Profit Maximisation, Ethics, and Trade Structure c. 1300-1800
|editor(s): ||Sprengard, Karl A / Ptak, Roderich|
|pages/dimensions: ||XI, 239 Seiten, 14 Abb.|
|binding: ||Buch (Hardcover)|
|publishing date: ||01.01.1994|
|prices: ||69,00 Eur[D] / 71,00 Eur[A]|
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