Table of contents for History of world trade since 1450 / John J. McCusker, editor in chief.

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Article
Accounting and Accounting Practices
Africa, Labor Taxes (Head Taxes)
Africa, Native Lands Acts
Agnelli Family
Agriculture
Albuquerque, Afonso de
Alcock, Rutherford
Ali, Muhammad
American System
Amsterdam
Anglo American Corporation
Angola
Antwerp
ARAMCO
Argentina
Arms, Armaments
Artistic Representations of Trade
Astor Family
Australia and New Zealand
Automobile
Bahia
Balance of Payments
Baltic Exchange
Baltic States
Baltimore
Bangladesh
Banking
Barcelona
Baring, Alexander
Bengal
Benin see Dahomey
Bessemer, Henry
Black Sea
Blockades in Peace
Blockades in War
Board of Trade, British
Board of Trade, Spanish [Casa de Contratación]
Bodin, Jean
Bombay. See Mumbai
Bonaparte, Napoleon
Books
Bordeaux
Boston
Boycott
Brazil
Bretton Woods
Bristol
British-American Tobacco
Brown Family
Brunel, Isambard Kingdom
Bullion (specie)
Bunge and Born
Burma
Businessmen and Women. See entry on Sex and Gender
Cabot Family
Cadiz
Calcutta
Canada
Canals
Canton see Guangzhou
Canton System
Capital Flows
Capitalism
Caravan Trade
Cargoes, Freight
Cargoes, Passenger
Cartagena
Ceylon see Sri Lanka
Chambers of Commerce
Charleston
Chicago Board of Trade
Chile
China
Churchill, Winston
Climate
Coal
Coen, Jan Pieterszoon
Coffee
Colbert, Jean-Baptiste
Colombia
Columbus, Christopher
Comecon
Commodity Money
Common Market and European Union
Compradors
Condorcet, Marie-Jean-Antoine-Nicolas de Caritat, Marquis de
Conquistadors
Containerization
Cook, James
Copper
Corn Laws
Corporation, or Limited Liability Company
Correspondents, Factors, and Brokers
Cotton
Counterfeit Goods
Cowries
Cuba
Cunard, Samuel
Dahomey
Danzig see Gdansk
De Rhodes, Alexandre
DeBeers
Deng Xiaoping
Denmark
Depressions and Recoveries
Developmental State, Concept of the
Diaz, Porfirio
Disease and Pestilence
Dole Family
Drugs, Illicit
Dry Goods
Du Pont de Nemours Family
Duke Family
East India Company, British
East India Company, Dutch
East India Company, Other
Eastman, George
eBay
Economics, Neoclassical
Education, Overview
Egypt
Elizabeth I
Empire, Belgian
Empire, British
Empire, British: 1450–1783
Empire, British: 1783–present
Empire, Dutch
Empire, French
Empire, French: 1450–1815
Empire, French: 1815–present
Empire, Japanese
Empire, Ming
Empire, Mughal
Empire, Ottoman
Empire, Portuguese
Empire, Qing
Empire, Spanish
Encomienda and Repartimiento
Engels, Friedrich
Entrepôt System
Ethnic Groups, Africans
Ethnic Groups, Armenian
Ethnic Groups, Cantonese
Ethnic Groups, Fujianese
Ethnic Groups, Gujarati
Ethnic Groups, Huguenots
Ethnic Groups, Irish
Ethnic Groups, Jews
Ethnic Groups, Native Americans
Ethnic Groups, Scots
Ethnic Groups, Scots before 1800
Ethnic Groups, Scots since 1800
Factories
Fairs
Famine
Finance, Credit, and Money Lending
Finance, Insurance
Finland
Flows of Factors of Production
Ford, Henry
France
Franchising, International
Free Ports
Free Trade, Theory and Practice
Fugger Family
Furs
Gama, Vasco da
Gates, Bill
GATT, WTO
Gdansk
Genoa
Germany
Getty, Paul
Ghana
Gilbert, Humphrey
Glasgow
Glassware
Globalization, Pro and Con
Gold Coast
Gold Rushes
Gold Standard
Gold, Silver, and Other Precious Metals
Great Depression of the 1930s
Greece
Gresham, Sir Thomas
Guangzhou
Guggenheim Family
Guilds
Gujarat
Gulbenkian, Calouste
Haiti
Hakluyt, Richard, the Younger
Hamburg
Hamilton, Alexander
Hanseatic League (Hansa or Hanse)
Harbors
Hardware
Hart, Robert
Havana
Hawkins, John
Hearst, William R.
Heckscher-Ohlin
Home Charges (India)
Hong Kong
Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank
Hoover, Herbert
Hope Family
Hume, David
Huskisson, William
Hyundai
Imperial Maritime Customs, China
Imperial Preference
Imperialism
Import Substitution
India
Indian Ocean
Indonesia
Industrial Revolution
Industrialization
Information and Communications
