Datini Studies in Economic History

  • Open Access Series
  •  Peer Reviewed

This series is promoted by the Istituto Internazionale di Storia Economica 'F. Datini'. It contains essays on the economic history of the pre-industrial age, including the proceedings of the 'Settimane di Studi' (Study Weeks). The Institute, founded in 1967 on the initiative of Federigo Melis, immediately taken up by Fernand Braudel and an important group of scholars, is one of the leading international institutions working in the field of pre-industrial economic history. The series fully supports Open Access publishing as an ideal tool to share ideas and knowledge in every research field with an open, collaborative and non-profit approach. Open Access books allow the research community to achieve a high research impact as well as rapid dissemination in any editorial form.

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Books in this Series
  • Edited Book

La moda come motore economico: innovazione di processo e prodotto, nuove strategie commerciali, comportamento dei consumatori / Fashion as an economic engine: process and product innovation, commercial strategies, consumer behavior

Edited by   Giampiero Nigro

Copyright year: 2022

  • Edited Book

Disuguaglianza economica nelle società preindustriali: cause ed effetti / Economic inequality in pre-industrial societies: causes and effect

Edited by   Giampiero Nigro

Copyright year: 2020

This Series in Numbers

53

Authors

(books + Chapters)

1

Editors

0

Monographs

2

Edited Books

37

Chapters

2684

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4295

Chapter Download

9214

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