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growth of the Athenian economy
|Statement||by A. French.|
|LC Classifications||HC37 .F7 1964a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 208 p.|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||65001091|
The Making of the Ancient Greek Economy: Institutions, Markets, and Growth in the City-States Alain Bresson. out of 5 stars 6. In addition to specialized legal documents and abundant reference to scholarly work on the Athenian economic system, the author makes use of well-known sources such as Plato and Aristotle. It is a tour de force. Reviews: 1. I. The Growth of the Athenian Empire II. The Peloponnesian War II. Consequences of the Peloponnesian War A. Delian League After defeating Persia, Athens became the most powerful city-state in Greece. Athens created an alliance called the Delian League All leaders of this alliance.
On June 3, , the Greek Parliamentary Budget Office, the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, the Democritus University of Thrace, and the University of Peloponnese sponsored an international conference to address medium- and long-term growth in Greece. A revolutionary account of the ancient Greek economy 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/5(4).
[Bresson] has produced a book that is at the same time something of an encyclopaedia of the ancient Greek economy, full of in-depth discussions about more or less every product and every economic phenomenon, a sourcebook of texts, particularly epigraphic texts, illustrating economic phenomena, and a book with an argument."--Professor Robin. 7Austin and Vidal-Naquet, Economic and Social History, 8For an example of such oversight C. Mosse, "The 'World of the Emporium' in the Private Speeches of Demosthenes" in Garnsey, Hopkins, and Whittaker, Ancient Trade, On specific features of the growth in the Athenian economy in the second half of the fourth century, see below.
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The New Order. The Preparations for War. Athens and the Delian Confederacy. The Economic Conditions of Imperial Athens. The Social Consequences. Some Conclusions. "This authoritative introduction to and survey of the ancient Greek economy translates, updates, expands, and combines the author's original two-volume French edition.
Bresson documents the unprecedented and unparalleled economic growth of the Greek world from the Archaic through the Hellenistic periods [A] thoroughly informed masterwork."5/5(5). The Growth of the Athenian Economy book. The Growth of the Athenian Economy.
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The economy of ancient Greece was defined largely by the region's dependence on imported goods. As a result of the poor quality of Greece's soil, agricultural trade was of particular impact of limited crop production was somewhat offset by Greece's paramount location, as its position in the Mediterranean gave its provinces control over some of Egypt's most crucial seaports and.
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Petrakis Published on by Springer. On June 3,the Greek Parliamentary Budget Office, the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, the Democritus University of Thrace, and the University of Peloponnese sponsored an international conference to address medium- and long-term growth in Greece.
A revolutionary account of the ancient Greek economy. "This book must surely sweep the field. Whether one is an undergraduate student, an early-career scholar, has been chewing over the ancient economy for a career, or is simply a general reader with a curiosity about how the ancient economy worked, this is now the go-to work.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: French, A. (Alfred), Growth of the Athenian economy. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press,© A revolutionary account of the ancient Greek economyThis 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. Here he combines a thorough knowledge of ancient sources with innovative new approaches grounded in recent.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: French, A. (Alfred), Growth of the Athenian economy. London, Routledge & Paul  (OCoLC) Athenian Economy An important part of life in any community is its economy.
An economy is the way a community or region organizes the manufacture and exchange of money, food, products, and services. The Athenian economy was based on trade. The. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: French, A.
(Alfred), Growth of the Athenian economy. New York, Barnes & Noble . After fourteen consecutive years of economic growth, Greece went into recession in By the end ofthe Greek economy faced the highest budget deficit and government debt-to-GDP ratio in the several upward revisions, the budget deficit is now estimated at % of GDP.
This, combined with rapidly rising debt levels (% of GDP in ) led to a precipitous increase in Country group: Developed/Advanced, High-income.
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Democracy and economic growth and development have had a strong correlative and interactive relationship throughout history.
While evidence of this relationship's existence is irrefutable, economists' and historians' opinions of its exact nature have been sharply split, hence the latter has been the subject of many debates and studies. Athenian democracy developed around the sixth century BC in the Greek city-state (known as a polis) of Athens, comprising the city of Athens and the surrounding territory of an democracy is often described as the first known democracy in the world.
Other Greek cities set up democracies, most following the Athenian model, but none are as well documented as Athens' democracy. In particular, he argues, that in the limited cash (minted silver coinage) economy of Athens, the issuance of early forms of letter of credit multiplied the cash available for investment and growth.
Cohen's book is directly i I read Cohen's book years ago and have since used it in a course on the Ancient Economy/5(1).The Ancient Economy is a book about the economic system of classical antiquity written by the classicist Moses I.
was originally published in Finley interprets the economy from BC to AD sociologically, instead of using economic models (like for example Michael Rostovtzeff).Finley attempted to prove that the ancient economy was largely a byproduct of status.
A concise and clear overview of the economic activities of the Greek city-states in thematic chapters. Best introduction for undergraduates, also rich with useful observations for expert scholars. Morris, Ian. The Athenian economy twenty years after The ancient economy. Classical Philology – DOI: / E-mail.