Trade, merchant capital, industrial capital, and blocked capitalist development in early state economies

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Patterson, T. C. (2011). Trade, merchant capital, industrial capital, and blocked capitalist development in early state economies. Jangwa Pana, 10(1), 96–114.


Trade, for many archaeologists, is the  a society employs to maintain or  its relations and linkages with  outside world. They also see trade as  motor of social and political-economic  leading to and culminating  the rise of civilization and the   states. , by focusing on  distribution of raw materials and,  typically the nature of trade rather than the social  that underlie the circulation of ., they rarely treat category itself as problematic.

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Trade; archaeology; history Trade; archaeology; history


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