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History of Trade and Commerce
Kuran, T. (2010). The scale of entrepreneurship in Middle Eastern history: Inhibitive roles
of Islamic institutions. The Invention of Enterprise: Entrepreneurship from Ancient
Mesopotamia to Modern Times, 62-87.
This article analyzes the historical transformations that took place in contribution to
economic modernization. It specifically looks into how different roles inhibited the development
of organizational forms. With a specification in Islamic Institutions and how they conducted
themselves in trading activities during ancient times, it explains how the sixteenth century lacked
entrepreneurs. Instead, the Middle Age institutions focused on the persona...
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