Strategies of survival: Pawn-broking and credit relations in Rome and Perugia (15th and 16th century)


Skambraks, Tanja


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11588/heibooks.593.c12699
URL: https://books.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/heibooks/catalo...
Additional URL: https://d-nb.info/1248164598/34
URN: urn:nbn:de:bsz:180-madoc-626279
Document Type: Book chapter
Year of publication: 2021
Book title: Change and transformation of premodern credit markets : The importance of small-scale credits
Page range: 293-331
Publisher: Nicolussi-Köhler, Stephan
Place of publication: Heidelberg
Publishing house: Universität Heidelberg
ISBN: 978-3-948083-13-7 , 3-948083-13-4, 978-3-948083-12-0
Publication language: English
Institution: School of Humanities > Mittelalterliche Geschichte (Kehnel)
Pre-existing license: Creative Commons Attribution, Share Alike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0)
Subject: 940 History of Europe
Keywords (English): pawn-broking , credit instruments , pawn-objects , working poor
Abstract: This book explores the development of credit markets to mobilize large amounts of capital in the medieval and early modern period. The everyday financial dealings of craftsmen, farmers and townsmen actually represent the credit transactions of almost the entire historical population and are therefore of special importance. The studies presented in this book focus on the small-scale credit dealings in different regions (England, Wales, Tirol, Northern Italy, Germany, Low Countries). The contributions in the book discuss how the financial needs of the people involved, and the transformation of institutions during the Middle Ages and early modern period, affected access to capital markets and the practice of money lending.

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