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Brittany Hayden - Price Formation and Fluctuation in Ptolemaic Egypt
17.02.2021, 07:30

Изключително интересно и подробно проучване за цените на стоките в Древен Египет през епохата на Птолемеите (305-31 г. пр. н.е.). Акцентът е върху техните стойности, колебания и начина на формирането им в контекста на двете определящи пазарни сили: взаимодействието търсене-предлагане и институционалната намеса.

Brittany Hayden - Price Formation and Fluctuation in Ptolemaic Egypt, Chicago (IL), The University of Chicago, 2018

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This dissertation seeks to identify fluctuations and volatility in the prices of commodities in early Ptolemaic Egypt and to explain the possible causes of such variability. An understanding of the interplay between market forces and institutional influence on the prices is fundamental to understanding the ancient Egyptian economy and ancient economies in general. In tabulating and analyzing ancient prices, the author address the key economic question of how prices were formed, including the role of the state and other social institutions in regulating the extent to which prices could vary. The factors that could have influenced price variability are endless--inundation levels would have had the largest impact on harvest levels, and certain crops may have been more or less affected by these environmental factors based on their own biology, for example. This dissertation approaches price variability from an alternative angle, however, interrogating the extent to which the Ptolemaic state was effective in overriding the variability caused by such infinite factors through its interventions towards price stability (e.g., fixing prices or managing production of certain commodities).

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