Economy and Society in Central and Eastern Europe

Territory, Population, Consumption. Papers of the International Conference Held in Alba Iulia, April 25th-27th, 2013

Edited by: Daniel Dumitran, Valer Moga

The analysis of societies' transformations and the influence on the modernization of Central and Eastern Europe economies -- between the pre-modern period and the 20th century -- is a useful tool for understanding contemporary trends in the region, particularly since the debates on economic and social reconstruction find their counterpart in modern state construction projects. The history of this region of Europe -- described as a space of ethnic, religious, and cultural diversity -- is illustrated in this book through the dimension of territory, population, and consumption. The book's contributions were presented at an international conference in Alba Iulia, Romania, in April 2013. (Series: Eastern Europe / Osteuropa - Vol. 8)


408 pages

Publication Date: 12/9/2013
Format: Paper
ISBN: 9783643904454