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Mediterranean Trade


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Mediterranean Trade

Mediterranean Trade

Trading Patterns, Mediterranean

trade and commerce: Mediterranean European

trade and commerce: Mediterranean European

The Mediterranean Origins of an Atlantic Trading Network

Trade liberalisation, agricultural productivity and poverty in the Mediterranean region

The Julfan Trade Network II: The Mediterranean, Northwestern European, and Russian Networks

Calamity and Transition: Re-Imagining Italian Trade in the Eleventh-Century Mediterranean

The Slave Trade during European Domination of the Mediterranean, 1815–1841

Trade-offs between survival, longevity, and reproduction, and variation of survival tolerance in Mediterranean Bemisia tabaci after temperature stress

Sebouh David Aslanian. From the Indian Ocean to the Mediterranean: The Global Trade Networks of Armenian Merchants from New Julfa.

Jessica L. Goldberg. Trade and Institutions in the Medieval Mediterranean: The Geniza Merchants and Their Business World.

Building, enforcing and subverting monopoly: France’s Compagnie royale d’Afrique and eighteenth-century Mediterranean trade

Kathryn L. Reyerson. The Art of the Deal: Intermediaries of Trade in Medieval Montpellier. (The Medieval Mediterranean, number 37.) Boston: Brill. 2002. Pp. 257

Trade and Institutions in the Medieval Mediterranean: The Geniza Merchants and their Business World, by Jessica L. Goldberg

Economic (in)security and global value chains: the dynamics of industrial and trade integration in the Euro-Mediterranean macro-region

A trade-off generated by sexual conflict: Mediterranean wrasse males refuse present mates to increase future success

Tariffs and other trade costs: assessing obstacles to Mediterranean countries' access to EU-15 fruit and vegetable markets

 

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The early development of seafaring on the Mediterranean Sea facilitated extensive trade relations among peoples separated by great distances. Trade in the Mediterranean became one of the chief factors in ...

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