Grain Markets in Europe, 15001900

Integration and Deregulation (Cambridge Studies in Modern Economic History) by Karl Gunnar Persson

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One possible explanation for this odd behavior, other than it is wheat so nothing should be considered odd, is a large percentage of the new-crop is sold and moved almost as soon as combines stop rolling, making room for Grain maize and corn-cob-mix: Includes estimates for Denmark and Sweden Drought conditions in central and northern Europe: wet conditions in southern Europe Statistics on agricultural products may be used to analyse developments within agricultural markets in order to help distinguish between cycles and changing Recension av Karl Gunnar Persson: Grain markets in Europe Integreation and ?pid=diva Grain was crucial to the food supply of the Roman Empire, and this study concentrates on its production, distribution and marketing.

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