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Micro-economic analysis of the textile trade around 1500 in Bruges and Antwerp: the double-entry account ledgers of Wouter Ameide (1498-1507).
This project will use methods from economic analysis (micro-economic analysis and accountancy) and social and economic history to assess the management of business in the first half of the 16th century and shed a new light on the introduction of new productivity enhancing techniques (more efficient methods of controlling information) in periods of great economic change (decline of the Bruges and growth of the Antwerp market).
Date:1 Apr 2011 → 31 Mar 2015
Keywords:ACCOUNTING, MEDIEVAL HISTORY, ECONOMIC HISTORY
Disciplines:Business administration and accounting, Economic history, History