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245 00 Financing in Europe :|bevolution, coexistence and 
       complementarity of lending practices from the Middle Ages 
       to modern times /|cedited by Marcella Lorenzini, Cinzia 
       Lorandini, D'Maris Coffman 
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing :|bImprint: 
       Palgrave Macmillan,|c2018 
300    1 online resource (xxi, 404 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
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490 1  Palgrave studies in the history of Finance 
505 0  Chapter 1: Introduction -- Part I Informal, Non-
       institutional and Professional Credit in Preindustrial 
       Europe -- Chapter 2: The Rise of London as a Financial 
       Capital in Late Medieval England -- Chapter 3: When Things
       Go Wrong: Credit, Defaults and Institutions in Early 
       Modern Venice -- Chapter 4: Financing Trade Through 
       Limited Partnerships: Evidence from Silk Firms in 
       Eighteenth-Century Trentino -- Chapter 5: Borrowing and 
       Lending Money in Alpine Areas During the Eighteenth 
       Century: Trento and Rovereto Compared -- Chapter 6: The 
       Social Acceptance of Paper Credit as Currency in 
       Eighteenth-Century England: A Case Study of Glastonbury c.
       1720-1742 -- Chapter 7: Public Functions, Private Markets:
       Credit Registration by Aldermen and Notaries in the Low 
       Countries, 1500-1800 -- Chapter 8: Notaries and Domestic 
       Lending in Wartime (Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century 
       France) -- Chapter 9: Private Credit in Spain During the 
       Late Eighteenth and the Early Nineteenth Centuries: 
       Institutions, Crisis and War -- Part II Credit in the Time
       of the Emergence of Modern Banking -- Chapter 10: 
       Microcredit in the Ottoman Empire: A Review of Cash Waqfs 
       in Transition to Modern Banking -- Chapter 11 Challenging 
       the Institutional Revolution of Credit Markets in the 
       Nineteenth Century -- Chapter 12: Relationship-Based 
       Finance in Changing European Banking Scenarios: The Case 
       of Parent Schaken et Compagnie (1835-66) -- Chapter 13: 
       Formalising Credit Markets? The Entrance of English Joint-
       Stock Banks -- Chapter 14: Towards the 
       Institutionalisation of Credit 
520    This book explores the evolution of credit and financing 
       in Europe from the Middle Ages through to the nineteenth 
       century. It engages with the distinct political, economic 
       and institutional frameworks of the examined areas 
       (England, Italy, France, Germany, Spain, the Netherlands 
       and Turkey) and discusses how these affected the credit 
       market. It covers a wide range of different types of 
       lending/borrowing instruments, the destination of capital,
       the way it was raised, and the impact it had on local or 
       national economies in a very long run. Presented in two 
       parts, part one of the book focuses on credit markets in 
       the preindustrial age, in particular the period before the
       advent of modern joint stock banks. Part two examines the 
       evolution of credit at the time of the emergence of modern
650  0 Finance|zEurope|xHistory 
650  0 Loans|zEurope|xHistory 
650  0 Credit|zEurope|xHistory 
650  0 Banks and banking|zEurope|xHistory 
650 14 Finance 
650 24 Financial History 
650 24 Corporate Finance 
650 24 Banking 
650 24 Capital Markets 
700 1  Lorenzini, Marcella,|eeditor 
700 1  Lorandini, Cinzia,|eeditor 
700 1  Coffman, D'Maris,|eeditor 
710 2  SpringerLink (Online service) 
773 0  |tSpringer eBooks 
830  0 Palgrave studies in the history of Finance 
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