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Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2009. 288 pp. Tables, fi gures, maps, bibliograpy, notes. Finally, since rate situations which employ very large distance components, or very short time components, are important, the Megabubnoff (MB) and microbubnoff (t,B) units are here proposed to make notation more flexible under such circumstances.

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The economy of England in the Middle Ages, from the Norman invasion in 1066, to the death of Henry VII in 1509, was fundamentally agricultural, though even before the invasion the local market economy was important to producers. Norman institutions,. Norman institutions, including serfdom, were superimposed on an existing system of open fields and mature, well-established towns involved in international trade

The monograph examines the fluctuations of the Anglo-Netherlands financial and goods markets within the changing parameters of a nascent European-based "world economy" (1470-1570). It focuses on the major financial centers of the time (Antwerp and London) and examines their interdependencies, as well as their role as agents financing international trade and commodity flows. In this volume, an attempt is made to examine the world of those English merchants who first accessed the international economy in order to distribute English produce (mainly wool, cloth and lead) and secure such goods as were required by the nation's consumers, such as foreign spices and other exotic consumables. By drawing on financial and macro-economic data, such as prices and exchange rates, as well as micro-data such as individual merchants' accounts, a comprehensive and intimate sketch is drawn of the working mechanisms of an emerging modern, European-centered, world economy.