PLUS Markets

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PLUS Markets

PLUS Markets

PLUS Markets

PLUS Markets

PLUS Markets

PLUS Markets

Non plus ultra: Latin Geolinguistic Markets at their Limits

Selling Women. Prostitution, Markets, and the Household in Early Modern Japan. By Amy Stanley (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2012, xxii plus 256 pp.)

The British Market Hall: A Social and Architectural History. By James Schmiechen and Kenneth Carls (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1999. Xii plus 312 pp. $50)

Making a Medical Living: Doctors and Patients in the English Market for Medicine, 1720—1911. By Anne Digby (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1994. xix plus 348pp. $64.95)

Raising Consumers: Children and the American Mass Market in the Early Twentieth Century. By Lisa Jacobson (New York: Columbia University Press, 2004. xii plus 299 pp. $35.00)

Feeding the City: From Street Market to Liberal Reform in Salvador, Brazil, 1780-1860. By Richard Graham (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2010. xv plus 334 pp. $24.95)

Peasant Dreams & Market Politics: Labor Migration and the Russian Village, 1861–1905. By Jeffrey Burds (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1998. xiv plus 314pp. $50.00/cloth $22.95/paperback)

Farm, Shop, Landing: The Rise of a Market Society in the Hudson Valley, 1780–1860. By Martin Bruegel (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2002. xiii plus 305 pp. $64.95 [cloth], $21.95 [paper])

Ethnicity, Markets, and Migration in the Andes: At the Crossroads of History and Anthropology. Edited by Brooke Larson and Olivia Harris with Enrique Tandeter (Durham and London: Duke University Press, 1995. viii plus 428pp.)

Merchants and Shopkeepers: A Historical Anthropology of an Irish Market Town, 1200–1991. By P. H. Gulliver and Marilyn Silverman (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1995. ix plus 440pp. $60.00/cloth $29.95/paperback)


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A stock exchange in London that offers both primary and secondary markets for shares in smaller companies. It developed from the Ofex trading facility in 2005–06 and is now a serious rival to the London Stock Exchange’s Alternative Investment Market. It became a UK Recognized Investment Exchange in 2007.

Subjects: Accounting.

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