Institutional Aspects to World Trade
International Labour Organization
International Monetary Fund (IMF)
International Trade Agreements
Iran
Iron and Steel
Italy
Jaja, King of Opobo
Jamaica
Japan
Japanese Ministry of International Trade and Industry (METI)
Jardine Matheson
Joint-Stock Company
Kandy see Sri Lanka
Kenya
Keynes, John Maynard
Kolkata see Calcutta
Kongo
Korea
Krupp
La Rochelle
Labor, Types of
Laborers, Aztec and Inca
Laborers, Coerced
Laborers, Contract
Laborers, Native American, Eastern Woodland and Far Western
Law, Common and Civil
Law, International (Law of Nations & Law of the Sea)
Lee Kuan Yew
Leopold II
Levant Company
Lin Zexu
Lisbon
Liverpool
Lloyd's of London
London
Loney, Nicholas
Los Angeles-Long Beach
Madras
Magellan, Ferdinand
Manchuria
Marconi, Guglielmo
Market Integration
Markets, Stock
Marseilles
Marx, Karl
Mediterranean
Melaka
Mercantilism
MERCOSUR
Mexico
Mill, John Stuart
Millets and Capitulations
Mining
Mitsubishi
Mitsui
Money and Monetary Policy
Monnet, Jean
Monopoly and Oligopoly
Monroe, James
Morgan, J. P.
Morocco
Most-Favored-Nation Provisions
Mumbai
NAFTA
Nagasaki
Nantes
Nanyang Brothers Tobacco
Nationalism
Nationalization
Navigation Acts
Networks, Supply, Distribution and Customer
New Orleans
New Spain
New York
Newport
Nigeria
Nitrates
Norway
Onassis, Aristotle
OPEC
Ostend East India Company
Packet Boats
Pakistan
Panama Canal
Paris
Partnership
Pasha, Ismail
Patent Laws and Intellectual Property Rights
Peddlers
Peel, Sir Robert
PEMEX
Perry, Matthew
Persia see Iran
Persian Gulf
Peru
Petroleum
Pharmaceuticals
Philadelphia
Philip II
Philippines
Philips
Physiocrats
Piracy
Political Systems
Pombal, Marquès de [Sebastiao José de Carvalho e Mello, marquês de Pombal, 
Population—Emigration and Immigration
Port Cities
Porto
Portugal
Potosi
Prices and Inflation
Privateering
Protection Costs
Protectionism and Tariff Wars
Purchasing-Power-Parity
Quantity Theory of Money
Raffles, Sir Thomas Stamford
Rates of Exchange
Regional Trading Agreements
Religion
Retailing
Rhodes, Cecil
Rhodesia see Zimbabwe
Rice
Rio de Janeiro
Rockefeller Family
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano
Rothschild Family
Rotterdam
Royal Niger Company
Rubber
Russia
Salem
San Francisco–Oakland
Sanctions see Blockades in Peace
Sarbah, John
Saud Family
Schlumberger
Seamen Wages
Senegambia
Services
Seville
Sex and Gender
Shanghai
Ship Types
Shipbuilding
Shipping Lanes
Shipping, Aids to
Shipping, Coastal
Shipping, Inland Waterways, Europe
Shipping, Inland Waterways, North America
Shipping, Merchant
Shipping, Technological Change
Ships and Shipping
Siam see Thailand
Siemens
Silk
Singapore
Slavery and the African Slave Trade
Smith, Adam
Smuggling
Socialism and Communism
Sony
South Africa
South China Sea
Spain
Special Economic Zones (SEZs)
Spices and the Spice Trade
Sports
Sri Lanka
Stalin, Joseph
Staples and Staple Theory
Stolper-Samuelson Theorem
Subsidies
Suez Canal
Sugar, Molasses, and Rum
Sumitomo
Sweden
Sydney
Tagore Family
Taiwan
Tariff Theories see Protectionism and Tariff Wars.
Tata Family Enterprises
Tea
Textiles
Textiles before 1800
Textiles since 1800
Thailand
Theories of International Trade
Theories of International Trade since 1900
Theories of International Trade, pre-1900
Timber
Tobacco
Toys
Trade Forms, Organizational, and Legal Institutions
Transaction Costs
Travelers and Travel
Treaties
Tribute system
Tung Chee-hwa
U.S.S.R. see Russia; Socialism and Communism
Unilever
United Fruit Company
United Kingdom
United States
Venezuela
Venice
Veracruz
Vietnam
Volcanic Eruptions
Wallenberg Family
War, Government Contracting
Wars
Watson, Thomas, Sr., and Thomas, Jr.
West India Company, Dutch
Wheat and Other Cereal Grains
Wine
Women Traders of Southeast Asia
Wool
World Bank
Yokohama
Zhang Han
Zheng Family
Zimbabwe

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

International trade -- History.
Commerce -- History.