Economic and Social History of Medieval Europe

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GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY
There exists no collection of sources specially devoted to conomic and social history. But documents of all kinds relating to the latter: polyptycha, terriers, urbaren, records, weistümer, industrial regulations, accounts of administrative bodies both public and private, correspondence, etc., have been published in every country, and continue to be published in increasing numbers. It would serve no useful purpose to mention them here. The reader will find references to these and other sources for the different countries and periods in the works cited in the course of the following pages.Moreover, in addition to documents directly concerned with social and economic development, the historian who deals with this subject must necessarily be familiar also with the sources for the general history of the period with which he is dealing. This is particularly true of the Middle Ages, for which a great part of his material is derived as much from annals, chronicles and memoirs as from public and private acts, cartularies, registers, custumals, etc. Thus a complete bibliography of social and economic history would resolve itself into a bibliography of all the sources for the history of the Middle Ages.The writer has, therefore, been content to set down modern works dealing with economic and social development throughout the Middle Ages, or for a great part of the period, either in general or in a particular country, together with those which trace the general history of a particular aspect of that development. Bibliographies relating to special questions have been added to each chapter.
GENERAL SURVEYS
K. Bücher, Die Entstehung der Volkwirtschaft ( 1893), Tübingen, 7th ed., 1910.
W. Cunningham, An Essay on Western Civilisation in Its Economic Aspects, Cambridge, 1898-1900, 2 vols.
M. Kowalewsky, Die ökonongsche Entwickelung Europas biszum Beginn der kapitalistischen Wirtschaftsform

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