Combined Bibliography: Roman Economy and Urban history

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Wilson, A. (2002). ‘Urban production in the Roman world. The view from North Africa’. PBSR LXX: 231–274.
Aubert, J.J. (2001). ‘The fourth factor. Managing non-agricultural production in the Roman world’, in D.J. Mattingly and J. Salmon (eds), Economies beyond agriculture in the classical world. London, 90–111.
Mattingly, D.J., D. Stone, L. Stirling and N. Ben Lazreg (2000). ‘Leptiminus (Tunisia). A 'producer' city?’, in D.J. Mattingly and J. Salmon (eds), Economies beyond agriculture in the classical world. London, 66–89.
Parkins, H.M. and C. Smith (1998). Trade, Traders and the Ancient City. London.
Parkins, H.M. (1997). Roman Urbanism. Beyond the Consumer City. London.
Morel, J.-P. (1996). ‘Élites municipales et manufacture en Italie’, in M. Cébeillac-Gervasoni (ed.), Les Élites Municipales de l'Italie Péninsulaire des Gracques à Néron. Actes de la table ronde de Clermont-Ferrand (28-30 novembre 1991) n/a. Rome, 181–198.
Whittaker, C.R. (1995). ‘Do theories of the ancient city matter?’, in T. Cornell and K. Lomas (eds), Urban Society in Roman Italy. London, 9–26.
Rich, J. and A. Wallace-Hadrill (1991). City and Country in the Ancient World. London.
Wallace-Hadrill, A. (1991). ‘Elites and trade in the Roman town’, in J. Rich and A. Wallace-Hadrill (eds), City and Country in the Ancient World. London, 241–272.
Whittaker, C.R. (1991). ‘The consumer city revisited: the vicus and the city’. JRA 3: 110–118.
Hopkins, K. (1978). ‘Economic Growth and Towns in Classical Antiquity’, in P. Abrams and E. Wrigley (eds), Towns in Societies. Essays in Economic History and Historical Sociology. Cambridge, 35–78.
Finley, M.I. (1977). ‘The Ancient City: From Fustel de Coulanges to Max Weber and Beyond’. CSSH 19: 305–327.
Jones, A.H.M. (1955). ‘The Economic Life of the Towns of the Roman Empire’. RecSocJB 7: 161–192.