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Curriculum Design and Instruction to Teach

The History Of World Trade Since 1450: The

Making Of The Modern Economy:


Author: Charles Hayes:


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Topics Include:

@ Business Families:

I. Introduction:

1. Agnelli Family:

2. Astor Family:

3. Brown Family:

4. Cabot Family:

5. Dole Family:

6. Duke Family:

7. Du Pont de Nemours Family:

8. Fugger Family:

9. Guggenhieim Family:

10. Hope Family:

11. Mitsubishi:

12. Mitsui:

13. Nanyang Brothers Tobacco:

14. Philips:

15. Rockefeller Family:

16. Rothschild Family:

17. Sa'ud Family:

18. Schlumberger Family:

19. Siemens:

20. Sumitomo:

21. Tagore Family:

22. Tata Family Enterprises:

23. Wallenberg Family:

24. Zheng Family:

@ Cities:

I. Introduction:

1. Amsterdam:

2. Antwerp:

3. Bahia:

4. Baltimore:

5. Barcelona:

6. Boston:

7. Bristol:

8. Cadiz:

9. Calcutta;

10. Cartagena;

11. Chambers of Commerce:

12. Charleston:

13. Entrepot System:

14. Factories:

15. Free Ports:

16. Gdansk:

17. Genoa:

18. Glasgow:

19. Guanghou:

20. Guilds:

21. Hamburg:

22. Hanseatic League (Hansa or hanse):

23. Havana:

24. Hong Kong:

25. La Rochelle:

26. Lisbon:

27. Liverpool:

28. London:

29. Los Angeles-Long Beach:

30. Madras:

31. Marseilles:

32. Melaka:

33. Mumbai:

34. Nagasaki:

35. Nantes:

36. New Orleans:

37. New York:

38. Paris:

39. Philadelphia:

40. Porto:

41. Potosi:

42. Rio de Janeiro:

43. Rotterdam:

44. Salem:

45. San Francisco-Oakland:

46. Serville:

47. Shanghai:

48. Sinagapore:

49. Sydney:

50. Venice:

51. Veracruz:

52. Yokohama:

@ Commodities:

I. Introduction:

1. Coal:

2. Coffee:

3. Cotton:

4. Counterfiet Goods:

5. Cowries:

6. Drugs, Illicit:

7. Furs:

8. Glassware;

9. Gold and Silver:

10. Hardware:

11. Rice:

12. Rubber:

13. Silk:

14. Spices and the Spice Trade:

15. Sugra, Molasses, and Rum:

16. Tea:

17. Textiles before 1800:

18. Textiles Since 1800:

19. Timber:

20. Tobacco:

21. Toys:

22. Wheat and Other Cereal Grains:

23. Wine:

24. Wool:

@ Concepts and Ideas: Economic:

I. Introduction:

1. Balance of Payments:

2. Boycott:

3. Bullion (Specie):

4. Canton System:

5. Capital Flows:

6. Capitalism:

7. Commodity Money:

8. Corn Laws:

9. Depressions and Recoveries:

10. Developmental State, Concept

of the Economics, Neoclassical:

11. Flows of factors Of Production:

12. Free Ports:

13. Free Trade, Theory and Practice:

14. Globalization, Pro and Con:

15. Heckscher-Ohlin:

16. Imperial Preference:

17. Imperilism:

18. Import Substitution:

19. Industrial Revolution:

20. Industrialization:

21. Institutional Aspects Of World Trade:

22. Market Integration:

23. Merchantilism:

24. Millets and Capitulations:

25. Money and Monetary Policy:

26. Monopoly and Oligopoly:

27. Most-Favored-Nation Provisions:

28. Nationalization:

29. Networks, Supply, Distribution and Customer:

30. Physiocrats:

31. Protection Costs:

32. Purchasing Power Parity:

33. Quantity Theory Of Money:

34. Rates of Exchange:

35. Special Economic Zones (SEZs):

36. Staples and Staple Theory:

37. Stolper-Samuelson Theorem:

38. Subsidies:

39. Theories of International Trade Before

1900:

40. Theories Of International Trade Since 1900:

41. Transaction Costs:

42. Tribute System:

43. Women Traders of Southeast Asia:

@ Concepts and Ideas: General:

I. Introduction:

1. American System:

2. Artistic Representations Of Trade;

3. Education, Overview:

4. Law, Common and Civil:

5. Law, International (Law of Nations and Law

of the Sea):

6. Nationalism:

7. Patent Laws and Intellectual Property Rights:

8. Piracy:

9. Political Systems:

10. Privateering:

11. Religion:

12. Religion:

13. Sex and Gender:

14. Smuggling:

15. Socialism and Communism:

16. Treaties:

@ Corporations and Business:

I. Introduction:

1. Anglo American Corporation:

2. ARAMCO:

3. Banking:

4. British-American Tobacco:

5. Bunge and Born:

6. Corporation, or Limited Liability Company:

7. Correspondents, Factors, and Brokers:

8. DeBeers:

9. East India Company, British:

10. East India Company, Dutch:

11. East India Company, Other:

12. Guilds:

13. Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank:

