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Series: Global Economic History Series

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The Long Road to the Industrial Revolution: The European Economy in a Global Perspective, 1000-1800 by Jan Luiten van Z1
Settler economies in world history by Christopher Lloyd
Shaping Medieval Markets: The Organisation of Commodity Markets in Holland, C. 1200 - c. 1450 (Global Economic History Series) by Jessica Dijkman
Shipping and Economic Growth 1350-1850 (Global Economic History) by Richard W. Unger
Medieval Capital Markets. Markets for renten, State Formation and Private Investment in Holland (1300-1550) (Global Economic History Series) by C. J. Zuijderduijn2
How India Clothed the World: The World of South Asian Textiles, 1500-1850 (Global Economic History Series) by Giorgio Riello4
Medieval Manuscript Production in the Latin West : Explorations with a Global Database by E. Buringh6

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Edited by Maarten Prak, University of Utrecht, and Jan Luiten van Zanden, Utrecht University
The Global Economic History Series aims to publish works contributing to the description, clarification and explanation of long-term changes in world economy, including such issues as the differential economic development of various countries and regions, and the economic and social inequalities that resulted from this imbalanced pattern. The series includes studies which combine a theoretical perspective with detailed historical investigations, and utilise a comparative perspective to unravel the mysteries of global economic development.

General Editors: Maarten Prak and Jan Luiten van Zanden

Authors are cordially invited to submit proposals and/or full manuscripts to either the series editors or the publisher at BRILL, Plantijnstraat 2, 2321 JC Leiden, The Netherlands.

Manuscripts (in English) should be 90,000 to 180,000 words in length and may include black and white illustrations. The editors are interested in receiving proposals for specialist monographs and syntheses, multi-authored contributions such as conference proceedings, as well as thematic issues, source translations and edited texts.

http://www.brill.com/publications/glo...

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