|Continental Europe as an economic area I|
|Chronological arrangement of the subject ||3|
|Intellectual background ||5|
|The Renaissance and its effect on the economy ||5|
|The Reformation and a new concept of economy ||7|
|PART ONE The Economic Development of Continental Europe, 1500-1630 13|
|i. ||Population Movements 15|
|ii. ||Organization of Production 28|
|i. ||Continental states and the rise of mercantilism 28|
|The main areas of economic activity ||56|
|Agriculture, landlords and tenants ||56|
|Gutswirtschaft or demesne farming ||63|
|Craft guilds, the putting-out system and
the workshop ||75|
|Entrepreneur and worker ||78|
|Technological developments ||85|
|iii. ||Production 89|
|i. ||Agrarian production 89|
|a. ||Farming and livestock 89|
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Book title: The Rise of the European Economy:An Economic History of Continental Europe from the Fifteenth to the Eighteenth Century.
Contributors: Hermann Kellenbenz - Author, Gerhard Benecke - Editor.
Publisher: Holmes & Meier.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1976.
Page number: Not available.
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