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    • Document type
      Review (monograph)
      Journal
      Francia-Recensio
      Author (Review)
      • Krieger, Martin
      Language (Review)
      Deutsch
      Language (Monograph)
      Deutsch
      Author (Monograph)
      • Vries, Peer
      Title
      Zur politischen Ökonomie des Tees
      Subtitle
      Was uns Tee über die englische und chinesische Wirtschaft der Frühen Neuzeit sagen kann
      Year of publication
      2009
      Place of publication
      Wien
      Publisher
      Böhlau
      Series
      First lectures der historisch-kulturwissenschaftlichen Fakultät der Universität Wien
      Series (vol.)
      1
      Number of pages
      161
      ISBN
      978-3-205-78341-1
      Subject classification
      Economic History
      Time classification
      Modern age until 1900 → 16th century, Modern age until 1900 → 17th century, Modern age until 1900 → 18th century, Modern age until 1900 → 19th century, 20th century → 1900 - 1919, 20th century → 1920 - 1929, 20th century → 1930 - 1939, 20th century → 1940 - 1949
      Regional classification
      Europe → Western Europe → Great Britain, Asia → China and neighbouring territories
      Subject headings
      Teehandel
      Teewirtschaft
      Original source URL
      http://www.perspectivia.net/content/publikationen/francia/francia-recensio/2011-1/FN/vries_krieger
      recensio.net-ID
      7c5b259745610236716e13202cde7664
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Peer Vries: Zur politischen Ökonomie des Tees. Was uns Tee über die englische und chinesische Wirtschaft der Frühen Neuzeit sagen kann (reviewed by Martin Krieger)

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