Combined Bibliography: Trade and Roman Economy

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Wilson, A. and M. Flohr (2016). Urban craftsmen and traders in the Roman World. Oxford.
Broekaert, W. (2013). Navicularii et negotiantes. A prosopographical study of Roman merchants and shippers.. Rahden.
Terpstra, T. (2013). Trading Communities in the Roman World. A Micro-Economic and Institutional Perspective. New York.
Erdkamp, P.P.M. (2012). ‘A forum on trade - The Grain trade in the Roman World’, in W. Scheidel (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Economy n/a. Cambridge, 304–308.
Morley, N. (2012). ‘A forum on trade’, in W. Scheidel (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Economy n/a. Cambridge, 309–317.
Silver, M. (2012). ‘A forum on trade’, in W. Scheidel (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Economy n/a. Cambridge, 292–295.
Wilson, A. (2012). ‘A forum on trade’, in W. Scheidel (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Economy n/a. Cambridge, 287–291.
Hoffmann-Salz, J. (2011). Die wirtschaftlichen Auswirkungen der römischen Eroberung. Vergleichende Untersuchungen der Provinzen Hispania Tarraconensis, Africa Proconsularis und Syria. Stuttgart.
Tchernia, A. (2011). Les Romains et le commerce. Naples.
Verboven, K. (2011). ‘Resident Aliens and Translocal Merchant Collegia in the Roman Empire’, in O. Hekster and T. Kaizer (eds), Frontiers in the Roman World. Proceedings of the Ninth Workshop of the International Network Impact of Empire (Durham, 16?19 April 2009). Leiden, 335–348.
Wilson, A. (2009). ‘Approaches to Quantifying Roman Trade’, in A. Bowman and A. Wilson (eds), Quantifying the Roman Economy. Methods and Problems n/a. Oxford, 213–249.
Broekaert, W. (2008). ‘Roman Economic Policies during the Third Century AD. The Evidence of the tituli picti on Oil Amphorae’. Ancient Society 38: 197–219.
Teichner, F. and L.P. Pujol (2008). ‘Roman amphora trade across the straits of gibraltar: an ancient 'anti-economic' practice?’. OJA 27.3: 303–314.
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.
Bang, P. (2007). ‘Trade and Empire. In Search of Organizing Concepts for the Roman Economy’. P&P 195: 3–54.
Morley, N. (2007). Trade in Classical Antiquity. Cambridge.
Morley, N. (2007). ‘The Early Roman Empire: Distribution’, in W. Scheidel, I. Morris and R. Saller (eds), The Cambridge Economic History of the Greco-Roman World. Cambridge, 570–591.
Peña, J. (2007). ‘Two Groups of Tituli Picti from Pompeii and environs: sicilian wine, not flour and hand-picked olives’. JRA 20: 233–254.
Temin, P. and D. Kessler (2007). ‘The organization of the grain trade in the early Roman Empire’. EHR 60.2: 313–332.
Erdkamp, P.P.M. (2005). The Grain Market in the Roman Empire A Social, Political and Economic Study. Cambridge.
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.
Levick, B. (2004). ‘The Roman Economy: Trade in Asia Minor and the Niche Market’. Greece and Rome 51.2: 180–198.
Morelli, F. (2004). ‘Tessuti e indumenti nel contesto economico tardoantico: i prezzi’. AntqTard 5: 55–78.
Arndt, A., W. Van Neer, B. Hellemans, J. Robben, F. Volckaert and M. Waelkens (2003). ‘Roman trade relationships at Sagalassos (Turkey) elucidated by ancient DNA of fish remains’. JAS 30.9: 1095–1105.
Harris, W. (2000). ‘Trade’, in A. Bowman, P. Garnsey and D. Rathbone (eds), The High Empire: A.D. 70-192. Cambridge, 710–740.
Monfort, C.C. (1999). ‘The Nature of the Roman trade: an archaeological perspective’. MBAH 18.2: 87–114.
Alston, R. (1998). ‘Trade and the city in Roman Egypt’, in H.M. Parkins and C. Smith (eds), Trade, Traders and the Ancient City. London, 168–202.
Laurence, R. (1998). ‘Land transport in Roman Italy: costs, practice and the economy’, in H.M. Parkins and C. Smith (eds), Trade, Traders and the Ancient City. London, 129–148.
Parkins, H.M. and C. Smith (1998). Trade, Traders and the Ancient City. London.
Paterson, J. (1998). ‘Trade and Traders in the Roman world: scale, structure, and organisation’, in H.M. Parkins and C. Smith (eds), Trade, Traders and the Ancient City. London, 149–167.
