Title:Bengali raw silk, the East India Company and the European global market, 1770-1833 Author(s):DAVINI, RobertoDate:2009Citation:
- Journal of global history, 2009, 4, 1, 57-79
Type:ArticleAbstract:In 1769, the East India Company decided to transform the Bengali silk industry, and introduced Piedmontese reeling technologies and spatially concentrated working practices into the area. Although Bengali raw silk reeled ...
Title:In the doorway to development : an enquiry into market oriented structural changes in Norway ca. 1750-1830 Author(s):HUTCHISON, RagnhildDate:2012Citation:
- [Leiden], Brill, 2012, Library of Economic History
Type:BookAbstract:Set within the growing literature on European economy in the late 18th and early 19th century, this book furnishes a 'pre-history' to Norway’s rapid structural transformation and accelerated economic growth after the ...
Title:The 'real' puzzle of sharecropping: why is it disappearing? Author(s):FEDERICO, GiovanniDate:2006Citation:
- Continuity and change, 2006, 21, 2, 261-285
Type:ArticleAbstract:Ce qui s'écrit à propos du métayage traite pour une bonne partie des raisons pour lesquelles on se trouve adopter une forme de contrat apparemment aussi irrationnelle. Les hypothèses que formule la théorie à ce propos n'ont ...
Title:Hitler’s Achilles heel? : Norwegian molybdenum as a bottleneck in the German war economy Author(s):SANDERS, Andreas R. Dugstad; INGULSTAD, MatsDate:2016Citation:
- Hans Otto FRØLAND, Mats INGULSTAD and Jonas SCHERNER (eds), Industrial collaboration in Nazi-Occupied Europe : Norway in context, London : Palgrave Macmillan, 2016, Palgrave studies in economic history, pp. 359-387
Type:Contribution to bookAbstract:One week after the surrender of Germany in May 1945, the expertise of the German armaments minister Albert Speer was still in high demand. Allied airmen vied for the attention of their prisoner at the Schloss Glücksburg ...
Title:Negociating with uncertainty: choices and strategies of food trade actors in XVIIth century Lyons Author(s):MONTENACH, Anne; BORELLO, BenedettaDate:2007Citation:
- Quaderni storici, 2007, XLII, 124(I), 79-95
Title:Commercial culture and merchant networks : eighteenth-century diamond traders in global history Author(s):VANNESTE, TijlDate:2009Citation:
- Florence : European University Institute, 2009
Type:ThesisSeries/Number:EUI PhD theses; Department of History and CivilizationAbstract:In discarding the idea of a geographically centralized origin of globalization, the emphasis on human interaction becomes ever more important. World history is not a history of the evolutionary path towards a unified world, ...