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Evolution of International Business

1800-1945

Edited by Mark Casson

Introduction by Mark Casson

Routledge – 2000

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Virtually all modern business has an international component. However the rise of international business is not a uniquely modern phenomenon, it is something that has gathered momentum over many centuries. The great trade fairs of medieval Europe were catalysts for economic growth and they attracted traders from all over Europe. The trading companies that emerged in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries were forerunners of today's multinational enterprises.

This set explores the evolution of international business between 1800-1945.

Name: Evolution of International Business: 1800-1945 (Hardback)Routledge 
Description: Edited by Mark CassonIntroduction by Mark Casson. Virtually all modern business has an international component. However the rise of international business is not a uniquely modern phenomenon, it is something that has gathered momentum over many centuries. The great trade fairs of medieval Europe were...
Categories: International Economics, History of Economic Thought, Human Resource Development