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The Conquering Balkan Orthodox Merchant
  • T. Stoianovich
  • History, Economics
    The Journal of Economic History
  • 1 June 1960
The origins of a Balkan Orthodox merchant class or classes may be traced back to the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. Not until the eighteenth century, however, did it become sufficiently strong
Balkan Economic History, 1550-1950: From Imperial Borderlands to Developing Nations
Western economic historians have traditionally concentrated on the success stories of major developed economies, while development economists have given most of their attnetion to the problems of the
Balkan Worlds: The First and Last Europe
Encompassing the period from the Neolithic era to the troubled present, this book studies the peoples, societies and cultures of the area situated between the Adriatic Sea in the west and the Black
The Passions and the Interests: Political Arguments for Capitalism before Its Triumph. By Albert O. Hirschman. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1977. Pp. x, 153. $10.00 cloth, $2.95 paper
inces. Having narrowed the inquiry geographically, she proceeds to extend it to cover topics ranging from employment, income, and consumption to changing social stratification and kinship. The period
Land Tenure and Related Sectors of the Balkan Economy, 1600–1800
By The end of the sixteenth century, the tendency in the OttomanEmpire toward the expansion of timariote properties or military fiefs is reversed, and quasi-private properties begin again to acquire
The Pattern of Serbian Intellectual Evolution, 1830–1880
  • T. Stoianovich
  • Political Science
    Comparative Studies in Society and History
  • 1 March 1959
The time seemed propitious for the establishment of a government of law in Serbia at the beginning of 1830. Between the end of 1828 and the autumn of 1830 Prince Miloš of Serbia created a so-called
[Properties of monoamine oxidase in the brain of mongolian gerbils during cerebral ischemia].
Properties of monoamine oxidase (MAO) were investigated in mongolian gerbils brain mitochondria isolated from cerebral cortex, striatum and hippocampus during cerebral ischemia, and alterations in substrate specificity and in kinetic curves form deflexion from hyperbolic type in all the brain structures investigated.