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INVANDRARE SOM RESURS 1540–1820. BLAND-EUROPÉER OCH HANDELSFAMILJER I EUROPA OCH SVERIGE. KONTAKTER, KREDITER, KULTUR.
- Dalhede, Christina, 1944- (författare)
- Göteborgs universitet, Ekonomisk-historiska institutionen
Göteborgs universitet Handelshögskolan. Ekonomisk-historiska institutionen.
- ISBN 978-91-978210-0-1
- PREINDUSTRIAL RESEARCH GROUP [PRG], 2009
- Svenska 208 s.
- Abstract Christina Dalhede, Invandrare som resurs 1540–1820. Bland-Européer och handelsfamiljer i Europa och Sverige. Kontakter, Krediter, Kultur (En tidig Europamarknad 1). Preindustrial Research Group, Department of Economic History, School of Business, Economics and Law, University of Gothenburg. Göteborg 2009. Ill. 208 pages. ISBN 978-91-978210-0-1. Christina Dalhede, Resourceful Immigrants. Mixed-Europeans and Merchant Families in Early Modern Europe. Connections, Credits, Culture. (An Early European Market 1). Preindustrial Research Group, Department of Economic History, School of Business, Economics and Law, University of Gothenburg. Göteborg 2009. Ill. 208 pages. ISBN 978-91-978210-0-1. Christina Dalhede, Familjer, Förbindelser, Krediter, Kultur 1540-1820. DVD. (En tidig Europamarknad 2). Preindustrial Research Group, Department of Economic History, School of Business, Economics and Law, University of Gothenburg, Göteborg 2009. Ill. ISBN 978-91-978210-1-8 DVD. Christina Dalhede, Families, Connections, Credits, Culture 1540–1820. DVD. (An Early European Market 2). Preindustrial Research Group, Department of Economic History, School of Business, Economics and Law, University of Gothenburg, Göteborg 2009. Ill. ISBN 978-91-978210-1-8 DVD Resourceful Immigrants will discuss questions and thoughts concerning possibilities and problems that immigrants to Sweden faced in early modern history. The book will contribute to new knowledge by providing examples of how practical problems were solved during that period. A family with European family roots in their luggage, who immigrated to 16th Century Sweden, will shape the read line in the book. We will accompany Nicolaus and his family from the 16th Century Southern Germany to the 17th and 18th Century Sweden. We will take part in their everyday life as well as festive celebrations through out generations, in their meetings with other people from different geographical, social and economic environments. Family context, geographical contact networks and international ties played a central role in the Early-Modern society. So have also capability, loyalty, trust, credits and capital. The question of success or failure as an immigrant, no matter what occupation, depended on how and to what extent the individual, the family, the home/ the house/ the company/enterprise, through their ability and loyalty, could shape trust around the family and their activities. Admittance to geographical contact networks, international connections, capital and credits were built on trust. In particular, immigrants with mixed-European family roots and merchant backgrounds, are shown to have been resourceful immigrants in economic, social and cultural aspects in Early Modern Sweden. The book is written in a popular science style.
- HUMANIORA -- Historia och arkeologi -- Historia (hsv//swe)
- HUMANITIES -- History and Archaeology -- History (hsv//eng)
- HUMANIORA (hsv//swe)
- HUMANITIES (hsv//eng)
- Historisk-filosofiska ämnen
- History and philosophy subjects
- Key words: Immigrant
- Mixed-European family
- Merchant families
- Early Modern Europe
- bills of exchange
- European Market
- family roots
- geographical contact networks
- home/house/ company
- international Merchant Relations
- middle men
- Estate Inventories
- Merchant Account Books
- Business Letters
- Bressanone (Brixen)
- Ljusnarsberg (Nya Kopparberg)
- Österby bruk
- Merchant families
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