encouraged by the state." (410) The mercantilistic
period was also
Although China has long had an interest in Africa, contributing in a limited way to its economic development with aid and cooperation programmes, the more mercantilistic
approach that has taken off in the past decade has had a deep and fundamental impact in Africa.
It has suggested that the non-iterative transactions are easier to trace, because of their purely mercantilistic
Johnson twice mentions Mariana, but only as a kind of diffuse cultural contextualization of Cervantes's criticisms of mercantilistic
corruption (124, 159).
Yoruba, Aja-Fon, and Bantu) and was largely influenced by the chattel slavery and mercantilistic
context from which it emerged during the fifteenth to nineteenth centuries (Harding, 2000; Krippner, 2008; Van De Port, 2005).
* the public shame attached to mercantilistic
practices and foreign exchange manipulation for trade advantages
The report cautioned that the United States' approach to GPS must not appear "chauvinistic or mercantilistic
" by international parties, but rather the United States should foster increasing international interest in GPS by providing other nations with a voice in the system's future.
defined by the mercantilistic
pressures exerted by polls and public
The desire to accumulate large amounts of specie led to the development of the balance of trade principle, which would be essential to mercantilistic
These empires were furthermore highly centralized, authoritarian, corporative, mercantilistic
, scholastic, patrimonial, seigniorial, and warlike.
The ideals and interests were changing: it was necessary to produce and not only look for merchandises, as unfortunately and sadly slaves were seen in the mercantilistic
society since the XV century.
The British also imposed some mercantilistic
restrictions that contributed to the Revolutionary War, but Spanish policies were more restrictive.