Greasing the Wheels of Trade: measuring the Dutch transaction with occupational data

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Dalen, Hendrik ; Vuuren, Aico (2003)

textabstractHow much does a nation spend on resources to 'grease the wheels of trade'? To examine this question the Dutch economy is used as an exemplary case as the Netherlands are known as a nation of traders. This image was derived in the seventeenth century from suc... View more
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