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The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Economy By Walter Scheidel,

  • Title: The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Economy
  • Author: Walter Scheidel
  • ISBN: 9780521726887
  • Page: 281
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Economy offers readers a comprehensive and innovative introduction to the economy of the Roman Empire Focusing on the principal determinants, features, and consequences of Roman economic development and integrating additional web based materials, it is designed as an up to date survey that is accessible to all audiences Five main sectThe Cambridge Companion to the Roman Economy offers readers a comprehensive and innovative introduction to the economy of the Roman Empire Focusing on the principal determinants, features, and consequences of Roman economic development and integrating additional web based materials, it is designed as an up to date survey that is accessible to all audiences Five main sections discuss theoretical approaches drawn from Economics, labor regimes, the production of power and goods, various means of distribution from markets to predation, and the success and ultimate failure of the Roman economy The book not only covers traditionally prominent features such as slavery, food production, and monetization but also highlights the importance of previously neglected aspects such as the role of human capital, energy generation, rent taking, logistics, and human wellbeing, and convenes a group of five experts to debate the nature of Roman trade.
    The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Economy The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Economy offers readers a comprehensive and innovative introduction to the economy of the Roman Empire Focusing on the principal determinants features and consequ

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    1. Interesting collection of essays concerning the Roman economy The intellectual level of the essays is diverse some are very thought provoking, others are mere summaries of earlier points of view The bibliography is very useful for further reading studying the interesting subject of the Roman economy.

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