The English East India Company: The Study of an Early Joint-stock Company 1600-1640
This is the first of three sets of reprints charting the emergence, evolution and maturing of international business throughout the last millennium.
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THE ORGANIZATION OF THE COMPANY AND BUSINESS
ORGANIZATION AND TRADE
THE FACTORS OF THE EAST INDIA COMPANY
SHIPPING AND DOCKYARDS
FROM SOUTHEAST ASIA
FROM INDIA AND PERSIA
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