Versione di lingua italiana
Deutsch Sprachenversion
English language version
Choose language:

Economy-point.org



» Personal Loan No Credit Check, Online Economics » Topics begins with E » Economics in the Middle Ages


Page modified: Tuesday, July 12, 2011 21:00:35

The economy of the Middle Ages was limited mainly to the primary and the secondary sector. On the country resources were won, but only in small measure processes (mainly of farmers for the internal requirement), while the cities covered the two other sectors with their handicraft and trade. Due to the bad connections between the regions usually only for the direct environment one produced.

The economy in the country

The agriculturally coined/shaped areas constituted a majority of Europe in the Middle Ages. Since there was a very bad infrastructure in these areas, the economical horizon of a simple farmer limited itself to its yard, the village, sometimes also the next city. The farm here often formed a self-support yard, on which the family manufactured nearly all things of the daily use. Thus grain (rye, wheat, oats etc.) was cultivated, cultivated from bread baked, and held cattle (cattle, pigs, sheep, poultry etc.), from which one referred meat and clothes.

Since the beside the work on the own yard had to carry out also still for the basic gentleman Frondienste and a tenth to the church had to pay, most farmers straight could secure so a surviving of their own family and sell only few on the urban market.

Beside the farmers there were few craftsmen, who worked however usually also only for their own village, and/or the basic gentleman on the country also.

The urban economy

The cities covered the secondary and tertiary sector. Here craftsmen lived and in [Dienstleitung|Dienstleister] like prostitute, Bader, Henker, dealer etc.

The craftsmen were usually in guilds (and/or Gilden) organized. Since this had usually the prices, the sales volumes, the quality, which and the number of enterprises adjusted employee number, a craftsman in the city few possibilities of expanding by own efforts. The products were sold by the craftsman on the market. By the guilds the craftsmen in the cities had therefore a relatively well regulated income, which made their getting along for them possible.

In the cities also the trade in the Middle Ages developed to an important support leg of the urban economy. Large commercial companies (e.g. the Fugger, the Hanse) developed, which acted in completely Europe with all possible goods. The rarer a property was, the further it is ex and imported and the enriches made it the dealers, who transported it. From this profit profited also the cities, which occupied such goods with high tariffs. However there were also smaller dealers, whose buyer circle referred to the neighbour city.

Other Dienstleister of the Middle Ages was frequently little outstanding and had often not excessively earned. Nevertheless there were haulage contractors in many cities of bath houses, prostitute, money lender (usually Jews), and so on.

In addition many citizens were field citizens. That is, they had a small field, which served for their living costs before the city.


Articles in category "Economics in the Middle Ages"

We found here 147 articles.

E

» erpariemission
» E-Business
» E-Government (in the broader sense)
» E-Government (in the closer sense)
» E-Mobility
» E-Plate
» E.M.A. NORTH-RHINE/WESTPHALIA
» E.ON
» E.ON Bavaria
» EANCOM
» Early recognition system
» Ecological agriculture
» Ecological free-market economy
» Economic Community OF west African States
» Economic constitution
» Economic imperialism
» Economic Partnership Agreement
» Economic policy
» Economic power
» Economic property
» Economic science
» Economic system
» Economical congress
» Economical organization teachings
» Economics
» Economics and sociological Institut
» Economics in Cologne
» Economics in the Middle Ages
» Economics of Berlin
» Economics of Germany
» Edding
» Education center for blind ones and Sehbehinderte Krakau
» Eduscho
» Effective control item
» Efficiency analysis
» Efficiency factor
» Efficiency market hypothesis
» EHI Retail of institutes
» EIO
» Electricity tariff
» Electronic foot chain
» Electronic trade
» Electronics Customer Care
» Electronics Customer Relationship management
» Electronics Manufacturing services
» Elevator pitch
» Eleven Aquitaine
» Emergency
» Emergency accommodation
» Emergency route
» Emergency travel document of identification
» Emergentes organization network
» Emil Abderhalden
» Employment instruction
» Employment leader
» Employment line
» Employment teachings
» Energy and material flow management
» Energy consumption of Switzerland
» Energy counselling
» Energy Exchange Austria
» Energy saving regulation
» Energy summit
» Ennobling plays
» Enterprise
» Enterprise connection
» Enterprise elasticity
» Enterprise network
» Enterprise VALUE
» Entrance automat
» Entwicklungsomik
» Enyce
» EONIA
» Epson
» Equilibrium during underemployment
» Equivalence economics
» Equivalence income
» Equivalence scale
» Erasco
» Erfurter balance
» Ergonomics
» Error
» Error collecting map
» Erstanwender
» Erwerbermodell
» Escort
» ESPRIT of getting thing Limited
» Establishment ratio
» Eszet
» Ethical Investment
» Ethos (plant donation)
» Etosha national park
» Etymologie of enterprise names
» EU-LAC
» Eugen boat operator
» EULAC Business Summit
» Euro act
» Euro copilot
» Euro pole
» Euro-characteristic
» EuroNEXT
» European o regulation
» European agency for flight safety
» European agency for the security of the maritime traffic
» European commisioner for data protection
» European Currency unit
» European data security guideline
» European domestic market
» European economic combination
» European Energy Exchange
» European free-trade association
» European Gendarmerietruppe
» European monetary system
» European patent organization
» European police academy
» European Praxisassessment
» European rate of exchange group
» European size unit
» European Union extension
» European Union Latin America summit
» European Union Latin America summit 2006
» European warrant of arrest
» European water framework guideline
» Evacuation
» Evaluation
» Event-controlled process chain
» Eventagentur
» Evidence based only-sing
» Ex-factory price
» EXA
» Exchange
» Exclusif
» Executive committee
» Exkasso
» Exorbitant rent
» Expansion (economics)
» Expectation gap during the annual audit
» Expert place
» Exploitation
» Export refunding
» Extension foil
» Extent of utilization
» External factor
» Extraction of electricity
» Eye flap
» Eye plaster
» Online Personal Loan - No Credit Check - Payday loans

Related Websites

We found here 4 related websites.

  • medievaleconomics.htm
    Economic Map of Europe in the Middle Ages : Christy's Garden supplies a historic map of Europe in CE1300 as part of a larger timeline of Medieval history ...

  • Men From Early Middle Ages Were Nearly As Tall As Modern People
    "Men living during the early Middle Ages (the ninth to 11th centuries) were ... a professor of economics at Ohio State University and the author of a new ...

  • Middle Ages
    Trade and Commerce in the Middle Ages · Medieval Economics Net Links · Government and Economy of England in the High Middle Ages ...

  • middle ages
    Find a description of economics in the late Middle Ages. Money and Trading An explanation of the currency used in the Middle Ages and the common trade ...

Page cached: Thursday, October 23, 2014 06:52:56
Valid XHTML 1.0!  Valid CSS!

Page copy protected against web site content infringement by Copyscape