Noun(1) an economic system (Europe in 18th century(2) transactions (sales and purchases, goods and services
(1) But even if the logic of mercantilism was correct, this strategy could never work if all nations tried to follow it simultaneously.(2) Having thus established his high position and noble motive, Mun declares his rule of commerce, which may be taken as the central principle of English mercantilism .(3) Originally free trade was not like mercantilism , where the government monopolizes and otherwise hinders the right to trade across borders.(4) There is, as well, a close connection between mercantilism and patriotism.(5) King George ‘wanted to forcefully impose British mercantilism on the colonies.’(6) Colbertism was an extreme form of mercantilism built around war financing schemes, high taxation, and central planning.(7) Unlike the Saskatchewan approach to canola, Smith is a proponent of a cooperative mercantilism that develops local advantages and creates strong social networks regionally to provide benefits locally.(8) As tsar he wanted to apply western mercantilism to stimulate agriculture, industry and commerce.(9) For some, Christmas is an oppressive reminder that mercantilism and materialism have replaced Christ as the heart of Christmas.(10) We should, as a nation, decide whether to operate our nation as a constitutional republic, a nation of laws, or if instead we prefer to be a country driven and defined by corporate capitalism and mercantilism .(11) Hobbes indeed borrowed a great deal from contemporary accounts of how to increase a nation's prosperity - the literature of the movement subsequently known as mercantilism .(12) Instead the programs associated with Alexander Hamilton introduced a system of mercantilism , discarding free trade in favor of tariff protection for manufactured goods.(13) Historians have been dubious about the benefits of mercantilism , but they have also been unanimous in attributing much of Spain's industrial and commercial underdevelopment to the absence of such policies.(14) Regulation then as now is a form of mercantilism that benefits some at the expense of others.(15) Who benefits from mercantilism is no mystery: look at the list of lobbyists and signatories to the complaints.(16) The rise of Britain can be attributed, Ormrod argues, largely to successful and sustained mercantilism .
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