A History of the European Economy, 1000-2000 by Francois Crouzet
By Francois Crouzet
Книга A historical past of the ecu financial system, 1000-2000 A heritage of the ecu economic system, 1000-2000Книги Экономика Автор: Francois Crouzet Год издания: 2001 Формат: pdf Издат.:University of Virginia Press Страниц: 329 Размер: 2,4 ISBN: 0813920256 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Considering Europe as an entire instead of as a mosaic of person states, François Crouzet offers right here an available, enticing historical past of the ecu financial system throughout the moment millennium. Stressing the typical fiscal associations shared through the years by means of the several areas of Europe and the networks of relatives that experience associated them, Crouzet examines pan- eu alterations and integration instead of simply the actual studies of person international locations. A historical past of the ecu economic system, 1000-2000 is going past addressing the ancient ramifications of exchange within the eu economic system to surround difficulties corresponding to the diffusion of know-how, the migration of capital and hard work, diasporas and minorities, and nationwide range. by means of stressing the historic origins of the force towards eu integration and its growth the entire method to the delivery of the euro, Crouzet promises an unique and complete review of ecu monetary heritage.
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With widened horizons in the thirteenth century as a consequence of the Fourth Crusade, Venice and later Genoa established a colonial empire of trading posts in the former Byzantine Empire; their merchants and ships entered the Black Sea and in its eastern ports made contacts with Asian merchants, who had been able to travel so far thanks to the peace that prevailed in the Mongol empire. The Muslim Middle East was thus left out of the loop. A few Westerners traveled as far as China—the best known being the Venetian Marco Polo, who wrote his Book of Marvels after returning from a long stay in China (1275–1291).
Rural population in several areas actually reached levels close to those of the eighteenth century, but the Celtic fringes of the British Isles, Scandinavia, and most of east-central and eastern Europe retained low densities. This increased population was mobile; it is a serious mistake to believe in the immobility of the medieval (and early modern) peasantry. Many people migrated to the towns and to the “frontier” (in the American sense) in eastern Europe and elsewhere. This stimulated intra-European trade, and all in all the rise of a market economy was a direct response to population growth.
Often interdependent, they as a whole made it possible to feed many more people. One was the heavy-wheeled plow, with its asymmetrical iron share, moldboard, and coulter, which had been invented in southern Germany. It made deep furrows and turned the sod over and was capable of breaking and turning heavy but fertile soils, which had previously been left uncultivated. 13 The efﬁciency of the plow was much increased by the substitution, again mainly in the north, of horses for oxen as draft animals.