Money, Markets and Trade in Late Medieval Europe - Essays in by Lawrin Armstrong, Ivana Elbl, Martin M. Elbl

By Lawrin Armstrong, Ivana Elbl, Martin M. Elbl

The quantity explores past due medieval industry mechanisms and linked institutional, financial and fiscal, organizational, decision-making, felony and moral concerns, in addition to chosen facets of construction, intake and marketplace integration. The essays span a number of neighborhood, nearby, and long-distance markets and networks.

To mark Munro's retirement from educating economics and Medieval reviews on the collage of Toronto, colleagues and previous scholars convened a world workshop there in March of 2004 to speak about his favourite themes. the nineteen essays--not exactly the ones presented--discuss cash and ethics, taxation and profit, expenditure and warfare, land and hard work, marketplace integration, long-distance exchange and markets, and neighborhood and native markets. between issues maybe rather germane to this present day are calculating earnings and losses in the course of the Hundred Years warfare, Egyptian specie markets and the overseas gold predicament of the early fifteenth century, and cultivating and eating medieval Lübeck's gardens. Annotation ©2007 booklet information, Inc., Portland, OR

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32 JOHN H. A. ” Paper presented to the conference “An Urban Context: Medieval and Modern Cities,” organized by the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies and the Arizona State College of Business, at Phoenix, Arizona, on 26 March 1988. ” Paper presented to the Anglo-Low Countries Conference on the New Draperies, sponsored by the Pasold Research Fund, London, and the Workshop on Quantitative Economic History, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, at Leuven, Belgium, on 14 April 1988. ” Paper presented to the Economic History Workshop, University of Toronto, on 24 October 1988.

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