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The economics of ancient Greece
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Economy and Economics of Ancient Greece book. Economy and Economics of Ancient Greece. DOI link for Economy and Economics of Ancient Greece. Economy and Economics of Ancient Greece book. By Takeshi Amemiya. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 8 February Pub. location London. Takeshi Amemiya, a Stanford professor of economics known for his work on econometrics, has attempted to fill this void with his book Economy and Economics of Ancient Greece, which offers what he asserts is a new model of the ancient Greek economy within a survey primarily intended for use as an undergraduate textbook. However, a model should.
Abstract. There were many ‘economies’ rather than a single ‘economy’ in ancient Greece (a culturally interlinked world, c. – BCE, stretching across the Mediterranean basin and around the Black Sea). This book is an English version of the book originally published in French under the title of Economies et societes en Grece ancienne. The opportunity has been taken to correct some errors, update bibliographical references, add a few passage to the selection of ancient sources, and improve the material presentation in several respects.
CHAPTER 1. THE ECONOMY OF ANCIENT GREECE: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK. Can a book on the economy of ancient Greece be written? Forty years ago, in a famous work with the paradoxical title The Ancient Economy, Moses I. Finley answered this question in the negative. For Finley, it was an illusion to think that such a project could be carried out, not Brand: Princeton University Press. this perspective, ancient economic history is no longer an exception. Analyzing the economy of ancient Greece in terms of growth, and thus in specifically economic terms, is also a way of reintegrating its study into the general field of economic history. This book differs in part from the classic works on ancient history. Naturally.
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"In this lucid, fine-grained, at times meditative, and witty account of the economy of ancient Greece, Bresson's prose sparkles with a full command of the ancient sources, the economic history literature, and the debates about how to use both.
This is a marvelous, evocative book that is sure to provoke reactions in many quarters."5/5(5). Book Description Originally published inthis book provides an overview of the economy of ancient Greece, with a particular focus on the economy of Athens and its eventual empire.
Michell uses literary and epigraphic evidence to detail the main types of revenue generation prevalent in mainland Greece and the Greek by: The Economics of Ancient Greece. by But we now have a mass of information about the ancient economy that we didn't have a It’s diverting to think what books one would want on a.
This comprehensive introduction to the ancient Greek economy revolutionizes our understanding of the subject and its possibilities. Alain Bresson is one of the world’s leading authorities in the field, and he is helping to redefine it.
Economy and Society in Ancient Greece, by Moses Finley (revised edition ) Economic and Social The economics of ancient Greece book of Ancient Greece: An Introduction by M.M. Austin and P. Vidal-Naquet () The Ancient Economy, by Moses Finley (, revised edition ). This has been the starting point for academic discussions of the Greek and Roman economy since.
Partly a piece of economic history, partly a critique of utilitarianism, this book explores all areas of the Athenian economy, including public finance, banking and manufacturing and trade as well as discussing the historical, cultural, political and sociological conditions of Ancient Greece and the background in which the economy developed.
Ancient Greek politics, philosophy, art and scientific achievements greatly influenced Western civilizations today. One example of their legacy is the Olympic Games. Use the videos, media, reference materials, and other resources in this collection to teach about ancient Greece, its role in modern-day democracy, and civic engagement.
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Subjects: Greece -- Economic conditions. Economics -- Greece -- History. Economic history. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. Originally published inthis book provides an overview of the economy of ancient Greece, with a particular focus on the economy of Athens and its eventual empire.
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91 –Cited by: 1. Buy Economy and Economics of Ancient Greece (Routledge Explorations in Economic History) 1 by Amemiya, Takeshi (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1. About the Book The Economy of the Greek Cities offers readers a clear and concise overview of ancient Greek economies from the archaic to the Roman period.
Léopold Migeotte approaches Greek economic activities from the perspective of the ancient sources, situating them within the context of the city-state (polis). The Ancient Economy introduces readers to the nature of economic life in the ancient world, and provides a valuable guide to scholarly debates on the subject.
The book describes and examines the economic processes and fluctuations of the ancient world, and shows how these relate to political and social change and conditions. Economy and Economics of Ancient Greece book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Addressing the dearth of literature that has been /5(3).
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Tell me about your own interest in ancient Greece. This book is an English version of the book originally published in French under the title of Economies et societes en Grece ancienne.
The opportunity has been taken to correct some errors, update bibliographical references, add a few passage to the selection of ancient sources, and improve the material presentation in several respects/5.
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