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History of world trade since 1450

History of World Trade Since 1450 starts at a year regarded as the beginning of the Age of Exploration and examines how the hunt for new resources and markets during that period resulted in the establishment of colonies in Africa, the Americas and Asia. The set looks at the Industrial Revolution, th...

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Corporate Authors: Thomson Gale (Firm), Gale Virtual Reference Library.
Other Authors: McCusker, John J.
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: Farmington Hills, MI : Thomson Gale, [2006]
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Table of Contents:
  • v. 1. Accounting and Accounting Practices
  • Africa, Labor Taxes (Head Taxes)
  • Africa, Natives Land Act
  • Agnelli Family
  • Agriculture
  • Albuquerque, Afonso De 1453-1515
  • Alcock, Rutherford 1809-1897
  • Ali, Muhammad 1760?-1849
  • American System
  • Amsterdam
  • Anglo American Corporation
  • Angola
  • Antwerp
  • ARAMCO
  • Argentina
  • Arms, Armaments
  • Artistic Representations of Trade
  • Astor Family
  • Australia and New Zealand
  • Automobile
  • Bahia
  • Balance of Payments
  • Baltic Exchange
  • Baltic States
  • Baltimore
  • Bangladesh
  • Banking
  • Barcelona
  • Baring, Alexander 1774-1848
  • Bengal
  • Bessemer, Henry 1813-1898
  • Black Sea
  • Blockades in Peace
  • Blockades in War
  • Board of Trade, British
  • Board of Trade, Spanish
  • Bodin, Jean 1530-1596
  • Bonaparte, Napoleon 1769-1821
  • Books
  • Bordeaux
  • Boston
  • Boycott
  • Brazil
  • Bretton Woods
  • Bristol
  • British-American Tobacco
  • Brown Family
  • Brunel, Isambard Kingdom 1806-1859
  • Bullion (Specie)
  • Bunge and Born
  • Burma
  • Cabot Family
  • Cádiz
  • Calcutta
  • Canada
  • Canals
  • Canton System
  • Capital Flows
  • Capitalism
  • Caravan Trade
  • Cargoes, Freight
  • Cargoes, Passenger
  • Cartagena
  • Chambers of Commerce
  • Charleston
  • Chicago Board of Trade
  • Chile
  • China
  • Churchill, Winston 1874-1965
  • Climate
  • Coal
  • Coen, Jan Pieterszoon 1587-1629
  • Coffee
  • Colbert, Jean-Baptiste 1619-1683
  • Colombia
  • Columbus, Christopher 1451-1506
  • Comecon
  • Commodity Money
  • Common Market and the European Union
  • Compradors
  • Condorcet, Marquis de, Marie-Jean-Antoine-Nicolas de Caritat 1743-1794
  • Conquistadors
  • Containerization
  • Cook, James 1728-1779
  • Copper
  • Corn Laws
  • Corporation, or Limited Liability Company
  • Correspondents, Factors, and Brokers
  • Cotton
  • Counterfeit Goods
  • Cowries
  • Cuba
  • Cunard, Samuel 1787-1865
  • Dahomey
  • Debeers
  • Deng Xiaoping 1904-1997
  • Denmark
  • Depressions and Recoveries
  • De Rhodes, Alexandre 1591-1660
  • Developmental State, Concept of the
  • Díaz, Porfirio 1830-1915
  • Disease and Pestilence
  • Dole Family
  • Drugs, Illicit
  • Duke Family
  • Du Pont de Nemours Family
  • East India Company, British
  • East India Company, Dutch
  • East India Company, Other
  • Eastman, George 1854-1932
  • eBay
  • Economics, Neoclassical
  • Education, Overview
  • Egypt
  • Elizabeth I 1533-1603
  • Empire, Belgian
  • Empire, British
  • Empire, British: 1450-1783
  • Empire, British: 1783-Present
  • Empire, Dutch
  • Empire, French
  • Empire, French: 1450-1815
  • Empire, French: 1815-Present
  • Empire, Japanese
  • Empire, Ming
  • Empire, Mughal
  • Empire, Ottoman
  • Empire, Portuguese
  • Empire, Qing
  • Empire, Spanish
  • Encomienda and Repartimiento
  • Engels, Friedrich 1820-1895
