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  • Indian Economy
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  • The Role of Science and Technology in the Development of World Economy
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  • Revolutionary Changes in the Atlantic World, 1750–1850
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  • In What Ways and to What Extent Was Industrial Developments from 1800 to 1860 a Factor in the Relationship Between the Northern and Southern States?
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  • Describe Thr Shiftsbin the World Economy over the 30 Years. What Are the Implications of These for International Busineses
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  • Social Consequences of Industrialisation in Britain Between 1800- and 1850
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  • What Made Britain so Different from the Rest of Europe Before 1850?
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  • Information Rules a Strategic Guide to the Network Economy
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  • Globalization World Economy
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  • Economy History
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  • Economy of Germany
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