Ian Blanchard (ed.)

Labour and Leisure in Historical Perspective, Thirteenth to Twentieth Centuries

Papers presented at Session B-3a of the Eleventh International Economic History Congress, Milan 12th-17th September
Ian Blanchard (ed.)

Labour and Leisure in Historical Perspective, Thirteenth to Twentieth Centuries

Papers presented at Session B-3a of the Eleventh International Economic History Congress, Milan 12th-17th September

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Y. Kahk: Changing Leisure in Nordic Villages 
 M. Bogucka: Work, Time Perception and Leisure in an Agricultural Society: The Case of Poland in the 16th and 17th Centuries
B. N. Mironov: Work and Rest in the Peasant Economy of European Russia in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries 
J. H. Munro: Urban Wage Structures in Late-Medieval England and the Low Countries
R. Uriarte: Agriculture and Mining in Pre-Industrial Basque Society
C. A. Whatley: Carnivalesque and the monarch’s birthday in Scotland, c. 1700-1860 
D. Brailsford: England 1775-1815: A Time for Play
D. A. Reid: Wedding days and the evolution of leisure time in the workshops and factories of industrial England, 1701-1961 
W. Boal / P. Fishback / S. Kantor: Why Did Coal Miners Work So Few Hours?
Y. I. Kir’ianov: Duration of the working day and rest for the workers of different religious beliefs in Russia at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th centuries 
C. Eisenberg: German workers and „English sport"
G. D. Snooks: The Dynamic Longrun Relationship between the Market and Household Sectors: Antipodean Experience, 1788-1990
Bibliography, Index

Series Vierteljahrschrift für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte – Beihefte
Volume 116
ISBN 978-3-515-06595-5
Media type Book - Paperback
Copyright year 1994
Length 198 pages
Size 17.0 x 24.0 cm
Language English