Экономическая история: Ежегодник. 2011/2012
Collection of articles dedicated to the activities of the outstanding French historian E. Le Roy Ladurie. The various aspects of his multifaceted work: historical anthropology, the history of climate, cliometrics, economic history, history of the peasantry, visual anthropology, etc., and especially the perception of his work by the teaching community of different countries.
This article consists of a series of short essays dedicated to a certain chapter of the 'popular' socioeconomic history (with a particular focus on the institutional development problems) of the former East Prussia from the Antiquity to present days. The authors tackle the issues of the economic history of amber, the role of the Hanse in the development of medieval trade, the QWERTY-effects in rail rack standards, and the peculiarities of the development of the Kaliningrad region in the post-Soviet period.
The paper analyzes the characteristics of perception of creativity E. Le Roy Ladurie in the USSR and Russia. Pathways of information was the academic medievalists reviews, reviews of professional critics of bourgeois historiography, abstract journals and collections. During the perestroika years the popularity of Le Roy Ladurie has increased significantly, but the introduction to his work was limited by methodological declarations, not research monographs.
The main objective of this article is to trace development and the details of the dialog between the two eminent russian historians M.Kovalevskij and A.Savin. This dialigue o the scholars ia one more evidence of the dinamic development of the different approaches to the analysis of historical sourses at the beggining of he XX c.
The article describes the evolution of the accounting knowledge from the simple registration technique to economic and social institution, in medieval Italy. It is shown that the institutionalization of accounting was completed to the XIV century, when it became a system of codified technical standards, scholar discipline and professional field. Examined the interrelations of this process with a business environment, political, social, economic and cultural factors of Italy by the XII-XVI centuries.
South Carolina at the beginning of the XVIII century. was rice-producing colony. Eliza Lucas Pinckney (1722 -1793 years.) Began to try to plant other crops that could increase exports of the colony and provide additional income. Agriculture has been the most prominent, but only one of the spheres of its activities. Among others were music, French, shorthand, crafts.