Early Modern Urban Immigration in East Central Europe: A Macroanalysis

Miller, Jaroslav
May 2005
Austrian History Yearbook;2005, Vol. 36, p3
Academic Journal
Examines the sources and patterns of migration to urban centers in East Central Europe during the early modern era. Dimensions of population movements in relation to urbanization and political, economic, and religious pressures; Types of urban migration; Parameters of early modern burgher immigration; Factors that influenced the intensity of migratory flows and geographic scope of immigration.


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