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The role of demographic and monetary factors in the late medieval economies of England, Scotland and the southern Low Countries (1351–1530)

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The narrative of the post-Black Death English economy has been shaped by two contrasting interpretations: whether England’s economy was one of economic decline or prosperity; and whether its economy was largely driven by demographic or monetary factors. These two debates, which both appear to be irreconcilable, are the result of a persistent Anglo-centric approach to the late medieval English economy. My thesis puts the economy of England into the context of Scotland and the southern Low C...

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Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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