Commercial Revolution of the Middle Ages, 950-1350by Robert S. Lopez
Pub. Date: 01/01/1971
Publisher: Prentice Hall
An analysis of the economic structure of the Middle Ages making use of modern economic concepts to explain how an underdeveloped economic system gave birth to the commercial revolution which shaped Europe. Previously published by Prentice-Hall.
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Table of Contents
1. Roman and Barbarian precedents; 2. The growth of self-centered agriculture; 3. The take-off of the commercial revolution; 4. The uneven diffusion of commercialization; 5. Between crafts and industry; 6. The response of the agricultural society; Index.
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