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The Economy of the Mughal Empire c. 1595: A Statistical Study epub ebook

by Shireen Moosvi

The Economy of the Mughal Empire c. 1595: A Statistical Study epub ebook

Author: Shireen Moosvi
Category: Economics
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press (December 17, 1987)
Pages: 456 pages
ISBN: 0195617258
ISBN13: 978-0195617252
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Can the structure of the 15th-century Indian economy be analyzed on a quantified basis, as can a contemporary economy? . Shireen Moosvi, Reader, Centre of Advanced Study in History, Aligarh Muslim University.

Can the structure of the 15th-century Indian economy be analyzed on a quantified basis, as can a contemporary economy? Taking advantage of the immense amount of statistical material in the Ain-i Akbari.

This is a revised version of a seminal work first published in 1987. Until then no real quantitative study of India’s precolonial economy had appeared, and statistical analysis had not really been applied to Indian economic history before the latter half of the nineteenth century. Keywords: Ā’ῑn-i Akbarῑ, Mughal Indian economy, Mughal empire, statistical data, gross domestic product. Bibliographic Information. Print publication date: 2015.

The Economy of the Mu. .Taking advantage of the immense amount of statistical material in the Ain-i Akbari, the great official compilation of the Mughal empire, this book revises the widely held views on a number of economic conditions of the day, and weighs general impressions a Can the structure of the 15th-century Indian economy be analyzed on a quantified basis, as can a contemporary.

Exploring the rich statistical material present in the earliest manuscripts of the Ain-i Akbarithe great official compilation of the Mughal Empirethis book challenges and revises widely . Moosvi, Shireen, 2015

Exploring the rich statistical material present in the earliest manuscripts of the Ain-i Akbarithe great official compilation of the Mughal Empirethis book challenges and revises widely held views on the economic conditions of the day. It breaks new ground by subjecting the Indian economy c. 1595 to the same kind of quantitative analysis as is employed in the case of contemporary economics. Moosvi, Shireen, 2015. Handle: RePEc:oxp:obooks:9780199450541.

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Exploring the rich statistical material present in the earliest manuscripts of the Ain-i Akbarithe great official compilation of the Mughal Empirethis book challenges and revises widely held views on the economic conditions of the day. 1595 to the same kind of quantitative analysis as is employed in the case of contemporary economics

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Habib, Irfan, Agrarian System of Mughal India (1556-1707), Bombay, Asia Publishing House, 1963. Shireen Moosvi, The Economy of the Moghol Empire c. 1595. A Statistical Study, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1987.

Exploring the rich statistical material present in the earliest manuscripts of the Ain-i Akbarithe great official compilation of the Mughal Empirethis book challenges and revises widely held views on the . Author: Shireen Moosvi.

Can the structure of the 15th-century Indian economy be analyzed on a quantified basis, as can a contemporary economy? Taking advantage of the immense amount of statistical material in the Ain-i Akbari, the great official compilation of the Mughal empire, this book revises the widely held views on a number of economic conditions of the day, and weighs general impressions against a rigorous analysis of properly quantified data.
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