A History of Business in Medieval Europe 1200 1550

Two main themes run through the book.

A History of Business in Medieval Europe  1200 1550

Author: Edwin S. Hunt

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ISBN: 9781139155199

Page: 277

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Two main themes run through the book. First, the force and direction of business development in this period stemmed primarily from the demands of the elite. Second, the lasting legacy of medieval businessmen was less their skillful adaptations of imported inventions than their brilliant innovations in business organization.

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