14. Hyundai:

14. Jardine Matheson:

15. Joint-Stock Company:

16. Levant Company:

17. Lloyd's of London:

18. Mitsui:

18. Nanyang Brothers Tobacco:

19. Ostend East India-Company:

20. Partnership:

21. Peddlers:

22. PEMEX:

23. Retailing:

24. Royal Niger Company:

25. Services:

26. Sony:

27. Tata Family Enterprises:

28. Unilever:

29. United Fruit Company:

30. West India Company, Dutch:


@ Countries and Regions:

I. Introduction:

1. Angola:

2. Argentina:

3. Australia and New Zealand:

4. Baltic States:

5. Bangladesh:

6. Bengal:

7. Black Sea:

8. Brazil:

9. Burma:

10. Canada:

11. Chile:

12. China:

13. Colombia:

14. Cuba:

15. Dahomey:

16. Denmark:

17. Egypt:

18. Finland:

19. France:

20. Germany:

21. Ghana:

22. Gold Coast:

23. Greece:

24. Gujarat:

25. Haiti:

26. India:

27. Indian Ocean:

28. Indonesia:

29. Iran:

30. Italy:

31. Jamaica:

32. Japan:

33. Kenya:

34. Kongo:

35. Korea:

36. Manchuria:

37. Mediterranean:

38. Mexico:

39. Morocco:

40. New Spain:

41. Nigeria:

42. Norway:

43. Pakistan:

44. Persian Gulf:

45. Peru:

46. Portugal:

47. Sa'ud Family:

48. Senegambia:

49. South Africa:

50. South China Sea:

51. Spain:

52. Sri Lanka:

53. Sweden:

54. Taiwan:

55. Thailand:

56. United Kingdom:

57. United States:

58. Venezuela:

59. Vietnam:

60. Zimbabwe:

@ @ Economic Agents:

I. Introduction:

1. Climate:

2. Correspondents, Factors, and Brokers:

3. Ethnic Groups, Africans:

4. Ethnic Gruops, Armenians:

5. Ethnic Groups, Cantonese:

6. Ethnic Groups, Fujianese:

7. Ethnic Groups, Gujarati:

8. Ethnic Groups, Huguenots:

9. Ethnic Groups, Irish:

10. Ethnic Groups, Jews:

11. Ethnic Groups, Native Americans:

12. Ethnic Groups, Scots before 1800:

13. Ethnic Groups, Scots since 1800:

14. Laborers, Aztec and Inca:

15. Laborers, Contract:

16. Laborers, Native American, Eastern Woodland

and Far Western:

17. Labor, Types of Networks,

Supply, Distribution, and Customer:

18. Partnership:

19. Peddlers:

20. Piracy:

21. Privateering:

22. Retailing:

23. Slavery and the African Slave Trade:

24. Smuggling:

25. Travelers and Travel:

@ Empires:

I. Introduction:

1. Board of Trade, British:

2. Board of Trade, Spanish:

3. East India Company, British:

4. East India Company, Dutch;

5. Elizabeth I:

6. Empire, Belgian:

7. Empire, British: 1450-1783:

8. Empire, British, 1783-Present:

9. Empire, Dutch:

10. Empire, French: 1450-1815:

11. Empire, Frence: 1815-Present:

12. Empire, Japanese:

13. Empire, Ming:

14. Empire, Mughal:

15. Empire, Ottoman:

16. Empire, Portuguese:

17. Empire, Quing:

18. Empire, Spanish:

19. Home Charges (India):

20. Imperial Maritime Customs, China:

21. Leopold II:

22. Navigation Acts:

23. New Spain:

24. Philip II:

25. Slavery and the African Slave Trade:

26. Tribute System:

27. War, Government Contracting:

28. Zheng Family:

@ Industries:

I. Introduction:

1. Agriculture:

2. Arms, Armaments:

3. Automobile:

4. Banking:

5. Books:

6. Coal:

7. Cotton:

8. Counterfeit Goods:

9. Drugs, Illicit:

10. Finance, Credit and Money Lending:

11. Finance, Insurance:

12. Furs:

13. Glassware:

14. Gold and Silver:

15. Hardware:

16. Industrialization:

17. Information and Communications:

18. Nitrates:

19. Petroleum:

20. Pharmaceuticals:

21. Retailing:

22. Rubber:

23. Services:

24. Shipbuilding:

25. Silk:

26. Sugar, Molasses, and Rum:

27. Textiles before 1800:

28. Textiles since 1800:

29. Tobacco:

30. Toys:

31. Travelers and Travel:

32. War, Government Contracting:

33. Wheat and other Cereal Grains:

34. Wine:

35. Wool:

@ Infrastructure:

I. Introduction:

1. Canals:

2. Fairs:

3. Habors:

4. Panama Canal:

5. Port Cities:

6. Suez Canal:

@ @ Labor:

