Daily Business or an Affair of Consequence? Credit, Reputation, and Bankruptcy among Jewish Merchants in Eighteenth-Century Central Europe

Aust C (2015)
In: Purchasing Power. The Economics of Jewish History. Kobrin R, Teller A (Eds); Jewish culture and contexts. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press: 71-90.

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Kobrin, Rebecca; Teller, Adam
Erscheinungsjahr
2015
Buchtitel
Purchasing Power. The Economics of Jewish History
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71-90
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978-0-8122-4730-5
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2935082

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Aust C. Daily Business or an Affair of Consequence? Credit, Reputation, and Bankruptcy among Jewish Merchants in Eighteenth-Century Central Europe. In: Kobrin R, Teller A, eds. Purchasing Power. The Economics of Jewish History. Jewish culture and contexts. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press; 2015: 71-90.
Aust, C. (2015). Daily Business or an Affair of Consequence? Credit, Reputation, and Bankruptcy among Jewish Merchants in Eighteenth-Century Central Europe. In R. Kobrin & A. Teller (Eds.), Jewish culture and contexts. Purchasing Power. The Economics of Jewish History (pp. 71-90). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Aust, C. (2015). “Daily Business or an Affair of Consequence? Credit, Reputation, and Bankruptcy among Jewish Merchants in Eighteenth-Century Central Europe” in Purchasing Power. The Economics of Jewish History, Kobrin, R., and Teller, A. eds. Jewish culture and contexts (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press), 71-90.
Aust, C., 2015. Daily Business or an Affair of Consequence? Credit, Reputation, and Bankruptcy among Jewish Merchants in Eighteenth-Century Central Europe. In R. Kobrin & A. Teller, eds. Purchasing Power. The Economics of Jewish History. Jewish culture and contexts. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, pp. 71-90.
C. Aust, “Daily Business or an Affair of Consequence? Credit, Reputation, and Bankruptcy among Jewish Merchants in Eighteenth-Century Central Europe”, Purchasing Power. The Economics of Jewish History, R. Kobrin and A. Teller, eds., Jewish culture and contexts, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015, pp.71-90.
Aust, C.: Daily Business or an Affair of Consequence? Credit, Reputation, and Bankruptcy among Jewish Merchants in Eighteenth-Century Central Europe. In: Kobrin, R. and Teller, A. (eds.) Purchasing Power. The Economics of Jewish History. Jewish culture and contexts. p. 71-90. University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia (2015).
Aust, Cornelia. “Daily Business or an Affair of Consequence? Credit, Reputation, and Bankruptcy among Jewish Merchants in Eighteenth-Century Central Europe”. Purchasing Power. The Economics of Jewish History. Ed. Rebecca Kobrin and Adam Teller. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015. Jewish culture and contexts. 71-90.

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