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At Home on the World Markets: Dutch International Trading Companies from the 16th Century Until the Present epub ebook

by Joost Jonker,Keetie Sluyterman

At Home on the World Markets: Dutch International Trading Companies from the 16th Century Until the Present epub ebook

Author: Joost Jonker,Keetie Sluyterman
Category: Economics
Language: English
Publisher: McGill-Queen's University Press; 1 edition (March 1, 2001)
Pages: 429 pages
ISBN: 0773522158
ISBN13: 978-0773522152
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The Dutch economy has relied on trade for centuries

The Dutch economy has relied on trade for centuries. In the lavishly illustrated At Home on the World Markets Joost Jonker and Keetie Sluyterman look at mercantile dynasties - such as the Trips and the Van Eeghens - and companies - such as the famous Dutch East Indian Company VOC and the modern trading company Hagemeyer - that have been largely unstudied.

Sluyterman and others published At home on the world markets

Sluyterman and others published At home on the world markets. Dutch international trading from the 16th century until the present. An Anglo-Dutch premium auction consists of an English auction followed by a Dutch auction, with a cash premium paid to the winner of the first round regardless of the second-round outcome.

The Dutch economy has relied on trade for centuries

The Dutch economy has relied on trade for centuries.

Book Description: The Dutch economy has relied on trade for centuries. Meanwhile, the country finally lost its commercial primacy to Britain.

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Jonker, Joost; Sluyterman, Keetie: At Home on the World Markets: Dutch International Trading Companies from the 16th Century until the Present. The Journal of Economic History, 2004, vol. 64, issue 03, p. 641–72). Jonker, Joost; 't Hart, Marjolein; van Zanden, Jan Luiten: A Financial History of the Netherlands. Jorink, Eric: Reading the Book of Nature in the Dutch Golden Age, 1575–1715, BRILL, 2010, 474 pp.

The Dutch economy has relied on trade for centuries

At Home on the World Markets : Dutch International Trading Companies from the 16th Century Until the Present. The Dutch economy has relied on trade for centuries.

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This book examines the development of the ideas of the new Austrian school from its beginnings in Vienna in the 1870s to the present.

Jonker, Joost, and Sluyterman, Keetie. At Home on the World Markets: Dutch International Trading Companies from the 16th Century until the Present. Klein, Peter . e Trippen in de 17e eeuw: een studie over het ondernemersgedrag op de Hollandse stapelmarkt. North, Douglass . nstitutions, Institutional Change and Economic Performance.

At Home on the World Markets: Dutch International Trading Companies from the 16th Century until the Present. On the Persistency of Legal Institutions: A Look at Law and Finance c. 1900. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School. The Hague: SDU Uitgevers. La Porta, R, Lopez-de-Silanes, . Shleifer, . and Vishny, R 1997. Legal Determinants of External Finance.

The Dutch economy has relied on trade for centuries. During the seventeenth century the Netherlands experienced a Golden Age built largely on commercial enterprise, and trade continues to be the golden link in the supply chain from producers to consumers. Yet we know very little about the business of trade and the people involved in it. What was the nature of their work, and how did it evolve through the ages? In the lavishly illustrated At Home on the World Markets Joost Jonker and Keetie Sluyterman look at mercantile dynasties - such as the Trips and the Van Eeghens - and companies - such as the famous Dutch East Indian Company VOC and the modern trading company Hagemeyer - that have been largely unstudied. They describe the evolution of a unique economic sector that occupies a key position in the supply chain from producers to consumers.
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