What A 16th Century Guild Teaches Us About Competition   2 comments

Link: http://www.npr.org/blogs/money/2012/03/27/149484066/the-tuesday-podcast-what-a-16th-century-guild-teaches-us-about-competition

Summary:  Sheilagh Ogilvie, an economic historian at Cambridge University, outlines the importance of guilds in the 16th century and how their political and economic structures  parallel  modern workplaces and markets.

Original air date: March 27, 2012

Length: 30:15 min

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