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Publications of John Munro

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2006

  • John Munro, "Textile Production for the Market", in Women and Gender in Medieval Europe: An Encyclopedia (edited by Margaret Schaus), Routledge, New York and London, 2006, 791–795.

2005

2004

  • John Munro, "Inflation", in Europe, 1450-1789: Encyclopedia of the Early Modern World , Vol. 3 (edited by Jonathan Dewald), Charles Scribner's Sons/The Gale Group, , New York, 2004, 262–265. (Freely available.)
  • John Munro, "Manufacturing and Industry", in Dictionary of the Middle Ages: Supplement 1 (edited by William Chester Jordan), Charles Scribner\'s Sons, New York, 2004, 345–355.
  • John Munro, "Money and Coinage: Western Europe", in Europe, 1450-1789: Encyclopedia of the Early Modern World , Vol. 4 (edited by Jonathan Dewald), Charles Scribner's Sons/The Gale Group, New York, 2004, 174–184.

2003

2002

  • John Munro, "Gold, Guilds, and Government: The Impact of Monetary and Labour Policies on the Flemish Cloth Industry, 1390-1435", Jaarboek voor middeleeuwsche geschiedenis, 5 (2002), 153–205. (Freely available.)
  • John Munro, "The Consumption of Spices and Their Costs in Late-Medieval and Early-Modern Europe: Luxuries or Necessities?", Serve It Forth: A Periodical Forum for Historical Cooks 7 (1) (2002), 7–12.

2001

2000

  • John Munro, "A Maze of Medieval Monetary Metrology: Determining Mint Weights in Flanders, France and England from the Economics of Counterfeiting, 1388 - 1469", Journal of European Economic History 29:1 (2000), 173–99.
  • John Munro, "English 'Backwardness' and Financial Innovations in Commerce with the Low Countries, 14th to 16th Centuries", in International Trade in the Low Countries (14th - 16th Centuries) (edited by Peter Stabel, Bruno Blondé, and Anke Greve), Garant, Leuven-Apeldoorn, 2000, 105–167.

1999

1998

  • John Munro, "Cloth Manufacture and Trade", in Medieval England: An Encyclopedia (edited by Paul Sarmach, M. Teresa Tavormina, and Joel Rosenthal ), Garland Publishing, London and New York, 1998, 194–197.
  • John Munro, "Crisis and Change in the Later Medieval English Economy: a Review Article", Journal of Economic History 58 (1) (1998), 215–219. (Freely available.)
  • John Munro, "Precious Metals and the Origins of the Price Revolution Reconsidered: The Conjuncture of Monetary and Real Forces in the European Inflation of the Early to Mid-Sixteenth Century", in Monetary History in Global Perspective, 1500 - 1808 (edited by Clara Eugenia Núñez), 12th International Economic History Cong, Seville, 1998, 35–50.
  • John Munro, "Textiles as Articles of Consumption in Flemish Towns, 1330 - 1575", Bijdragen tot de geschiedenis 81 (3) (1998), 275–288.

1997

  • John Munro, "The Origins of the English 'New Draperies': The Resurrection of an Old Flemish Industry, 1270 - 1570", in The New Draperies in the Low Countries and England, 1300 - 1800 (edited by Negley B. Harte), Oxford University Press, Oxford and New York, 1997, 35–127.

1996

  • John Munro, "Varieties of Medieval Latinity: Textiles", in Medieval Latin: An Introduction and Bibliographical Guide (edited by Frank A. C. Mantello and A. George Rigg), Catholic University of America Press, Washington, D.C., 1996, 474–484.

1995

  • John Munro, "Abwertung, Aufwertung, Bullionismus, Diskont, Gold-Silber-Relatio, Greschamsches Gesetz, Inhaber-Klausel", in Von Aktie bis Zoll: Ein historisches Lexikon des Geldes (edited by Michael North), C.H. Beck\'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Munich, 1995, 15–418.
  • John Munro, "Anglo-Flemish Competition in the International Cloth Trade, 1340 - 1520", Centre européen d'études bourguigonnes 35 (1995), 37–60.
  • John Munro, "Textiles", in Medieval France: An Encyclopedia (edited by William W. Kibler, Grover Zinn, John Bell Henneman, Lawrence Earp, et al), Garland Press, New York and London, 1995, 903–905.

