A definitive economic history of the Balkans, making extensive use of native-language primary sources, first published in 1997.
- Cambridge University Press
- Publication date:
- Cambridge Studies in Modern Economic History Series, #6
- Product dimensions:
- 5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 1.14(d)
Table of Contents
List of Tables; Preface; Part I. The Balkan Economies during the Ottoman Period to 1878: 1. Balkan population 1790–1914; 2. The Balkans under the Ottomans 1800–1860s: institutional change and economic progress; 3. Agriculture and industry in Ottoman Bulgaria in the twilight of Ottoman rule; 4. Serbia 1815–75: institutions, resources and market forces; 5. Bosnia and Montenegro before 1878; 6. The Ottoman Balkans and free Serbia: economic conditions and 'renascence'; Part II. Economic Decline and Political Freedom 1878–1914: 7. Bulgaria after 1878: origins of productive decline; 8. Bosnia and Montenegro: political change and economic development 1878–1914; 9. The Balkan textile industries 1878–1914: markets, technology, labour; 10. Serbia and Bulgaria 1878–1914: modernization and productive decline; 11. Economic change in Macedonia and Thrace 1878–1914; 12. Summary and conclusions; Bibliography.
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