The Grain Market in the Roman Empire: A Social, Political and Economic Study

@inproceedings{Erdkamp2005TheGM,
  title={The Grain Market in the Roman Empire: A Social, Political and Economic Study},
  author={P. Erdkamp},
  year={2005}
}
  • P. Erdkamp
  • Published 2005
  • Economics
  • Introduction 1. Production and productivity in Roman agriculture 2. The world of the smallholder 3. Farmers and their market relations 4. Market integration: connecting supply and demand 5. Rome and the corn provinces 6. Urban food supply and grain market intervention Conclusions References Indexes. 
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