Published on October 29, 2007
Commercial Revolution The Growth of Trade (1450 – 1750)
A Look At the Changing Institutions of European Trade
Improvements in Transportation
Rise of the Merchant Class
Urbanization Interdependent Trade and cities intertwined
Trade and cities intertwined
Changing Legal Structure Laws equate to predictable action Reduces risk of trade and investment. Important for Capitalism
Laws equate to predictable action
Reduces risk of trade and investment.
Important for Capitalism
Bills of Exchange
Taxation Over Confiscation
Economics Association without Kinship
Double Entry Bookkeeping
Moral System Suitable for Commerce
Europe’s Political Division
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Main Themes: 1. Nations were looking for new trade routes which led to new explorations. 2. Nations sought new sources of wealth and new economic theories ...
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