I. Introduction:

1. Africa, Labor Taxes (Head Taxes):

2. Encomienda and Repartimiento:

3. Industrial Labour Organization:

4. Laborers, Aztex and Inca:

5. Laborers, Coerced:

6. Laborers, Contract:

7. Laborers, Native American, Eastern Woodland,

and Far Western:

8. Labor, Types of Seamen Wages:

9. Slavery and the African Slave Trade:

@ Organizations and Institution:

I. Introduction:

1. Accounting and Accounting Practices:

2. Africa, Labor Taxes (Head Taxes):

3. Africa, natives Land Act:

4. Baltic Exchange:

5. Banking:

6. Board of Trade, British:

7. Board of Trade, Spanish:

8. Boycott:

9. Bretton Woods:

10. Canton System:

11. Caravan Trade:

12. Chambers of Commerce:

13. Chicago Board of Trade:

14. Comecon:

15. Common Market and the European Union:

16. Compradors:

17. Corporation, or Limited Liability Company:

18. Correspondents, Factors, and Brokers:

19. eBay:

20. Encomienda and Repartimiento:

21. Entrepot System:

22. Factories:

23. Franchising, International:

24. Free Ports:

25. GATT, WTO:

26. Gold Standard:

27. Guilds:

28. Hanseatic League (Hansa or Hanse):

29. Home Charges (India):

30. Imperial Maritime Customs, China:

31. Internation Labour Organization:

32. International Monetary Fund (IMF):

33. Japanese Ministry of International Trade and

Industry (METI):

34. Joint-Stock Company:

35. Lloyd's of London:

36. Markets, Stock:

37. MERCOSUR:

38. Millets and Capitulations:

39. NAFTA:

40. Nationalization:

41. OPEC:

42. Ostend East India Company:

43. Peddlers:

44. Piracy:

45. Privateering:

46. Regional Trade Agreements:

47. Russia:

48. Trade Forms, Organizational, and

Legal Institutions:

49. Tribute System:

50. World Bank:

@ People:

I. Introduction:

1. Albuquerque, Afonso de:

2. Alcock, Rutherford:

3. Ali, Muhammad:

4. Baring, Alexander:

5. Bessemer, Henry:

6. Bodin, Jean:

7. Bonaparte, Napoleon:

8. Brunel, Isambard Kingdom:

9. Churchill, Winston:

10. Coen, Jan Pieterszoon:

11. Colbert, Jean-Baptiste:

12. Columbus, Christopher:

13. Condorcet, Marie-Jean-

Antoine-Nicolas de Caritat, Marquis de:

14. Conquistadors:

14. Cook, James:

15. Cunard, Samuel:

16. Deng, Xiaoping:

17. Eastman, George:

18. Elizabeth I:

19. Engels, Friedrich:

20. Ford, Henry:

21. Gama, Vasco da:

22. Gates, Bill:

23. Getty, Paul:

24. Gilbert, Humphrey:

25. Gresham, Sir Thomas:

26. Gulbenkian, Calouste:

27. Hakluyt, Richard, the Younger:

28. Hamilton, Alexander:

29. Hart, Robert:

30. Hawkins, John:

31. Hearst, William Randolph:

32. Hoover, Herbert:

33. Hume, David:

34. Huskisson, William:

35. Jaja, King of Opobo:

36. Keynes, John Maynard:

37. Krupp:

38. Leopold II:

39. Lee Kuan Yew:

40. Lin Zexu:

41. Loney, Nicholas:

42. Magellan, Ferdinand:

43. Marconi, Guglielmo:

44. Marx, Karl:

45. Mill, John Stuart:

46. Monnet, Jean:

47. Monroe, James:

48. Morgan, J.P.

49. Onassis, Aristotle:

50. Pasha, Isma'il:

51. Peel, Sir Robert:

62. Philip II:

63. Pombal, Marques de:

64. Raffles, Sir Thomas Stamford:

65. Rhodes, Cecil:

66. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano:

67. Sarbah, John:

68. Smith, Adam:

69. Stalin, Joseph:

70. Tung Chee-hwa:

71. Watson, Thomas, Sr., and Thomas, Jr.

72. Zhang Han:

@ Phenomena:

I. Introduction:

1. Blockades in Peace:

2. Blockades in War:

3. Boycott:

4. Climate:

5. Disease and Pestilence:

6. Famine:

7. Gold Rushes:

8. Great Depression of the 1930s:

9. Population-Emigration and Immigration:

10. Prices and Inflation:

11. Protectionism and Tariff Wars:

12. Travelers and Travel:

13. Volcanic Eruptions:

14. War, Government Contracting:

15. Wars:

@ Shipping:

I. Introduction:

1. Caravan Trade;

2. Cargoes, Freight:

3. Cargoes, Passenger:

4. Containerization:

5. Free Ports:

6. Packet Ports:

7. Aids to Shipping:

8. Coastal Shipping:

9. Shipping, Inland Waterways, Europe Shipping,

Inland Waterwasy, North America:

10. Shipping Lanes:

11. Shipping, Merchant:

12. Shipping, Technological Change:

13. Ships and Shipping:

14. Ship Types:

15. Suez Canal:

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