Table of contents for The Cambridge companion to the Roman economy / edited by Walter Scheidel.


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Part I. Introduction: 1. Approaching the Roman economy Walter Scheidel; Part II. Theory: 2. Roman economic thought Gloria Vivenza; 3. The contribution of economics Peter Temin; 4. Human capital and economic growth Richard Saller; Part III. Labor: 5. Slavery Walter Scheidel; 6. Contract labor Dennis Kehoe; Part IV. Production: 7. Raw materials and energy Andrew Wilson; 8. Food production Geoffrey Kron; 9. Manufacturing Cameron Hawkins; Part V. Distribution: 10. Predation Peter Fibiger Bang; 11. Transport Colin Adams; 12. Urbanism Paul Erdkamp; 13. Money and finance Sitta von Reden; 14. A forum on trade Andrew Wilson, Morris Silver, Peter Fibiger Bang, Paul Erdkamp and Neville Morley; Part VI. Outcomes: 15. Physical wellbeing Walter Scheidel; 16. Post-imperial economies Simon Loseby.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Rome -- Economic conditions -- 30 B.C.-476 A.D.
HISTORY / Ancient / General. -- bisacsh