What Makes a Commodity? An Eighteenth-century American Farmer Decides
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Daniel Vickers discusses, "What Makes a Commodity? An Eighteenth-century American Farmer Decides". Vickers is Professor of History at the University of British Columbia. This talk was included in the conference session topic titled, “Microeconomics of Credit”.
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