Aspects of the Jewish Economic History...

A survey of the far-ranging Jewish contribution to economic progress of the Western world.

ASPECTS OF JEWISH ECONOMIC HISTORY

Aspects of the Jewish Economic History


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Front MatterTitle PageAcknowledgmentsCopyright PageDedication PageCONTENTSILLUSTRATIONSPREFACEI. ANTIQUITY1. FARMING IN BIBLICAL TIMES2. TRADE AND INDUSTRY IN BIBLICAL TIMES3. AN ECONOMIC SURVEY OF JEWISH LIFE DURING THE PAX ROMANAII. THE MEDIEVAL PERIOD4. BYZANTINE JEWRY AND THE MEDIEVAL ECONOMY5. JEWISH TRADERS IN THE MEDIEVAL MEDITERRANEAN WORLD6. JEWISH ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES IN MEDIEVAL ISLAM7. THE JEWISH MONEYLENDERS OF ROUSSILLON8. WHEN THE JEWISH GOOSE STOPPED LAYING GOLDEN EGGS9. THE ECONOMIC BACKGROUND TO THE EXPULSION OF SPANISH JEWRYIII. MERCANTILISM10. AMSTERDAM JEWRY DURING THE AGE OF MERCANTILISM11. THE ECONOMIC BACKGROUND TO THE RESTORATION OF ENGLISH JEWRY12. THE JEWS IN EARLY BRITISH ECONOMIC THOUGHT13. MERCANTILISM AND THE JEWS OF FRANCEIV. SHYLOCK SOMBART AND MARX14. SHAKESPEARE AND THE USURY THEME15. SOMBART MODERN CAPITALISM AND JEWISH ENTERPRISE16. MARX'S WRITINGS AND JEWISH ENTERPRISEV. ESSAYS IN BIOGRAPHY17. THE BROTHERS GOLDSMID18. THE RISE OF THE ROTHSCHILDS19. THE DON PACIFICO AFFAIR20. MARCUS SAMUEL OIL GIANT OF BRITISH JEWRYVI. NEW WORLDS21. JEWISH ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES IN COLONIAL BRAZIL22. THE MAINSPRING OF AMERICAN JEWISH ENTERPRISE23. THE JEWISH IMPACT ON SOUTH AFRICAN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT24. ISRAEL'S ECONOMIC REBIRTHSELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHYANTIQUITYTHE MEDIEVAL PERIODMERCANTILISMSHYLOCK, SOMBART, AND MARXESSAYS IN BIOGRAPHYNEW WORLDSINDEX
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