Combined Bibliography: Roman Economy and Money

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Von Reden, S. (2012). ‘Money and finance’, in W. Scheidel (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Economy n/a. Cambridge, 266–286.
Katsari, C. (2011). The Roman Monetary System. The Eastern Provinces from the First to the Third Century AD. Cambridge.
Von Reden, S. (2010). Money in Classical Antiquity. Cambridge.
Hitchner, B. (2009). ‘Coinage and Metal Supply’, in A. Bowman and A. Wilson (eds), Quantifying the Roman Economy. Methods and Problems. Oxford, 281–286.
Howgego, Chr. (2009). ‘Some Numismatic Approaches to Quantifying the Roman Economy’, in A. Bowman and A. Wilson (eds), Quantifying the Roman Economy. Methods and Problems. Oxford, 287–295.
Ponting, M. (2009). ‘Roman Silver Coinage: Mints, Metallurgy, and Production’, in A. Bowman and A. Wilson (eds), Quantifying the Roman Economy. Methods and Problems. Oxford, 269–280.
Andreau, J. (2008). ‘The Use and Survival of Coins and of Gold and Silver in the Vesuvian Cities’, in W. Harris (ed.), The Monetary Systems of the Greeks and Romans. Oxford, 208–225.
Harris, W. (2008). ‘The Nature of Roman Money’, in W. Harris (ed.), The Monetary Systems of the Greeks and Romans. Oxford, 174–207.
Hollander, D. (2008). ‘The Demand for Money in the Late Roman Republic’, in W. Harris (ed.), The Monetary Systems of the Greeks and Romans. Oxford, 112–136.
Kessler, D. and P. Temin (2008). ‘Money and Prices in the Early Roman Empire’, in W. Harris (ed.), The Monetary Systems of the Greeks and Romans. Oxford, 137–159.
Lo Cascio, E. (2008). ‘The Function of Gold Coinage in the Monetary Economy of the Roman Empire’, in W. Harris (ed.), The Monetary Systems of the Greeks and Romans. Oxford, 160–173.
Hollander, D. (2007). Money in the late Roman Republic. Leiden.
Aarts, J. (2005). ‘Coins, money and exchange in the Roman world. A cultural-economic perspective’. Archaeological Dialogues 12.1: 1–28.
Tchernia, A. (2003). ‘Remarques sur la crise de 33’, in E. Lo Cascio (ed.), Credito e moneta nel mondo romano. Atti degli incontri capresi di storia dell'economia antica (Capri, 12-14 ottobre 2000) n/a. Bari, 131–146.
Andreau, J. (2000). ‘Commerce and Finance’, in A. Bowman, P. Garnsey and D. Rathbone (eds), The High Empire: A.D. 70-192. Cambridge, 769–786.
Andreau, J. (1999). Banking and Business in the Roman World. Cambridge.
Harl, K.W. (1996). Coinage in the Roman economy, 300 B.C. to A.D. 700. Baltimore.
Howgego, Chr. (1994). ‘Coin circulation and the integration of the Roman economy’. JRA 7: 5–21.
Howgego, Chr. (1992). ‘The Supply and Use of Money in the Roman World 200 B.C. to A.D. 300’. JRS 82: 1–31.
Thornton, M.K. and R.L. Thornton (1990). ‘The Financial Crisis of A. D. 33: A Keynesian Depression?’. JEH 50.3: 655–662.
Strobel, K. (1989). ‘Inflation und monetäre Wirtschaftsstrukturen im 3. Jh. n. Chr. Zu Daniel Sperbers Bild der wirtschafts- und währungsgeschichtlichen Krise’. MBAH 8.2: 10–31.
Greene, K. (1986). The Archaeology of the Roman Economy. Berkeley.
Bellen, H. (1976). ‘Die Krise der italischen Landwirtschaft unter Kaiser Tiberius (33 n. Chr.) Ursachen, Verlauf, Folgen’. Historia 25.2: 217–234.
Rodewald, C. (1976). Money in the Age of Tiberius. Manchester.
Frank, T. (1933). ‘The Financial Crisis of 33 A. D.’. AJP 56.4: 336–341.
Allen, W.F. (1887). ‘The Monetary Crisis in Rome, A.D. 33’. TAPA 18: 5–18.
Humbert, G. (1886). Essai sur les Finances et la Comptabilité chez les Romains. Paris.