Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2007. 474 pp.
Contents: Jan Lucassen/Arent Pol: Preface – Jan Lucassen: Introduction: Wages and Currency, 500 BCE - 2000 CE – Helen Wang:
Official Salaries and Local Wages in Juyan, North-West China, First Century BCE to First Century CE – Johan van Heesch: Some
Aspects of Wage Payments and Coinage in Ancient Rome, First to Third Centuries CE – Arjan van Aelst: A South-Chinese Currency
Zone between the Twelfth and Nineteenth Centuries – Yoshiaki Shikano: Currency, Wage Payments, and Large Funds Settlement
in Japan, 1600-1868 – Willem G. Wolters: How Were Labourers Paid in the Philippine Islands during the Nineteenth Century?
– Jan Luiten van Zanden: Linking Two Debates: Money Supply, Wage Labour and Economic Development in Java in the Nineteenth
Century – Alan M. Stahl: Coins for Trade and for Wages: The Development of Coinage Systems in Medieval Venice – Nicholas Mayhew:
Wages and Currency: The Case in Britain up to c. 1600 – Jan Lucassen: Wage Payments and Currency Circulation in the Netherlands
from 1200 to 2000 – John TePaske: Early Spanish Colonial Mints: Mexico, Santo Domingo, Lima, Potosí – Najaf Haider: Structure
and Movement of Wages in the Mughal Empire, 1500-1700 – Om Prakash: Long Distance Trade, Coinage and Wages in India, 1600-1960
– Jan Lucassen: The Logistics of Wage Payments: Changing Patterns in Northern India in the 1840s – Craig Muldrew: Wages and
the Problem of Monetary Scarcity in Early Modern England.