1994

  • John Munro, "Industrial Entrepreneurship in the Late-Medieval Low Countries: Urban Draperies, Fullers, and the Art of Survival", in Entrepreneurship and the Transformation of the Economy (10th - 20th Centuries) (edited by Paul Klep and Eddy Van Cauwenberghe), Leuven University Press, Leuven, 1994, 377–388.
  • John Munro, "Patterns of Trade, Money, and Credit", in Handbook European History in the Later Middle Ages, Renaissance and Reformation (edited by James Tracy, Thomas Brady Jr., and Heiko Oberman), E. J. Brill, Leiden, 1994, 147–195.
  • John Munro, Textiles, Towns, and Trade: Essays in the Economic History of Late-Medieval England and the Low Countries, Ashgate Publishing, Aldershot, Hampshire; Brookfield, Vermon, 1994.
  • John Munro, "The Coinages of Renaissance Europe, in 1500", in Handbook European History in the Later Middle Ages, Renaissance and Reformation (edited by James Tracy, Thomas Brady Jr., and Heiko Oberman), E.J. Brill, Leiden, 1994, 671–678.
  • John Munro, "Urban Wage Structures in Late-Medieval England and the Low Countries: Work-Time and Seasonal Wages", in Labour and Leisure in Historical Perspective, Thirteenth to Twentieth Centuries (edited by Ian Blanchard), Franz Steiner Verlag, Stuttgart, 1994, 65–78.

1992

  • John Munro, Bullion Flows and Monetary Policies in England and the Low Countries, 1350 - 1500, Ashgate Publishing, Aldershot, Hampshire; Brookfield, Vermon, 1992.

1991

  • John Munro, "Die Anfänge der Übertragbarkeit: einige Kreditinnovationen im englisch-flämischen Handel des Spätmittelalters (1360 - 1540)", in Kredit im spätmittelalterlichen und frühneuzeitlichen Europa (edited by Michael North), Böhlau Verlag, Cologne and Vienna, 1991, 39–69.
  • John Munro, "Industrial Transformations in the North-West European Textile Trades, c. 1290 - c. 1340: Economic Progress or Economic Crisis?", in Before the Black Death: Studies in the 'Crisis' of the Early Fourteenth Century (edited by Bruce M. S. Campbell), Manchester University Press, Manchester and New York, 1991, 110–148.
  • John Munro, "The Central European Mining Boom, Mint Outputs, and Prices in the Low Countries and England, 1450 - 1550", in Money, Coins, and Commerce: Essays in the Monetary History of Asia and Europe (edited by Eddy H.G. Van Cauwenberghe), Leuven University Press, Leuven, 1991, 119–183.
  • John Munro, "The International Law Merchant and the Evolution of Negotiable Credit in Late-Medieval England and the Low Countries", in Banchi pubblici, banchi privati e monti di pietà nell'Europa preindustriale (edited by Dino Puncuh), Società Ligure di Storia Patria, Genoa, 1991, 49–80.

1990

  • Erik Aerts and John Munro (eds.), Textiles of the Low Countries in European Economic History,, Leuven University Press, Leuven, 1990.
  • John Munro, "Urban Regulation and Monopolistic Competition in the Textile Industries of the Late-Medieval Low Countries", in Textiles of the Low Countries in European Economic History (edited by Erik Aerts and John Munro), Leuven University Press, Leuven, 1990, 41–52.

1989

  • John Munro, "Petty Coinage in the Economy of Late-Medieval Flanders: Some Social Considerations of Public Minting", in Precious Metals, Coinage and the Changes of Monetary Structures (edited by Eddy H. G. Van Cauwenberghe), Leuven University Press, Leuven, 1989, 25–56.

1988

  • John Munro, "Deflation and the Petty Coinage Problem in the Late-Medieval Economy: The Case of Flanders, 1334 - 1484", Explorations in Economic History 25 (4) (1988), 387–423. (Freely available.)
  • John Munro, "Money and Coinage of the Age of Erasmus: The Coinage of the Burgundian-Hapsburg Netherlands, Before and After 1521", in The Collected Works of Erasmus: Correspondence, Vol. 8: Letters 1122 to 1251 (edited by Sir Roger Mynors, Douglas Thomson, and Peter Bietenholz), University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1988, 347–350.
  • John Munro, "Scarlet", in Dictionary of the Middle Ages, vol. 11 (edited by Joseph R. Strayer, et al.), Charles Scribner\'s Sons/MacMillan, New York, 1988, 36–37.
  • John Munro, "Silk", in Dictionary of the Middle Ages, vol. 11 (edited by Joseph R. Strayer, et al.), Charles Scribner\'s Sons/MacMillan, New York, 1988, 293–296.
  • John Munro, "Textile Technology", in Dictionary of the Middle Ages (edited by Joseph R. Strayer), Charles Scribner\'s Sons/MacMillan, New York, 1988, 693–711.
  • John Munro, "Textile Workers", in Dictionary of the Middle Ages, Vol. 11 (edited by Joseph R. Stayer, et al.), Charles Scribner\'s Sons/MacMillan, New York, 1988, 711–715.
  • Eddy H.G. Van Cauwenberghe, Rainer Metz, Franz Irsigler, John Munro (eds.), Coinage in the Low Countries (14th - 18th Centuries), Vol. I: Antwerp - Bruges - Brussels - Ghent, Leuven University Press, Leuven, 1988.