Morley, N. (1996). Metropolis and Hinterland. Cambridge.
Domergue, C. (1994). ‘Production et commerce des métaux dans le monde romain’, in C. Nicolet and S. Panciera (eds), Epigrafia della Produzione e della Distribuzione. Rome, 61–91.
De Ligt, L. (1993). Fairs and Markets in the Roman Empire. Economic and Social Aspects of Periodic Trade in a pre-industrial society.. Amsterdam.
Parker, A. (1992). Ancient Shipwrecks from the Mediterranean and Roman Provinces. Oxford.
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.
Tchernia, A. (1986). Le vin de l'Italie romaine. Essai d'histoire économique d'après les amphores. Rome.
Frayn, J.M. (1984). Sheep-Rearing and the Wool Trade in Italy during the Roman Period. Liverpool.
D'Arms, J. (1981). Commerce and Social Standing in Ancient Rome. Cambridge MA.
Hopkins, K. (1980). ‘Taxes and Trade in the Roman Empire’. JRS 70: 101–125.
Thorley, J. (1969). ‘The Development of Trade between the Roman Empire and the East Under Augustus’. Greece and Rome 16.2: 209–223.
Margabandhu, C. (1965). ‘Trade Contacts between Western India and the Graeco-Roman World in the Early Centuries of the Christian Era’. JESHO 8.3: 316–322.
Jones, A.H.M. (1960). ‘The Cloth Industry under the Roman Empire’. EHR 13.2: 183–192.
Hourani, G. (1952). ‘Did Roman Commercial Competition Ruin South Arabia?’. JNES 11.4: 291–295.
Eggers, H.J. (1951). Der römische Import im freien Germanien.. Hamburg.
Loane, H.J. (1944). ‘Vespasian's Spice Market and Tribute in Kind’. CP 39.1: 10–21.
Loane, H.J. (1938). Industry and Commerce of the City of Rome. Baltimore.
Frank, T. (1937). ‘Notes on Roman Commerce’. JRS 27: 72–79.
Ekholm, E. (1935). Zur Geschichte des römisch-germanischen Handels. Copenhagen.
Seger, H. (1934). Die Einfuhr von Bronzeschüsseln der römischen und frühmerowingischen Zeit nach Skandinavien: ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des römisch-germanischen Handels. Breslau.
Sarasin, A. (1930). Der Handel zwischen Indien und Rom zur Zeit der römischen Kaiser. Basel.
Schiller, A. (1930). ‘Trade Secrets and the Roman Law; The Actio Servi Corrupti’. CLR 30.6: 837–845.
Bowen, E. (1928). ‘Roman Commerce in the Early Empire’. ClassWeek 21.26: 201–206.
Warmington, E.H. (1928). The Commerce between the Roman Empire and India. Cambridge.
Charlesworth, M.P. (1924). Trade routes and commerce of the Roman Empire. Cambridge.
West, L.C. (1924). ‘Commercial Syria under the Roman Empire’. TPAPA 55: 159–189.
Besnier, M. (1920). ‘Le commerce du plomb à l'époque romaine d'après les lingots estampillés’. RA 12: 211–244.
Hatzfeld, J. (1919). Les trafiquants italiens dans l'Orient hellenique. Paris.
Schoff, W.H. (1915). ‘The Eastern Iron Trade of the Roman Empire’. JAOS 35: 224–239.
Frank, T. (1910). ‘Commercialism and Roman Territorial Expansion’. CJ 5.3: 99–110.
Parvan, V. (1909). Die Nationalität der Kaufleute im römischen Kaiserreiche. Breslau.
Knapp, Ch. (1907). ‘Roman Business Life as Seen in Horace’. CJ 2.3: 111–122.
Vidal de la Blache, P. (1896). ‘Voies de commerce dans la Géographie de Ptolémée’. CRAI 40.6: 456–483.
Herfurth, C. (1889). De Aquileiae Commercio. Halle.
Hirth, F. (1885). China and the Roman Orient. Researches into their ancient and medieval Relations as represented in old Chinese records. Shanghai.
Hunt, F. (1848). ‘The Commerce of Ancient Rome’. MMCR 19: 465–476.
Richelot, H. (1838). Esquisse de l'industrie et du commerce de l'antiquité. Paris.
Huet, P. (1763). Histoire du commerce et de la navigation des anciens. Lyon.
Ernesti, J.A. (1737). De negotiatoribus Romanis diputatiuncula. Leipzig.