  • Entrepôt System
  • Ethnic Groups, Africans
  • Ethnic Groups, Armenians
  • Ethnic Groups, Cantonese
  • Ethnic Groups, Fujianese
  • Ethnic Groups, Gujarati
  • Ethnic Groups, Huguenots
  • Ethnic Groups, Irish
  • Ethnic Groups, Jews
  • Ethnic Groups, Native Americans
  • Ethnic Groups, Scots
  • Ethnic Groups, Scots Before 1800
  • Ethnic Groups, Scots Since 1800
  • Factories
  • Fairs
  • Famine
  • Finance, Credit and Money Lending
  • Finance, Insurance
  • Finland
  • Flows of Factors of Production
  • Ford, Henry 1863-1947
  • France
  • Franchising, International
  • Free Ports
  • Free Trade, Theory and Practice
  • Fugger Family
  • Furs
  • da Gama, Vasco 1469?-1524
  • Gates, Bill 1955-
  • GATT, WTO
  • Gdansk
  • Genoa
  • Germany
  • Getty, Jean Paul 1892-1976
  • Ghana
  • Gilbert, Humphrey c. 1539-1583
  • Glasgow
  • Glassware
  • Globalization, Pro and Con
  • Gold and Silver
  • Gold Coast
  • Gold Rushes
  • Gold Standard
  • Great Depression of the 1930s
  • Greece
  • Gresham, Sir Thomas c. 1518-1579
  • Guangzhou
  • Guggenheim Family
  • Guilds
  • Gujarat
  • Gulbenkian, Calouste 1869-1955
  • Haiti
  • Hakluyt, Richard the Younger c. 1553-1616
  • Hamburg
  • Hamilton, Alexander 1755-1804
  • Hanseatic League (Hansa or Hanse)
  • Harbors
  • Hardware
  • Hart, Robert 1835-1911
  • Havana
  • Hawkins, John 1532?-1595
  • Hearst, William Randolph 1863-1951
  • Heckscher-Ohlin
  • Home Charges (India)
  • Hong Kong
  • Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank
  • Hoover, Herbert 1874-1964
  • Hope Family
  • Hume, David 1711-1776
  • Huskisson, William 1770-1830
  • Hyundai
  • Imperialism
  • Imperial Maritime Customs, China
  • Imperial Preference
  • Import Substitution
  • India
  • Indian Ocean
  • Indonesia
  • Industrialization
  • Industrial Revolution
  • Information and Communications
  • Institutional Aspects of World Trade
  • International Labour Organization
  • International Monetary Fund (IMF)
  • International Trade Agreements
  • Iran
  • Iron and Steel
  • Italy
  • Jaja, King of Opobo c. 1821-1891
  • Jamaica
  • Japan
  • Japanese Ministry of International Trade and Industry (METI)
  • Jardine Matheson
  • Joint-Stock Company
  • Kenya
  • Keynes, John Maynard 1887-1950
  • Kongo
  • Korea
  • Krupp.
  • v. 2. Laborers, Aztec and Inca
  • Laborers, Coerced
  • Laborers, Contract
  • Laborers, Native American, Eastern Woodland, and Far Western
  • Labor, Types of
  • La Rochelle
  • Law, Common and Civil
  • Law, International (Law of Nations and Law of the Sea)
  • Lee Kuan Yew 1923-
  • Leopold II 1835-1909
  • Levant Company
  • Lin Zexu 1785-1850
  • Lisbon
  • Liverpool
  • Lloyd's of London
  • London
  • Loney, Nicholas 1828-1869
  • Los Angeles-Long Beach
  • Madras
  • Magellan, Ferdinand 1480?-1521
  • Manchuria
  • Marconi, Guglielmo 1874-1937
  • Market Integration
  • Markets, Stock
  • Marseilles
  • Marx, Karl 1818-1883
  • Mediterranean
  • Melaka
  • Mercantilism
  • Mercosur
  • Mexico
  • Millets and Capitulations
  • Mill, John Stuart 1806-1873
  • Mining
  • Mitsubishi
  • Mitsui
  • Money and Monetary Policy
  • Monnet, Jean 1888-1979
  • Monopoly and Oligopoly
  • Monroe, James 1758-1831
  • Morgan, J. P. 1837-1913
  • Morocco
  • Most-Favored-Nation Provisions
  • Mumbai
  • Nafta
  • Nagasaki
  • Nantes
  • Nanyang Brothers Tobacco
  • Nationalism
  • Nationalization
  • Navigation Acts
  • Networks, Supply, Distribution, and Customer
  • New Orleans
  • Newport
  • New Spain
  • New York
  • Nigeria
  • Nitrates
  • Norway
  • Onassis, Aristotle 1906-1975
  • OPEC
