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Phillipp R. Schofield

output per capita. 19 Brenner detects a rejection of pre-existing models, especially the Malthusian model associated for medieval England with M.M. Postan, in favour of this leap to accept market expansion as the corner-stone of economic change. While, in fact and as we will consider in more detail later in this chapter, historians of medieval England have been more willing to describe the market and its activity than to locate it in models of long-term economic change, Brenner is right to note this significant change in focus. In seeking to locate the market within

in Peasants and historians