The Ethics of Arbitrage and Forestalling Across the Late Medieval World
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James Davis discusses,"The Ethics of Arbitrage and Forestalling Across the Late Medieval World". Davis is Senior Lecturer in Medieval History at Queen's University, Belfast. This talk was included in the conference session topic titled, “Comparing Ethics and Institutions”.
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