The Cambridge Economic History of Europe from the Decline of the Roman Empire: Volume 4, The Economy of Expanding Europe in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries

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E. E. Rich, C. H. Wilson
CUP Archive, 1967 - Business & Economics - 674 pages
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Examines the economic history of Europe during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
 

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Contents

Chapter I
1
Demographic Recovery and Advance
20
A Century of Reverses
40
Chapter II
96
Biology Medicine and Health
134
Science and Technology in the Industrial Revolution
144
Transport and Trade Routes
155
Chapter IV
220
Slavery and Sugar
311
Indian and Negro in the Spanish Empire
314
The Slave Trade and National Rivalries
323
West Indian Sugar and Slavery
338
English and French Slave Trades
345
The North American Colonies
358
Labour and Rule in the Spice Islands
364
Chapter VII
374

Chapter V
275
The Economic Effects of Crop Dispersal page 286
288
The Sugar Trade
289
The Tobacco Trade
293
The Beverages Trades
295
The Potato in Europe
299
Chapter VI
302
Slaves from West Africa
308
By F P Braudel Directeur du Centre de Recherchcs Historiques Professeur au College de France and F Spooner Professor of Economic History Univer...
378
The Secular Trend
391
Cycles and Cyclical Movements
430
Conclusions and a Summary of Explanations
442
Chapter VIII
487
Bibliographies
577
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