journal of world history, march 2003 In teaching a college world history survey or the AP world history course, the book could be a useful supplement. By using it to provide the overarching framework for thinking about change over time through themes, world history instructors can further expand on the examples given, as well as add their own themes, to further enrich the survey. deborah smith johnston Northeastern University and Lexington High School Birth of the Multinational: 2000 Years of Ancient Business History--From Ashur to Augustus. By karl moore and david lewis. Copenhagen: Copenhagen Business School Press, 1999. 341 pp. $48.00 (cloth). There is little doubt that globalization is one of the main topics on today's world agenda. After endless discussion in the last years on pros and contras, one almost expected someone to tell us that, in the words of the preacher, "there is nothing new under the sun" (Eccles. I:9) and to explain how the "birth of the multinational" took place some 4,000 years ago and developed since--with variable steps but steadily-- toward high standards already reached in Roman Imperial times. Beginning with Old Assyrian multinational trade (chapter 4), the book treats the rise of the
Journal of World History – University of Hawai'I Press
Published: Oct 2, 2003
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