The Rise of the European Economy: An Economic History of Continental Europe from the Fifteenth to the Eighteenth Century

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Index
Aachen, 82, 104, 109, 119, 252-3, 254
Aargau, 122-3, 263
Abbéville, 208, 247
Åbenrå, 269
Åbo (Turku), 51, 170, 272, 298
Acciaioli, 78
Admont, 127
Agricola, Georg, 85
agriculture, 26, 27, 56-75, 89-99, 214, 226, 236-41; see also cattle-breeding
Alba, Duke of, 40
Albert, Duke of Prussia, 27
Ålborg, 274, 299-300
Ålborg, 274, 299-300
Albrecht, of Hohenzollern, Archbishop of Mainz and Magdeburg, Bishop of Halberstadt, 172, 174, 184
Albrecht Alcibiades, Margrave, 172, 175
alcoholic beverages, 94-5, 127-8, 274-5
Alençon, 119, 209
Alexandria, 145
Alexis, Tsar of Russia, 49, 101, 220, 266
Algiers, 145
Alingsås, 267
Allason von Rumberg, 264
Allgäu 17, 288
Als ( Alsen), 65
Alsace, 16, 18, 40, 42, 94, 283, 288, 311
Alsen, see Als
Alströmer, 240, 267
Altena, 107, 194
Altenberg, 110, 252
Altenburg, see Magyarovár
Altenstetter, David, 273
Altona, 8, 25, 171, 245, 269
Älvsborg, 131, 319
Amager, 27
Amberg, 108, 110
Amiens, 119, 209
Amsterdam 8, 26, 54, 159, 178, 189, 192, 194, 204, 252, 278, 287-8, 290, 299, 302, 305-6, 309, 320, 326
Ancona, 289
Andernach, 118
Angers, 275
Anhalt, 236
Anjou, 94
Anklam, 270
Anna, Empress of Russia, 232
Annaberg, 107
Annoni family, 132
Ansbach, 257
Antwerp, 24, 67, 136, 137, 138, 145, 174-5, 178, 189, 288, 296-7
Apian, Philipp, 132
Appenzell, 122, 293
Apraxin, 309
Arboga, 170
Arbon, 122, 262
Archangel, 20, 47, 117, 135, 143, 144, 149, 160-I, 163, 219, 282, 296, 289-9
Ardennes, 104, 106, 137
Arfwedsson, 302
Århus, 300
Armenia, 282, 283
Armenians, 143, 163, 282-3, 287
Ärö (Arrø), 65
Arnold Company, 276
Arnoldstein, 114
Arnstadt, 108
Aschersleben, 280
Asten, Matthias von, 260
Astrakhan, 19, 46, 143, 159-60, 162, 282-3, 298
Aude, 277
Augsburg, 16, 17, 21, 31-2, 37, 76, 77, 79, 81, 82, 94, 101, 114-15, 120,

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The Rise of the European Economy: An Economic History of Continental Europe from the Fifteenth to the Eighteenth Century
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • The Rise of the European Economy *
  • Contents *
  • Foreword *
  • Introduction *
  • Part One- The Economic Development of Continental Europe 1500- 1630 *
  • I- Population Movements *
  • II- Organization of Production *
  • III- Production *
  • IV- Service Industries *
  • V- Prices and Wages *
  • Part Two- The Economic Development of Continental Europe 1630-1750 194
  • I- Intellectual Movements *
  • II- Population Movements *
  • III- State Planning and the Economy *
  • IV- Production *
  • Service Industries *
  • VI- Money, Credit and Insurance *
  • VII- Conclusion *
  • Select Bibliography *
  • Index *
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