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Author Eisenberg, Christiane, 1956-
Title Englands Weg in die Marktgesellschaft. English
The rise of market society in England, 1066-1800 / Christiane Eisenberg ; translated by Deborah Cohen.
Imprint New York : Berghahn, 2013.

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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  HF3505 .E58413 2013    AVAILABLE  
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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  HF3505 .E58413 2013    AVAILABLE  
Author Eisenberg, Christiane, 1956-
Series Studies in British and imperial history ; volume 1.
Studies in British and imperial history ; v. 1.
Subject Capitalism -- England -- History.
England -- Commerce -- History.
Genre/Form History.
Description vii, 165 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
Note Translation of the Eisenberg's Englands Weg in die Marktgesellschaft.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 131-161) and index.
Contents Chapter 1. Medieval Foundations of Market Exchange ; Institutions and Law ; Social Structure, Mobility, and Social Relations -- Chapter 2. Growth and Consolidation of Market Exchange in the Early Modern Period ; Impulses toward Commercialization: Population Growth, Agrarian Revolution, and Urbanization ; Reciprocal Effects between Commerce and Industry ; Centralized Production ; Urban Trades ; Rural Proto-industry ; Concentration of Powers: The Financial Revolution of the Eighteenth Century -- Chapter 3. The Embeddedness of Market Exchange ; Generating Trust ; Facts, News, and Periodicity ; Games, Speculation, and the Culture of Commerce -- Conclusions: Commercialization as an Historical Process ; English Market Society in 1800: Regulatory Mechanisms and Directions of Development ; Driving Forces, Path Dependencies, and Development Potential: Perspectives for a Long-term European Comparison.
ISBN 9781782382584 (hardback : alk. paper)
1782382585 (hardback : alk. paper)
9781782382591 (institutional ebook)
1782382593 (ebook)
9781782382591 (ebook)
OCLC # 840477769