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Maurits den Hollander, MA

  • Prof. Cobbenhagenlaan 221, Montesquieu Building, room M 434

    5037 DE Tilburg

    Netherlands

20182019
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Personal profile

Career

Maurits den Hollander (MA) graduated in Medieval History at Leiden University, with a thesis on comparative cultures of accountability in Scotland and Holland between 1477 and 1515. His research interests span a broad range of financial, political and institutional topics, but in the last years he has focused on late medieval governmental auditing bodies and local financial crisis management in the northern Habsburg Netherlands around 1500. Currently, Maurits is working on a PhD in Legal History at the Department of Public Law, Jurisprudence and Legal History of Tilburg University as part of the ERC-funded project www.clls.eu. His thesis focusses on insolvency legislation in 17th century Amsterdam.

Education/Academic qualification

History, Master’s Degree, Leiden University

1 Sep 201531 Aug 2017

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auditing Social Sciences
chamber Social Sciences
audit Social Sciences
responsibility Social Sciences
Law Social Sciences
historian Social Sciences
history Social Sciences
bureaucracy Social Sciences

Research Output 2018 2019

On the relations between law and history

den Hollander, M., 17 Apr 2019, In : Forum Historiae Iuris. p. 1-8 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleScientificpeer-review

Open Access
Law
historian
history
legal system
present

Comparative cultures of accountability: The Scottish Exchequer and the Audit Chamber of Holland between 1477 and 1515

den Hollander, M., Dec 2018, In : Comparative Legal History. 6, 2, p. 158-183 26 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleScientificpeer-review

Open Access
auditing
chamber
audit
responsibility
bureaucracy

Press / Media

Prizes / Recognition

Fruinprijs

Maurits den Hollander (Recipient), 2017

Prize

history
thesis