Manors and markets : economy and society in the Low Countries, 500-1600
B. J. P. van Bavel (Author)
The Low Countries - an area roughly embracing the present-day kingdoms of the Netherlands and Belgium - underwent remarkable developments in the Middle Ages. Manors and Markets charts the social and economic history of this vibrant region from the early medieval period to the seventeenth century.
Print Book, English, 2016
Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2016
492 pages ; 24 cm
1: Introduction: Purpose, Context, and Approach2: The Emergence of a Regional Framework in the Early and High Middle Ages: Land and Occupation3: The Emergence of a Regional Framework in the Early and High Middle Ages: Power, Property, and Social Structures4: The Economy: Agriculture and Industries in the Early and High Middle Ages5: The Rise and the Institutional Framework of Markets in the High and Late Middle Ages6: Social Change in the Late Middle Ages7: The Economy in the Late Middle Ages: Agriculture and Industries8: Economic Growth and Social Change in the Very Long Run
Originally published: 2010