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Guilds, Innovation and the European Economy, 1400–1800

Edited by S. R. Epstein and Maarten Prak

Cambridge University Press, 2008

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Introduction: guilds, innovation, and the European economy, 1400–1800 - S. R. Epstein and Maarten Prak

1. Craft guilds, the theory of the firm, and early modern proto-industry - Ulrich Pfister

2. Craft guilds, apprenticeship and technological change in preindustrial Europe - S. R. Epstein

3. Subcontracting in guild-based export trades, thirteenth-eighteenth centuries - Catharina Lis and Hugo Soly

4. The circulation of skilled labour in late medieval and early modern Central Europe - Reinhold Reith

5. Painters, guilds and the art market during the Dutch Golden Age - Maarten Prak

6. Craft guilds and technological change: the engine loom in the European silk ribbon industry in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries - Ulrich Pfister

7. Guilds, technology and economic change in early modern Venice - Francesca Trivellato

8. Inventing in a world of guilds: silk fabrics in eighteenth-century Lyon - Liliane Perez

9. ‘Not to hurt of trade’: guilds and innovation in horology and precision instrument-making - Anthony Turner

10. Reaching beyond the city wall: London guilds and national regulation, 1500-1700 - Ian Anders Gadd and Patrick Wallis

11. Guilds in decline? London livery companies and the rise of a liberal economy, 1600–1800 - Michael Berlin.

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