|Author:||Adrian Jarvis,Robert Lee|
|Publisher:||Liverpool University Press (January 1, 2008)|
|Category:||Engineering and Transport|
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This study offers an exploration of the role of merchants throughout maritime history through the analysis of maritime trade networks
Your name Please enter your name. This study offers an exploration of the role of merchants throughout maritime history through the analysis of maritime trade networks. It attempts to fill in the gaps in the historiography to determine the range of activities that maritime merchants undertook. It is comprised of nine chapters: one introductory, and eight exploring aspects of merchant history across Europe during the period 1640 to 1940.
Trade, Migration and Urban Networks, c. 1640-1940: An Introduction
eISBN: 978-1-78694-897-7. Trade, Migration and Urban Networks, c. 1640-1940: An Introduction. Adrian Jarvis and Robert Lee. DOI: 1. 307/j. This is a book about merchants and their activities, an historiography which still has many gaps. Robert Lee. This chapter introduces the major themes of the journal, namely, the way merchants built their businesses through trade networks that encompassed migration and port demographics. Maritime piracy is a problem that the world has long been faced with – and one that has again reared its ugly head more prominently with the major upswing in pirate activities off the coast of Somalia since the mid- to late 2000s. The phenomenon has posed a multi-pronged threat to global, economic, strategic and security interests.
Trade, Migration and Urban Networks in Port Cities, c. 1640-1940.
It is composed of ten essays, with an introductory chapter and concluding chapter. Trade, Migration and Urban Networks in Port Cities, c.
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Includes bibliographical references.
See Adrian Jarvis and Robert Lee, ‘Trade, Migration and Urban Networks, . 640–1940: An Introduction’, in Adrian Jarvis and Robert Lee (eds), Trade, Migration and Urban Networks in Port Cities, . 640–1940 (St. John’s, 2008), pp. 1–14; Bhaswati Bhattacharya, Gita. 1–14; Bhaswati Bhattacharya, Gita Dharampal-Frick and Jos Gommans, ‘Spatial and Temporal Continuities of Merchant Networks in South Asia.
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