Hungary and the European economy in early modern times

Zsigmond Pál Pach

In the age of overseas colonization and the rise of intracontinental trade, Western Europe'a intercontinental trade with East-Central Europe did not diminish either, but considerably increased in both quantity and significance. Commercial relations within Europe also became a substantial factor in the emerging system of world economy. The "Western challenge" had a profound impact on East-Central Europe, and the 15th-17th centuries proved to be a crucial period for the "economic destiny" of East-Central Europe, among them Hungary. This book analyses the economic history of Europe during the early modern period.

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[目次]

  • The development of feudal rent in Hungary in the 15th century
  • der Bauernaufstand vom jahre 1514 und die "zweite Leibeigenschazft"
  • 16th century Hungary - commercial activity and market production by the nobles
  • Corvees et travail salarie dans les exploitations seigneuriales de la Hongrie des XVIe et XVIIe siecles
  • neuvieme et dime seigneuriale au XVIIe siecle en Hongrie
  • Leventine trade and Hungary in the Middle Ages (theses, controversies, arguments)
  • the Transylvanian route of Levantine trade at the turn of the 15th and 16th centuries
  • zur Geschichte der Handelsbeziehungen zwischen Osterrich und Ungarn im 15. und 16. jahrhundert
  • the shifting of international trade routes in the 15th-17th centuries
  • the role of East-Central Europe in international trade (16th and 17th centuries)
  • the East-Central European aspect of the overseas discoveries and colonization
  • business mentality and Hungarian national character.

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書名 Hungary and the European economy in early modern times
著作者等 Pach, Zsigmond Pál
Pach Z.Paul
シリーズ名 Collected studies series
出版元 Variorum
刊行年月 c1994
ページ数 1 v. (various pagings)
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 0860784622
NCID BA24542497
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言語 フランス語
ドイツ語
英語
出版国 イギリス
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