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Author: W. M. Spellman
Publisher: Reaktion Books
Category: Political Science
Monarchies 1000 –2000 surveys a form of government whose legitimacy rests not on voluntary consensus but on age-old custom, heredity and/or religious sanction. Global in scope and comparative in approach, W. M. Spellman's survey establishes connections between monarchy as idea and practice in a variety of historical and cultural contexts across a millennium when the system was without serious rival. Spellman examines the intellectual assumptions behind different models of monarchy, tracing the ways in which each of these assumptions shifted in response to historical factors. While no human institution has retreated as rapidly in the modern period, monarchy's remarkable longevity invites us to weigh the significance of hierarchy, subordination and dependence as constants of the human experience.
1000 - 2000 François Crouzet. they do not live to work!78 On the other hand, they
must be considered as "rich": the EU's GDP per capita is three times the world
average. It is also clear that Europe retains a large share of world trade (in 1999,
Author: François Crouzet
Publisher: University of Virginia Press
Category: Business & Economics
Considering Europe as a whole rather than as a mosaic of individual states, François Crouzet presents here an accessible, engaging history of the European economy during the second millennium. Stressing the common economic institutions shared over time by the different regions of Europe and the networks of relations that have linked them, Crouzet examines pan-European changes and integration rather than merely the particular experiences of individual countries. A History of the European Economy, 1000-2000 goes beyond addressing the historical ramifications of trade in the European economy to encompass problems such as the diffusion of technology, the migration of capital and labor, diasporas and minorities, and national diversity. By stressing the historical origins of the drive toward European integration and its progress all the way to the birth of the euro, Crouzet delivers an original and comprehensive overview of European economic history.
1000–2000. Pedro Lains Introduction Studies in economic history need to be fed
with information on the evolution of aggregate output, labor, capital, land, natural
resources, as well as on the institutional context, but the data is not always ...
Category: Business & Economics
This book follows the renovation of European economic history towards a more unified interpretation of sources of growth and stagnation. It looks at Portuguese agricultural development across the second Millennium, showing a sector that was often adaptive and dynamic. Portugal’s economic backwardness was not overcome at the end of the period, but that is now only part of the story.
DO THEY KNOW SOMETHING YOU DON'T? What lies in store for the world as the next millennium approaches?
Author: John Hogue
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
DO THEY KNOW SOMETHING YOU DON'T? What lies in store for the world as the next millennium approaches? Will it be fire, famine, a world in chaos – or world peace, the eradication of hunger and disease, the coming of the fabled "Age of Aquari
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