The english east india company was one of the most powerful and enduring organizations in history between monopoly and free trade locates the source of that success in the innovative policy by which the companys court of directors granted employees the right to pursue their own commercial . The english east india company has long sat at the center of debates on the relative virtues of monopoly forms of organization and free trade. Between monopoly and free trade the english east india company 1600 1757 by emily erikson princeton university press 2014 272 pp 3995 else the analytical sociology enterprise can devolve into an ahistorical exercise in rational choice modeling. Between monopoly and free trade the english east india company 1600 1757 emily erikson 2 17 13 combination of private and company trade was the central pillar of the english east india companys continued expansion and adaptability over nearly two centuries as a predominantly the english east india company was formed december 31 . In between monopoly and free trade the english east india company 1600 1757 emily erikson a sociologist traces the institutional features that she contends enabled the success of the english east india company the type of statistical modeling and data analysis erikson employs may be unfamiliar to many historians but her central
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