits of control: corporate ownership and control of German joint-stock firms, 1869–1945. in Financial History Review Volume 29 , Issue 2 , August 2022 , pp. 152 – 197

Lehmann-Hasemeyer, S. and Streb. J (2021). Finanzierung von Innovationen durch die deutschen Börsen von 1896 bis 1932. In Zeitschrift für das gesamte Kreditwesen. (74), 36- 41.

Lehmann-Hasemeyer, S. and Wahl, F. (2020): The German bank–growth nexus revisited: savings banks and economic growth in Prussia. Economic History Review, 74(1), 204-222.

Lehmann-Hasemeyer, S., and Streb, J. (2020). Discrimination against Foreigners: The Wuerttemberg Patent Law in Administrative Practice. The Journal of Economic History, 80(4), 1071-1100.

Lehmann-Hasemeyer, S. and Neumayer, A. (2019): Does the preference for investment in local firms rise in turbulent times? Evidence from the portfolio of Joseph Frisch, private banker (1923–55). Journal of Business History/Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte, 64(1), 1-18.

Lehmann-Hasemeyer, S. and Opitz, A. (2019): The value of active politicians on supervisory boards: evidence from the Berlin stock exchange and the parliament in interwar Germany. Scandinavian Economic History Review, 67(1), 71-89.

Lehmann-Hasemeyer, S. and Streb, J. (2018): Does Social Security Crowd Out Private Savings? The Case of Bismarck’s System of Social Insurance. European Review of Economic History, 22(3), 298–321.

Lehmann-Hasemeyer, S and Streb, J. (2016): The Berlin Stock Exchange in Imperial Germany – a Market for New Technology? American Economic Review, 106(11), 3558–3576.

Burhop, C. and Lehmann-Hasemeyer, S. (2016): The Berlin stock exchange and the geography of German stock markets in 1913. European Review of Economic History, 20(4), 429-451.

Lehmann-Hasemeyer, S., Hauber, P., Opitz, A. (2014): The political stock market in the German Kaiserreich – do markets punish the extension of the suffrage to the benefit of the working class? Evidence from Saxony. Journal of Economic History, 74 (4), 1140-1167.

Lehmann S. (2014): Taking Firms to the Stock Market: IPOs and the Importance of Large Banks in Imperial Germany 1896-1913. Economic History Review , 67(1), 92–122.

Lehmann-Hasemeyer, S., and Burhop, C. (2014). Die Geographie der deutschen Börsen im Wandel (1913 – 1937. Bankhistorisches Archiv, 40(1-2), 23-37.

Lehmann S. and O’Rourke K. H. (2011): The Structure of Protection and Growth in the Late 19th Century. Review of Economics and Statistics, 93(2), 606–616.

Lehmann S. and Volckart O. (2011): The Political Economy of Agricultural Protection in 19th Century Sweden. European Review of Economic History, 15(1), 29-59.

Lehmann S. (2011): Die Bedeutung der Emissionsbanken auf dem deutschen Aktienmarkt 1896-1913. Vierteljahresschrift für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte , 98(3), 331-340.

Lehmann S., (2010): Chaotic Shop-Talk or Efficient Parliament? The Reichstag, the Parties, and the Problem of Governmental Instability in the Weimar Republic. Public Choice, 144(1), 83- 104.

Lehmann S. (2010): The German elections in the 1870s: who caused the turn towards protectionism? Journal of Economic History, 70(01), 146-178.

Edited books

S. Lehmann-Hasemeyer and J. Hanitsch (Hg.) (2022). Gert Kollmer- von Oheimb-Loup, Südwestdeutsche Wirtschaftsgeschichte.

C. Burhop and S. Lehmann-Hasemeyer (Hg.) (2018) Börsengeschichte / Stock Market History. Jahrbuch für Wirtschaftsgeschichte. De Gruyter.

G. Kollmer-von Oheimb-Loup, S. Lehmann-Hasemeyer, Stefanie van de Kerkhof (Hg.) (2017) Ökonomie und Ethik. Ostfildern: Jan Thorbecke Verlag, (Stuttgarter Historische Studien zur Landes- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte, Band 28) ISBN: 978-3-7995-5579-1

G. Kollmer-von Oheimb-Loup, S. Lehmann, J. Streb (Hg.) (2014) Chancen und Risiken internationaler Integration. Mikro- und makroökonomische Folgen der Internationalisierung. Ostfildern: Jan Thorbecke Verlag, (Stuttgarter Historische Studien zur Landes- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte, Band 22) ISBN: 978-3-7995-5573-9