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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
R H Britnell
|Description:||1 volume [xviii, 330] pages ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Contents: Introduction; Local trade, remote trade: institutions, information and market integration, 1050-1330; English markets and royal administration before 1200; Boroughs, markets and trade in Northern England, 1000-1216; King John's early grants of markets and fairs; The proliferation of markets in England, 1200-1349; Burghal characteristics of market towns in medieval England; The making of Witham; Commercialisation and economic development in England, 1000-1300; Specialization of work in England, 1100-1300; Sedentary long-distance trade and the English merchant class in 13th-century England; England and Northern Italy in the early 14th century: the economic contrasts; The towns of England and Northern Italy in the early 14th century; Minor landlords in England and medieval agrarian capitalism; Production for the market on a small 14th-century estate; The Pastons and their Norfolk; Advantagium mercatoris: a custom in medieval trade; Forstall, forestalling and the Statute of Forestallers; Price-setting in English borough markets, 1349-1500; Urban economic regulation and economic morality in medieval England; Urban demand in the English economy, 1300-1600; Commerce and capitalism in late medieval England: problems of description and theory; Index.|
|Series Title:||Collected studies, CS918.|
'Medieval historians owe a debt to Ashgate for their Variorum Collected Studies series, which has made conveniently available so many valuable essays widely scattered in their original published
- Markets -- England -- History -- To 1500.
- England -- Commerce -- History.
- England -- Economic conditions -- 1066-1485.
- Economic history.
- England -- Commerce -- History
- Markets -- England -- History -- To 1500