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The chapters in this book have been compiled in honour of Professor John H. A. Munro on the occasion of his retirement from the University of Toronto in June 2003. During his thirty-five years in the Department of Economics and the Centre for Medieval Studies, John Munro had a profound impact on medieval and early-modern economic history. His students Lawrin Armstrong, Maryanne Kowaleski and Ivana Elbl convened an international workshop under the title “Money, Markets and Trade in Late Medieval Europe” in Toronto on 12-14 March 2004 at which seventeen of Munro’s colleagues and former students presented papers. Thirteen of these appear in this book. The chapters reflect the wide range of John Munro’s own research interests and those of his colleagues and students: international, regional and local trade, public finance, war economies, peasant studies and economic ethics.

Keywords: Ivana Elbl; John H. A. Munro; late medieval Europe; Lawrin Armstrong; market integration; Maryanne Kowaleski; medieval trade; public finance; war economy

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