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French Agriculture 1250-1550: Crisis And Continuity

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  • George Grantham


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    Between 1300 and 1500 the French agricultural economy was subjected to massive demographic, political, fiscal and monetary shocks. Despite these shocks, the seigniorial system of property rights governing the ownership and use of land remained largely unchanged. This paper describes the shocks and analyes the responses to them.

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    Paper provided by McGill University, Department of Economics in its series Departmental Working Papers with number 2009-04.

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    Length: 61 pages
    Date of creation: May 2009
    Handle: RePEc:mcl:mclwop:2009-04
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