Combined Bibliography: Roman Economy and Industry

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Wilson, A. (2008). ‘Large-scale manufacturing, standardization, and trade’, in J.P. Oleson (ed.), Oxford Handbook of Engineering and Technology in the Classical World. Oxford, 393–417.
Kehoe, D. (2007). ‘The Early Roman Empire: Production’, in W. Scheidel, I. Morris and R. Saller (eds), The Cambridge Economic History of the Greco-Roman World. Cambridge, 543–569.
Robinson, D. (2005). ‘Re-thinking the social organisation of trade and industry in first century AD Pompeii’, in A. MacMahon and J. Price (eds), Roman Working Lives and Urban Living. Oxford, 88–105.
Greene, K. (2000). ‘Industry and Technology’, in A. Bowman, P. Garnsey and D. Rathbone (eds), The High Empire: A.D. 70-192. Cambridge, 741–768.
Lo Cascio, E. (2000). The Roman Principate: The impact of the organization of the empire on production. Cambridge.
Mattingly, D.J. (2000). ‘The productive past. Economies beyond agriculture’, in D.J. Mattingly and J. Salmon (eds), Economies beyond agriculture in the classical world. London, 3–14.
Wilson, A. (1999). ‘Commerce and industry in Roman Sabratha’. LibSt 30: 29–52.