Jews in the Hungarian Economy 1760-1945...

In the sixteen essays in this volume, scholars from three continents explore dispassionately various facets of the Jewish presence in the Hungarian economy over a span of two centuries. (Two of the articles deal with Vienna which had quite a sizeable contingent of Hungarian Jews.) The topics range from "pure" economic history dealing with entrepreneurship and occupational structure, to related fields such as demography, urbanization and nutrition. Several studies discuss the interaction of both



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Front Matter Front Cover Front Flap Half Title Page Title Page Copyright Page Table of Contents Preface Contents Moshe Carmilly-WeinbergerAn Appreciation On Three Continents Childhood and EducationThe RabbiThe Jews of TransylvaniaRabbi of Cluj-KolozsvárThe ZionistIn Eretz IsraelScholarshipJewish HistoryHebrew LiteratureThe HolocaustSermonBibliography of Moshe Carmilly-Weinberger I Jews and Entrepreneurship A Jewish Minority in a Backward Economy: an Introduction Jews and the Modernization of Commercein Hungary, 1760-1848 Jewish Wholesale Merchants in Pest in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century II Wealth and Occupations Jewish Wealth in Vienna, 1670-1918The Occupational Structure of Hungarian Jewry in the Eighteenth and Twentieth Centuries Jewish Leaseholders in the Course of Agricultural Development in Hungary, 1850-1930 BibliographySourceStudiesIII Demographic Aspects The Standard of Living of Jews in Austria-Hungary: The Anthropometric Evidence, 1860-1920 Hidden Urbanization: The Birth of the Bourgeoisiein Mid-Nineteenth Century HungaryOccupational ProfileCorrelation AnalysisGraphical AnalysisDegree of UrbanizationThe Merchants of HungaryConclusionsStatistical SourcesIV Religion and Economy Religious Divisions, Socio-Economic Stratification and the Modernization of Hungarian Jewry after the Emancipation Geographic Dimensions of Religious FragmentationReligious Fragmentation, Economic Stratification and Social MobilityAssimilation, Integration and Religious DivisionsModernity and Religious DivisionsConclusionsV Politics and Economy Mor Wahrmann: A Jewish Banker in Hungarian Politics in the Era of the Dual Monarchy Manfred WeissThe Profile of a Munitions KingThe Search for an Urban Alliance: The Politics of the National Association of Hungarian Industrialists [GyOSz] before the First World War Social Clubs and FreemasonryNeo-Liberal IdeologyPolitical ActionTax ReformProtests over the Cost of LivingSuffrage ReformConclusionVI Exclusiveness and Mobility in the Interwar Period Hungarian Banking and Business Leaders Between the Wars: Education, Ethnicity and Career Patterns Interwar Antisemitism in the Professions: The Case of the Engineers VII Propensities or Circumstances? A Debate Patterns of Jewish Economic Behavior in Central Europe in the Twentieth Century The Occupational Structure of Hungarian Jews in the Interwar Period Back Matter ContributorsIndexBack Flap Back Cover
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