Failed transitions to modern industrial society: Renaissance Italy and seventeenth century Holland : proceedings [of the] first international colloquium [sponsored by the Interuniversity Centre for European Studies], April 18-20, 1974
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Samuel Berner Department of History University of Virginia
ITALY F Krantz Chairman
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17th century activities agriculture Amsterdam areas Baltic bourgeois bourgeoisie Britain capital capital accumulation capitalist cities coal Colloquium commercial Concordia University costs countryside Cremona crisis demographic discussion Dutch economy Dutch industry Dutch Republic early economic decline economic history England English grain export Europe European expanding fact factors failed transition failure feudal foreign France French Genoese grain trade growth guild historians home market important increasing industrial revolution industrial society investment Italian Italy Kingdom of Naples labor land landed nobility landlords late 19th linen Lombardy malt manufacturing merchants Milan mode of production modern industrial Nantes Netherlands Ormrod peasant perhaps period phenomenon political population problem Professor Brenner Professor Cipolla Professor de Vries Professor Sella Professor Swart profits prosperity question relations relative Renaissance Risorgimento role Schoffer sector seems silk social staple-market structure success taxes textile Tuscany urban Venetian world-economy Woude