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Pre-industrial worlds of production : conventions, institutions and organizations

Vorindustrielle Welten der Produktion : Konventionen, Institutionen und Organisationen
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Jeggle, Christof

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Abstract "The concept of the worlds of production is discussed as an approach for analysing different forms of producing linen in the City of Münster in Westphalia in 16th and 17th century. The analysis shows how different conventions of product quality, of markets, of organizing artisans and of production regimes are combined to coordinate the actors and the objects and constitute a particular world of production. Fabricating linen in Münster did not take place in one homogeneous trade, but was operated in three different worlds of production, which are analyzed in detail." (author's abstract)
Keywords production; convention; organizations; Westfalia; factory; pre-industrial society; sixteenth century; seventeenth century; town; historical development
Classification Manufacturing; Organizational Sociology; Social History, Historical Social Research
Method descriptive study; historical
Document language English
Publication Year 2011
Page/Pages p. 125-149
Journal Historical Social Research, 36 (2011) 4
Issue topic Conventions and institutions from a historical perspective / Konventionen und Institutionen in historischer Perspektive
ISSN 0172-6404
Status Published Version; peer reviewed
Licence Creative Commons - Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works