By J. K. J. Thomson
This can be a research of the advance of the early historical past of Barcelona's cotton undefined. It bargains either a really expert business background and an interpretation of significant matters with regards to the industrialization of Catalonia and of Europe as an entire. the key concerns discussed--the factors of the rise in the course of those years in commercial funding and the hyperlinks among "proto-industrialization" and industrialization proper--have been mentioned theoretically yet infrequently established opposed to old event. The publication therefore represents a big contribution to the translation of early industrialization and gives a brand new perception into Spanish and Catalonian heritage.
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5 It is not without significance that the price range corresponds with that of the Languedoc industry - that from which it seems likely that the Barcelona industry had predominantly drawn its expertise and that, too, which it supplanted in Mediterranean and peninsular markets. As Carrere comments 'a cloth industry " a la franchise" had been learnt from them'. 8 The crisis of thefifteenthcentury The medieval expansion of the industry was checked by the demographic crises of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries which affected Catalonia as they did the rest of Europe.
19-51), for a thorough survey of the literature relating to urban, pre-industrial industry. On 'proto-factories', see S. D. Chapman, 'The Textile Factory before Arkwright: A typology of Factory Development', Business History Review, 48 (1974), pp. 451-78, and on shortages of managers, see S. Pollard, The Genesis of Modern Management (London, 1968). 14 A distinctive industrialization those of the new type of society that was developing. But while such a process may have characterized the most advanced areas of the European economy, it can hardly be held to have been universal.
The first of these was a famine in 1333 - later referred to ominously as the ' the first bad 4 5 6 8 Riu, 'Woollen Industry', pp. 211-13; also J. Vicens Vives, Manual de historia econdmica de Espana (6th edn, Barcelona, 1972), pp. 183-4. E. Ashtor, 'Catalan Cloth on the Late Medieval Mediterranean Markets', Journal of European Economic History•, 17 (1988), pp. 227-58. 7 Carrere, Barcelone, 1, pp. 433-4. Riu, 'Woollen Industry', p. 214. , p. 219; Carrere, Barcelone, 11, pp. 818-38. 32 A distinctive industrialization year' — and this was followed by the Black Death which reached Catalonia between 1348 and 1351 and further plague outbreaks which occurred at approximately two-year intervals well into the fifteenth century.
A Distinctive Industrialization: Cotton in Barcelona 1728-1832 by J. K. J. Thomson