Dr Hannah Robb is an Economic History Society Research Fellow at the University of Durham, having recently completed her PhD at the University of Manchester on the role of credit as both an economic and social means of exchange in late fifteenth-century England.
In her contribution to the Research Exchange, she discusses the research behind her recent article ‘Reputation in the fifteenth century credit market; some tales from the ecclesiastical courts of York’, Cultural & Social History, vol. 15, no. 3 (2018), pp. 297-313.