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Monetary Policy and Central Banking in Contemporary Japan by Hugh T. Patrick (pp. 606-608) Review by: M. Bronfenbrenner. Read Online Download PDF Save Cite this Item xml. Essays in Economic History, Vols. II and III by E. M. Carus-Wilson. Essays in Economic History, Vols. II and III by E. M. Carus-Wilson (p. 608) Review by: Ian M. Drummond.
Appleby, A. B. (1978) Famine in Tudor and Stuart England.Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press.
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Native Sources is a collection of seminal essays on the demographic, economic, and social history of Tokugawa and modern Japan by one of the most eminent historians of Japan in this country. Gathered together for the first time and made accessible to students and scholars, Professor Smith's essays are indispensable reading for anyone interested in Japan's remarkable history. Categories.
Within the overall theme, the essays address a number of different questions in medieval economic and social history, focussing in particular on the activities of merchants, their trade, legal interactions and identities, and on the importance of money and credit in the rural and urban economies. Other essays look more widely at patterns of immigration to London, trade and royal policy, and.
Japan could sustain its industrialisation thrust in the early 20th century on a nation-wide scale partly because of the growing vitality of its equity markets in Tokyo and Osaka. By contrast.
Tracing their modern history to the late Industrial Revolution, public companies now employ more people and generate more of wealth in the United Kingdom economy than any other form of organisation. The United Kingdom was the first country to draft modern corporation statutes, where through a simple registration procedure any investors could incorporate, limit liability to their commercial.
Description: This volume contains selected essays from a conference held in November 2013 to celebrate the contribution to scholarship of the medieval historian Professor James L. Bolton. Within the overall theme, the essays address a number of different questions in medieval economic and social history, focussing in particular on the activities of merchants, their trade, legal interactions.
This article uses a rational choice model of the origins of democracy to analyze the political history of medieval England from the Norman conquest to the Hundred Years War. Why did a country just taken over by a ruler more autocratic than his predecessors develop a political system increasingly dominated by the rule of law and protodemocratic institutions? The authors argue that.
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Medieval Scottish economic and social history has held little interest for a unionist establishment but, just when a recovery of historic independence begins to seem possible, this paper tackles a (perhaps the) key pre-1424 source. It is compared with a Rutland text, in a context of foreign history, both English and continental. The Berwickshire text is not, as was suggested in 2014, a.