Trade in the pre-modern era, 1400-1700, Volume 2
A study of the growth of international trade from the 15th through to the 17th century. This collection of articles examines topics such as the emergence of new world trade routes, trade in particular goods and commodities, European trade policies and mercantilism.
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ADLA Alexandria Amsterdam Antwerp Archiefen Atlantic France average bales Baltic trade Beirut busses cargo cent changes cloth Colbert commerce commodities competition consumption county of Nantes Danzig decade decline Ducal Prussia Dutch ships early eau-de-vie Economic History Review England English estimate Europe Europe's Pepper European market exports figures fish fishery France Gdansk growth Handel Heckscher Holland Iberian Iberian peninsula Ibid increase industry International Trade London Magalhaes-Godinho manufactures Maria Bogucka Mediterranean mercantilist merchants monopoly Nantais Nantes Netherlands Oostzaan outport output Paris pepper and spices pepper imports period Philip Benedict Poland political ports Portuguese production profits quintals raw material re-exports Religious Wars rent-seeking Riga Role of Atlantic Rouen Rouen's Foreign Trade route Ruiz salt seventeenth century shipments sixteenth century Spain Spanish Spice Imports spice trade supply Table textile tion Venetian Venice vessels wine wool woollen XVIth