The undevelopment of capitalism

The undevelopment of capitalism

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InThe Undevelopment of Capitalism, Emigh argues that the expansion of the Florentine economic market in the fifteenth century helped to undo the development of markets of other economies-especially the rural economy of Tuscany. As this highly developed urban market penetrated rural regions, it actually erased rural market institutions that rural inhabitants had used to organize agricultural production and family life. Thus, an advanced economy at the time of the late Middle Ages and early Renaissance qundevelopedq over time. The economic development of this region in Italy was delayed as it failed to keep pace with the rest of Europe.Using a negative case methodology to show how urban and rural markets change, Emigh employs methods of historical sociology and sectoral theories to examine how markets can prosper and suffer at the same time. She shows how sectoral relations are crucial to transitions to capitalism and how capitalist development can also contract markets.The Making of the English Working Class. New York: Vintage Books. Thompson ... Oxford: Clarendon Press. Tilly, Charles. 1984 ... New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Tilly ... Oxford: Blackwell. Tilly ... 5 (2): 1-15, http://www.storia.unifi.it/ _RM/rivista/dwnl/Tognetti.pdf. Trigilia ... The Modern World-System I: Capitalist Agriculture and the Origins of the European World-Economy in the Sixteenth Century. Newanbsp;...


Title:The undevelopment of capitalism
Author: Rebecca Jean Emigh
Publisher:Temple Univ Pr - 2008-07-28
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