Going the distance : Eurasian trade and the rise of the business corporation, 1400-1700 /
"Long-distance oceanic and overland trade along the Eurasian landmass in the 1400s was largely dominated by Chinese, Indian, and Arabic traders and predominantly conducted over short trajectories by sole traders or organized around small-scale enterprises. Yet, within two centuries of Europeans...
Princeton University Press,
|Series:||Princeton economic history of the Western world.
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