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This section of the book Medieval Capital Markets: Markets for 'renten', State Formation and Private Investment in Holland (1300-1550) presents a list of sources that comprise book names along with their authors and publication dates. A short list of abbreviations is also provided here. The book highlights several indicators to test the capacity of the capital market. It talks about medieval Holland as a significant entity for institutional economic development by describing how the state created a county-wide government apparatus that gave shape to the public sector and provided some institutions crucial to the capital market.

Keywords: Capital Markets; economic development; Holland; Private Investment; renten



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