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New institutional economics and ancient camel drivers: in which way modern economical concepts can help to understand the changes in long distance trade in first millennium BC Mesopotamia

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Laetitia Graslin. New institutional economics and ancient camel drivers: in which way modern economical concepts can help to understand the changes in long distance trade in first millennium BC Mesopotamia. Kerstin Dross-Krüpe; Sabine Föllinger; Kai Ruffing. Antike Wirtschaft und ihre kulturelle Prägung / The cultural shaping of the ancient economy, Harrassowitz, pp.47-62, 2016, Philippika - Altertumskundliche Abhandlungen, 978-3-447-10674-0. ⟨hal-01854435⟩

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