By Kenneth Pomeranz
In a sequence of short vignettes the authors convey to existence overseas alternate and its actors, and in addition exhibit that financial job can't be divorced from social and cultural contexts. within the procedure they clarify that the doubtless smooth suggestion of financial globalisation has deep historic roots.
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