‘Special issue: Merchants and commercial conflicts in European history’

Continuity and Change has a special issue out on ‘Merchants and Commercial Conflicts in Europe, 1250-1600’, 32 (2017): special issue 1. Here is the line-up with abstracts: Alain Wijffels, ‘Introduction: Commercial quarrels – and how (not) to handle them’, 1-9: The settlement of structural commercial conflicts of interest cannot be exclusively subsumed under the heading of dispute resolution. Even when a particular conflict opposing specific individuals or groups of interests could be settled, the broader underlying conflicts of interest would subsist and re-emerge …” (more)

[Mitra Sharafi, Legal History Blog, 16 January]

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