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I. Introduction
II. Roman Survivals
III. The New Fortifications
VI. The Contour of the First Towns
VII. The Origins of Capital
VIII. The Status of Individuals Within the Town
I IX. The Status of Town Land
X. Types of Towns other than Trading Towns
XI. The Town Constitutions
XII. The Urban Patriciate
XIII. The Democratic Revolution
XIV. Town Populations
XV. Conclusion
I. A General Picture
II. The Travelling Trade before 1300
IV. The Organization of the Hanseatic and English Trade
I. Early Fairs and Markets
II. The Fairs of Champagne and Flanders
III. The Fairs ofChalon, Geneva and Lyons
IV. Fairs of Germany, Scandinavia and Brabant
V. The Smaller Fairs and the End of the Middle Ages
I. Introductory
II. The Permanent Elements
(i) THE DEFENCE OF TRADING INTERESTS
(2) THE DEFENCE OF THE CONSUMER
III. The Elements of Variety and Change
(i) THE EARLY PERIOD: 'FREEDOM' AND FISCAL POLICIES
(2) THE THIRTEENTH CENTURY: SATURATION AND EXPLOITATION
(3) THE LATE MIDDLE AGES: CRISIS AND RESPONSE
I. The Problems of Gild History
II. The Development of Gild Organization
III. Gild Economic Power in Local Trade and Industry
IV. Gild Influence in Export Industry
V. Gild Influence on Investment and Innovation
VI. Conclusions
II. France and England
(2) THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES
(3) THE TWELFTH AND THIRTEENTH CENTURIES
A. Administrative Progress and Urban Liberties
C. Governments and Economic Affairs
(4) THE LATER MIDDLE AGES
B. Wages, Agriculture and Industry
C. The Home Market and the Foreign Trader
D. The Balance of Trade and the Organization of Commerce
III. The Low Countries
(i) INTRODUCTION
(2) THE PRINCES AND THE TOWNS
(4) INTERNAL TRADE: THE ECONOMIC FRAMEWORK OF THE COUNTRY
(5) INTERNAL TRADE: THE STAPLES
(6) INDUSTRY
B. The Early Kingdoms of Poland and Scandinavia
D. The Establishment of the Teutonic Order
F. The Scandinavian Kingdoms in the Later Middle Ages
G. Conclusions
(2) GOVERNMENTS AND TRADE
A. The Achievement ofHanseatic Supremacy in the Baltic
B. The Commercial Policy of the Teutonic Order
V. The Italian and Iberian Peninsulas
(2) PROMOTING A BALANCED ECONOMY
A. Supply of Commodities of Prime Necessity
B. Stabilization of Prices
C. Control of the Supply of Precious Metals
(3) INCREASING PRODUCTION
(4) IMPROVING THE MECHANISM OF THE MARKET
(i) THE THIRTEENTH CENTURY: A GENERAL SURVEY
(2) ROYAL CREDIT DEALINGS WITH PROFESSIONAL FINANCIERS (AFTER I285)
(3) BORROWING FROM OFFICIALS AND 'FORCED LOANS*
(4) THE DECLINE AND REVIVAL OF THE FRENCH MONARCHY, I380-I483
VI. The Netherlands
(i) THE NETHERLANDS BEFORE THE FORMATION OF THE BURGUNDIAN STATE
(2) THE BURGUNDIAN STATE (TO 1477)
(i) INTRODUCTORY
(2) ROYAL CREDIT OPERATIONS
(3) CREDIT OPERATIONS OF GERMAN PRINCES
VIII. The Towns of Northern Europe
(2) THE FRENCH TOWNS
(3) THE TOWNS OF THE NETHERLANDS
A. Flemish Towns (Thirteenth to Fourteenth Centuries)
B. The Belgian Towns in the Burgundian Period
(4) THE GERMAN TOWNS
I. Environment and Sources
II. Doctrines of Wealth
III. The Acquisition of Property
IV. Lawful Incomes
V. Social Status
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The Cambridge Economic History of Europe, Volume 3

The Cambridge Economic History of Europe, Volume 3

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