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Part one: Theories and problems 1. Modelling the medieval economy: the equation of exchange 2. Money and the money economy 3. Coinage and the bullion supply Part two: The coinage and the economy, c. 973-1489 4. The coinage from the late tenth century to 1158 5. A monetarised economy, 973-1158? 6. The coinage 1158-1351 7. The emergence of a money economy, 1158-1351 8. Testing the money economy, 1351-1489 9. Conclusions Bibliography Index -- .
J.L. (Jim) Bolton is a Professorial Research Fellow in the School of History, Queen Mary, University of London. -- .