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Rasheed Saleuddin


Rasheed Saleuddin is PhD student with a MSc from the London School of Economics in Regulation research (with distinction) and a MPhil in Economic and Social History (with distinction) from Cambridge. Rasheed's research covers the regulation of commodity markets in the US during the interwar period, and the social, political and economic environments within which the regime was created. His research is supervised by D'Maris Coffman.

Departments and Institutes

Darwin College:

Research Interests

History of organizations (especially member associations and the World Bank), financial regulation in history and post-crisis, transparency and irrationality in financial markets, commodity futures markets from 1900, modern and early modern financial history, sociology of economic and risk modeling


Fixed Income Analysis (for MPhil and MFin students), Cambridge Judge Business School 2016

Other Professional Activities

CERF (Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance) PhD Scholar 2014-2016

Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts

Centre for Financial History, Newnham College, Cambridge


  • American History

Other Publications

Regulating securitized products: a post crisis guide.  2015. Palgrave Macmillan