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Joe Perkins

Joe Perkins is a fellow in economics at All Souls College, Oxford.

Globalisation

Joe Perkins, 7 June 2007

Complaints about the impact of economic globalisation are not new. On 9 December 1719, in response to the growth in cotton imports from India, the merchants and traders of Bristol submitted a petition to the House of Commons claiming that ‘the visible decay of the Woollen Stuff Manufacture must be attributed to the almost general wearing of India Chints, Callicoes and Linen...

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