1986

  • John Munro, "Linen", in Dictionary of the Middle Ages, vol. 7 (edited by Joseph R. Strayer, et al.), Charles Scribner\'s Sons/MacMillan, New York, 1986, 584–586.
  • John Munro, "Political Muscle in an Age of Monetary Famine: A Review", Revue belge de philologie et d\'histoire 64 (1986), 741–746.

1985

  • John Munro, "Hemp", in Dictionary of the Middle Ages, vol. 6 (edited by Joseph R. Strayer, et al.), Charles Scribner\'s Sons/MacMillan, New York, 1985, 153–154.

1984

  • John Munro, "Mint Outputs, Money, and Prices in Late-Medieval England and the Low Countries", in Münzprägung, Geldumlauf und Wechselkurse (edited by Eddy Van Cauwenberghe and Franz Irsigler), Trierer Historische Forschungen, Trier, 1984, 31–122.
  • John Munro, "Monnayage, monnaies de compte, et mutations monétaires au Brabant à la fin du moyen âge", in Études d'histoire monétaire, XIIe - XIXe siècles (edited by John Day), Presses Universitaires de Lille, Lille, France, 1984, 263–294.

1983

  • John Munro, "Bullion Flows and Monetary Contraction in Late-Medieval England and the Low Countries", in Precious Metals in the Later Medieval and Early Modern Worlds (edited by John F. Richards), Carolina Academic Press, Durham, North Carolina, 1983, 97–158.
  • John Munro, "Economic Depression and the Arts in the Fifteenth-Century Low Countries", Renaissance and Reformation, New Series 7 (4) (1983), 235–250. (Freely available.)
  • John Munro, "Medieval Monetary Problems: Bimetallism and Bullionism", Journal of Economic History 43 (1) (1983), 294–298. (Freely available.)
  • John Munro, "The Medieval Scarlet and the Economics of Sartorial Splendour", in Cloth and Clothing in Medieval Europe: Essays in Memory of E. M. Carus-Wilson (edited by Negley B. Harte and Kenneth G. Ponting), Pasold Research Fund and Heineman, London, 1983, 13–70.

1981

  • John Munro, "Mint Policies, Ratios, and Outputs in England and the Low Countries, 1335-1420: Some Reflections on New Data", The Numismatic Chronicle 141 (1981), 71–116.

1979

  • John Munro, "Bullionism and the Bill of Exchange in England, 1272-1663: A Study in Monetary Management and Popular Prejudice", in The Dawn of Modern Banking (edited by Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of California), Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 1979, 169–239.
  • John Munro, "Monetary Contraction and Industrial Change in the Late-Medieval Low Countries, 1335 - 1500", in Coinage in the Low Countries, 880 - 1500: The Third Oxford Symposium on Coinage (edited by Nicholas Mayhew), British Archeological Reports: Ashmolean, Oxford (UK), 1979, 95–161.
  • John Munro, "The 1357 Wool-Price Schedule and the Decline of Yorkshire Wool Values", Textile History 10 (1) (1979), 211–219. (Freely available.)

1978

1977

  • John Munro, "Industrial Protectionism in Medieval Flanders: Urban or National?", in The Medieval City (edited by Harry Miskimin, David Herlihy, and A. L. Udovitch), Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 1977, 229–268.

1975

  • John Munro, "The Purchasing Power of Coins and of Wages in the Low Countries and England, 1500 - 1514", in The Correspondence of Erasmus, Vol. 2: Letters 142 to 297 (edited by Sir Roger Mynors, Douglas Thomson, and Wallace Ferguson), University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1975, 307–345.

1974

  • John Munro, "Billon - Billoen - Billio: From Bullion to Base Coinage", Revue belge de philologie et d\'histoire 52 (1974), 293–305.
  • John Munro, "Money and Coinage of the Age of Erasmus", in The Correspondence of Erasmus, Vol. 1: Letters 1 to 151, A.D. 1484 - 1500 (edited by Sir Roger Mynors, Douglas Thomson, and Wallace Ferguson), University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1974, 311–348.

1973

  • John Munro, "The Weber Thesis Revisited - and Revindicated?", Revue belge de philologie et d\'histoire 51 (1973), 381–391.
  • John Munro, Wool, Cloth and Gold: The Struggle for Bullion in Anglo-Burgundian Trade, 1340-1478, Editions de l'Université de Bruxelles, Brussels and Toronto, 1973.

1972

  • John Munro, "An Aspect of Medieval Public Finance: The Profits of Counterfeiting in the Fifteenth-Century Low Countries", Revue belge de numismatique et de sigillographie 118 (1972), 127–148.

1970

1968

  • John Munro, "The Costs of Anglo-Burgundian Interdependence", Revue belge de philologie et d'histoire 46 (1968), 1128–1138.

1966

  • John Munro, "Bruges and the Abortive Staple in English Cloth: An Incident in the Shift of Commerce from Bruges to Antwerp in the Late Fifteenth Century", Revue belge de philologie et d\'histoire 44 (1966), 1137–1159.