By Giovanni Federico
This e-book examines the expansion of the realm silk undefined. Professor Federico records Western industrialization, the technical development and the altering tools of construction that enabled the silk to deal with elevated call for. Silk grew to become the 1st eastern luck tale at the international marketplace, with Italy conserving a substantial proportion till hard work used to be diverted due to its industrialization. jap industrialization additionally led its silk to an analogous destiny after the second one international battle.
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The technology and the average skill of the workers) and the product mix remained constant. On the growth of the British industry, see Clapham 1952, 20; Warner \92\, passim', and Malmgreen 1985, 6-16 and 21-25; on Lyons, see Pariset 1901, 291£f; Cayez 1978, 142-7 and 196-203; and for the short-term trends, Lequin 1984, I, 27-31; Sheridan 1981, I, 155-268; Sheridan 1984 and (on the Napoleonic period) Biagioli 1990; on Krefeld, Upwich cap 1, Cayez 1978, 147-50; and Pohl 1993, 650-55: on Berg, Schumacher 1914; finally on Zurich, Berger 1984, 162-4 and 204-08; and MottuWeber 1993, 152-3.
The causation probably runs in the opposite direction. The tenancy system changed to accommodate the needs of sericulture. For instance, the boom of silk production in Lombardy from the end of the eighteenth century favoured the breakdown of larger farms into smaller units and caused the adoption of a new contract, the c fitto misto', a combination of tenancy for wheat and sharecropping for Patterns of location: reeling and throwing The location of reeling used to depend strictly on the location of the sericulture: traditionally cocoons were processed by the same peasants who produced them or by their neighbours.
24 An economic history of the silk industry the cocoons, and was anyway borrowed. The fixed capital was not so large, and in many countries the factories could be rented. 46 The owners were usually landowners or merchants who sought a profitable and moderately risky investment for their capital (they could protect themselves from the risk of default by asking for an anticipated payment, but the rents followed the ups and downs of the industry). 47 Actually, the system could not have been so harmful: the Italian silk and the Shanghai filatures were the best silk in the world.
An Economic History of the Silk Industry, 1830-1930 by Giovanni Federico