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Market Ethics and Practices, C. 1300-1850.

By: Middleton, Simon.
Contributor(s): Shaw, James E.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Milton : Routledge, 2017Copyright date: ©2018Edition: 1st ed.Description: 1 online resource (244 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781351343305.Subject(s): Commerce-Moral and ethical aspects-History | Business ethics-History | Capitalism-Moral and ethical aspects-HistoryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Market Ethics and Practices, C. 1300-1850DDC classification: 174.4 Online resources: Click here to view book
Contents:
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- List of illustrations -- Acknowledgements -- Notes on contributors -- Introduction: markets, ethics, practices -- PART I Principles and regulations -- 1 The ethics of arbitrage and forestalling across the late medieval world -- 2 Whose "common good"? Parisian market regulation, c. 1300-1800 -- 3 Self-control and savings: Adam Smith and the creation of modern capital -- 4 Demonic ambiguities: Enchantment and disenchantment in Nat Turner's Virginia -- PART II Practices and microhistories -- 5 Neighbours and hedges: Shopkeeping in early New England -- 6 Parasols and poverty: Conjugal marriage, global economy, and rethinking the consumer revolution -- 7 Trust in illicit markets: The role of Jewish merchants in Jamaica's Spanish American trade -- 8 In union there was strength: The legal protection of eighteenth-century merchant partnerships in England and France -- 9 Commercial practices at the margins of the merchant economy -- 10 "To winne them by fayre meanes": The ethics of exchange in the making of the early English Atlantic -- Index.
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- List of illustrations -- Acknowledgements -- Notes on contributors -- Introduction: markets, ethics, practices -- PART I Principles and regulations -- 1 The ethics of arbitrage and forestalling across the late medieval world -- 2 Whose "common good"? Parisian market regulation, c. 1300-1800 -- 3 Self-control and savings: Adam Smith and the creation of modern capital -- 4 Demonic ambiguities: Enchantment and disenchantment in Nat Turner's Virginia -- PART II Practices and microhistories -- 5 Neighbours and hedges: Shopkeeping in early New England -- 6 Parasols and poverty: Conjugal marriage, global economy, and rethinking the consumer revolution -- 7 Trust in illicit markets: The role of Jewish merchants in Jamaica's Spanish American trade -- 8 In union there was strength: The legal protection of eighteenth-century merchant partnerships in England and France -- 9 Commercial practices at the margins of the merchant economy -- 10 "To winne them by fayre meanes": The ethics of exchange in the making of the early English Atlantic -- Index.

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<p>Simon Middleton (College of William and Mary) is author of From Privileges to Rights: Work and Politics in Colonial New York (2006) and co-editer of Class Matters (2008) . He is working on a book investigating the introduction of paper money to colonial America.</p> <p>James E. Shaw (University of Sheffield) is a historian who focuses on the relationship of legal structures (laws, practices, institutions) to the daily practices of economic life. His books include The Justice of Venice (2006) and Making and Marketing Medicines in Renaissance Florence (2011).</p>

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