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The Roman Market Economy$
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Peter Temin

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780691147680

Published to Princeton Scholarship Online: October 2017

DOI: 10.23943/princeton/9780691147680.001.0001

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Appendix to Chapter 10

Appendix to Chapter 10

(p.240) Appendix to Chapter 10
The Roman Market Economy

Peter Temin

Princeton University Press

This appendix reproduces figures 10.2–10.4 in algebraic form, allowing for the extensions of the model described in the comparison between ancient Rome and the Industrial Revolution. I represent all relations as linear, which makes the model simpler. Since it has been hard to verify the shape of these relationships in historical data, these linear equations can serve as approximations to the “true” relations in the neighborhood of equilibrium, y* and n*. I adopt the convention that all coefficients are positive, so that negative relations are in the sign of the equation, not of the coefficient....

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