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The Venetian Money Market Banks, Panics, and the Public Debt, 1200-1500 / Reinhold C. Mueller. [print]

By: Mueller, Reinhold C [author]Contributor(s): Lane, Frederic Chapin, 1900-1984. Money and banking in medieval and Renaissance Venice | Project Muse [] | Project Muse []Material type: TextTextSeries: Money and banking in Medieval and Renaissance Venice ; 2Publication details: Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, [(c)1997. ; Baltimore, Maryland : Project MUSE, 2019. Description: 1 online resource (xxvi, 711 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781421431444Subject(s): Öffentliche Schulden | Kreditwesen | Openbare schulden | Renaissance | Bankwezen | Geldmarkt | Money market | Banks and banking | Marche monetaire -- Italie -- Venise -- Histoire | Banques -- Italie -- Venise -- Histoire | Monnaie -- Italie -- Venise -- Histoire | Banks and banking -- Italy -- Venice -- History | Money -- Italy -- Venice -- History | Venedig | Italy -- VeniceGenre/Form: Electronic books. | History. LOC classification: HG1040.V46HG1040.V46.L265.V464 1997Online resources: Click here to access online COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
Contents:
1. From Moneychanging to Deposit Banking 2. The Supervision and Regulation of Banking 3. The Organization and Operation of Banking Enterprises 4. Bank Failures in the Trecento 5. Bank Failures in the Quattrocento 6. The Making of the Panic of 1499-1500 7. Florentine Merchant Bankers and Their Community 8. Exchange and the Money Market 9. The Grain Office: A "Swiss Bank" for the Nest Eggs of Terraferma Lords, a Quasi-Public Bank for Venetians 10. Bank Loans to the State in the Fifteenth Century 11. Venice's Monte Vecchio: An Overview 12. Criteria Employed in Assessing Patrimonies 13. Family and Finance: Forced Loans and the Open Market at Work 14. Investment by Foreigners in the Monte Vecchio A. Local Deposit Bankers and Partnerships B. Failures of Local Deposit Banks C. Foreign Exchange in Venice during the Datini Years, 1383-1410 D. Moneys of Account Revisited E. Foreign Investors in Venetian Credit Institutions F. Rates of Interest on Credit Sales, 1383-1405 G. Documents H. Genealogies of the Gaddi, Soranzo, and Priuli Families I. The Value of Money and the Cost of Living J. Builders' Wages from the Late Trecento to the Early Cinquecento.
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"This book ... is the second volume of the work originally planned by Frederic C. Lane and myself entitled 'Money and banking in medieval and Renaissance Venice.' The first volume, 'Coins and Moneys of account, ' coauthored by Lane and Mueller, was published in 1985."

1. From Moneychanging to Deposit Banking 2. The Supervision and Regulation of Banking 3. The Organization and Operation of Banking Enterprises 4. Bank Failures in the Trecento 5. Bank Failures in the Quattrocento 6. The Making of the Panic of 1499-1500 7. Florentine Merchant Bankers and Their Community 8. Exchange and the Money Market 9. The Grain Office: A "Swiss Bank" for the Nest Eggs of Terraferma Lords, a Quasi-Public Bank for Venetians 10. Bank Loans to the State in the Fifteenth Century 11. Venice's Monte Vecchio: An Overview 12. Criteria Employed in Assessing Patrimonies 13. Family and Finance: Forced Loans and the Open Market at Work 14. Investment by Foreigners in the Monte Vecchio A. Local Deposit Bankers and Partnerships B. Failures of Local Deposit Banks C. Foreign Exchange in Venice during the Datini Years, 1383-1410 D. Moneys of Account Revisited E. Foreign Investors in Venetian Credit Institutions F. Rates of Interest on Credit Sales, 1383-1405 G. Documents H. Genealogies of the Gaddi, Soranzo, and Priuli Families I. The Value of Money and the Cost of Living J. Builders' Wages from the Late Trecento to the Early Cinquecento.

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