Proto-industrialization in Europe

  title={Proto-industrialization in Europe},
  author={Sheilagh Ogilvie},
  journal={Continuity and Change},
  pages={159 - 179}
Cet article passe en revue l'état actuel du débat concernant les théories de ‘ protoindustrialisation’. Celles-ci essayent d'expliquer l'évolution économique durant les premières années de l'Europe moderne. La recherche récente a révélé que les conséquences économiques, sociales et démographiques de la proto-industrialisation different énormément suivant les sociétes. Les principaux facteurs techniques et sociaux qui sont à l'origine de cette diversité sont ici examinés et une analyse de ces… 

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