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These are works about medieval Scottish economic history. Their bibliographies and footnotes should give you a start on finding sources for further research and more specialized works. See also the Towns and Burghs section of the Scottish Medieval Bibliography.
Whyte, Ian D. Scotland Before the Industrial Revolution: An Economic & Social History c. 1050-1750. Edited by J. V. Beckett, Longman Economic & Social History of Britain. London: Longman, 1995. Order paperback from Amazon.co.uk Order hardcover from Amazon.com Order hardcover from Amazon.co.uk
Gemmill, Elizabeth and Nicholas Mayhew. Changing Values in Medieval Scotland: A Study of Prices, Money, and Weights and Measures. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995. Hardcover at Amazon.com (w/Search Inside) - Amazon.co.uk (w/Search Inside) - Barnes&Noble; Paperback at Amazon.com - Amazon.co.uk
Gibson, Alex. Scottish Economic History Database, 1550 - 1780 [WWW]. Alex Gibson's Home Page, 20 Dec 1994 [cited 3 Jan 2002]. Available from http://www.ex.ac.uk/~ajgibson/scotdata/scot_database_home.html.
A database with various kinds of economic data, including crop yields, demographic data, price series, wage series, and weather statistics.
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