  • Ostend East India Company
  • Packet Boats
  • Pakistan
  • Panama Canal
  • Paris
  • Partnership
  • Pasha, Ismaʻil 1830-1895
  • Patent Laws and Intellectual Property Rights
  • Peddlers
  • Peel, Sir Robert 1788-1850
  • PEMEX
  • Perry, Matthew 1794-1858
  • Persian Gulf
  • Peru
  • Petroleum
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Philadelphia
  • Philip II 1527-1598
  • Philippines
  • Philips
  • Physiocrats
  • Piracy
  • Political Systems
  • Pombal, Marquês de 1699-1782
  • Population-Emigration and Immigration
  • Port Cities
  • Porto
  • Portugal
  • Potosí
  • Prices and Inflation
  • Privateering
  • Protection Costs
  • Protectionism and Tariff Wars
  • Purchasing Power Parity
  • Quantity Theory of Money
  • Raffles, Sir Thomas Stamford 1781-1826
  • Rates of Exchange
  • Regional Trade Agreements
  • Religion
  • Retailing
  • Rhodes, Cecil 1853-1902
  • Rice
  • Rio de Janeiro
  • Rockefeller Family
  • Roosevelt, Franklin Delano 1882-1945
  • Rothschild Family
  • Rotterdam
  • Royal Niger Company
  • Rubber
  • Russia
  • Salem
  • San Francisco-Oakland
  • Sarbah, John C. 1834-1892
  • Saʻud Family
  • Schlumberger
  • Seamen Wages
  • Senegambia
  • Services
  • Seville
  • Sex and Gender
  • Shanghai
  • Shipbuilding
  • Shipping, Aids to
  • Shipping, Coastal
  • Shipping, Inland Waterways, Europe
  • Shipping, Inland Waterways, North America
  • Shipping Lanes
  • Shipping, Merchant
  • Shipping, Technological Change
  • Ships and Shipping
  • Ship Types
  • Siemens
  • Silk
  • Singapore
  • Slavery and the African Slave Trade
  • Smith, Adam 1723-1790
  • Smuggling
  • Socialism and Communism
  • Sony
  • South Africa
  • South China Sea
  • Spain
  • Special Economic Zones (SEZS)
  • Spices and the Spice Trade
  • Sports
  • Sri Lanka
  • Stalin, Joseph 1879-1953
  • Staples and Staple Theory
  • Stolper-Samuelson Theorem
  • Subsidies
  • Suez Canal
  • Sugar, Molasses, and Rum
  • Sumitomo
  • Sweden
  • Sydney
  • Tagore Family
  • Taiwan
  • Tata Family Enterprises
  • Tea
  • Textiles
  • Textiles Before 1800
  • Textiles Since 1800
  • Thailand
  • Theories of International Trade
  • Theories of International Trade Before 1900
  • Theories of International Trade Since 1900
  • Timber
  • Tobacco
  • Toys
  • Trade Forms, Organizational, and Legal Institutions
  • Transactions Costs
  • Travelers and Travel
  • Treaties
  • Tribute System
  • Tung Chee-Hwa 1937-
  • Unilever
  • United Fruit Company
  • United Kingdom
  • United States
  • Venezuela
  • Venice
  • Veracruz
  • Vietnam
  • Volcanic Eruptions
  • Wallenberg Family
  • War, Government Contracting
  • Wars
  • Watson, Thomas, Sr., and Thomas, Jr.
  • West India Company, Dutch
  • Wheat and Other Cereal Grains
  • Wine
  • Women Traders of Southeast Asia
  • Wool
  • World Bank
  • Yokohama
  • Zhang Han 1511-1593
  • Zheng Family
  • Zimbabwe
  • Primary Sources
  • Historical Texts
  • Discourse of Western Planting
  • An Essay on the East-India Trade
  • A Letter to Queen Victoria
  • Narrative of the Expedition of an American Squadron to the China Seas and Japan
  • A New Account of the East Indies
  • Report on Manufactures
  • The Wealth of Nations
  • Speeches
  • Challenge of Peace
  • Cross of Gold
  • The Fourteen Points
  • Agreements, Treaties, and Legislation
  • The Bretton Woods Agreement
  • Embargo Act of 1807
  • The General Agreement of Tariffs and Trade
  • The Marshall Plan
  • The Navigation Acts
  • The Reciprocity Treaty of 1854
  • Sample of a Native Treaty
  • United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.