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Trade, urban hinterlands and market integration, c.1300-1600 a collection of working papers given at a conference organised by the Centre for Metropolitan History and supported by the Economic and Social Research Council, 7 July 1999

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Published by Centre for Metropolitan History, Institute of Historical Research in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Metropolitan areas -- Economic aspects -- England -- Congresses.,
  • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- England -- Congresses.,
  • London Metropolitan Area (England) -- Commerce -- History -- To 1500.,
  • London Metropolitan Area (England) -- Commerce -- History -- 16th century -- Congresses.,
  • London Metropolitan Area (England) -- Economic conditions -- 16th century -- Congresses.,
  • England -- Commerce -- History -- To 1500 -- Congresses.,
  • England -- Commerce -- History -- 16th century -- Congresses.,
  • England -- Economic conditions -- 1066-1485 -- Congresses.,
  • England -- Economic conditions -- 16th century -- Congresses.

Book details:

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Includes bibliographical references.

Statementedited by James A. Galloway.
GenreCongresses.
SeriesCentre for Metropolitan History working papers -- no. 3
ContributionsGalloway, James A., University of London. Centre for Metropolitan History., Economic and Social Research Council.
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 109 p. :
Number of Pages109
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18443163M
ISBN 101871348552

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In: Trade, Urban Hinterlands and Market Integration c CMH Working Paper Series. UNSPECIFIED. Nightingale, Pamela () Norwich, London, and the regional integration of Norfolk's economy in the first half of the fourteenth century. In: Trade, Urban Hinterlands and Market Integration c CMH Working Paper Series. Dyer, Christopher () Trade, urban hinterlands and market integration, a summing up. In: Trade, Urban Hinterlands and Market Integration c CMH Working Paper Series. . 6. Trade, urban hinterlands and market integration, – a summing up CHRISTOPHER DYER Historians of towns and trade must take advantage of a number of geographical theories. 1 These include the identification of towns as central places, which serve the commercial, administrative, religious and cultural needs of their ‘spheres of. R. Britnell, ‘ Urban Demand in the English Economy, – ’,i n Trade, Urban Hinterlands and Market Integration c – , ed. J. Galloway (London: Centre for Metropolitan.

Nightingale, P., ‘Norwich, London, and the Regional Integration of Norfolk's Economy in the First Half of the Fourteenth Century’, in Trade, Urban Hinterlands and Market Integration c. –, ed. Galloway, James (London: Centre for Metropolitan History Working Paper Series 3, ).   Book Reviews Book Reviews Books reviewed: Great Britain and Ireland Old age in English history: past experiences, present times, Virginia Berridge Women in medieval English society, P.J.P Goldberg Trade, urban hinterlands and market integration, Phillipp Schofield Historical accounting records: a guide for archivists and researchers, Marianne Pitts The development . 16 E.g. D. J. Keene, Survey of medieval Winchester, 2 vols., Winchester Studies, 2 (Oxford, ); Palliser ed., Cambridge urban history; C. Dyer, ‘Trade, urban hinterlands and market integration, –’, in J. A. Galloway ed., Trade, urban hinterlands and market integration, c– a collection of working papers given at a conference organised by the Centre for Metropolitan.   The origins of the market are obscure, but substantial documentary evidence survives from the eleventh century onward, when chartered markets and new towns were established across Western Europe. The expansion of the market system is important for business history because it created new opportunities for business growth.

Nightingale, Pamela () Norwich, London, and the regional integration of Norfolk's economy in the first half of the fourteenth century. In: Trade, Urban Hinterlands and Market Integration c CMH Working Paper Series. Centre for Metropolitan History. In: Trade, Urban Hinterlands and Market Integration c Working Papers Series. Center for Metropolitan History, London, UK, pp. ISBN Full text not archived in this repository. It is advisable to refer to the publisher's version if you intend to cite from this work. See Guidance on citing. “One Market or Many? London and the Grain Trade of England.” In Trade, Urban Hinterlands, and Market Integration c. , edited by Galloway, James A., 23 – London: Centre of Metropolitan History, Schoolbibliotheek Jongensschool nr.7 [Markgravelei/Antwerpen]]]>.