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By Rudolph P. Matthee

В этой книге анализируется экономическое, социальное и политическое значение торговли шелком в Сефевидском Иране. Внимание уделено, главным образом, четырем аспектам этой торговли: роли шелка в Иранской торговой политике, взаимодействию между чиновниками и иностранными торговцами, маршрутам транспортровки шелка, а также влиянию экономических и социальных проблем на крах режима в 1720-ых.Образцы сканов:

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But the crux of complex systems theory is that agents (elements or subsystems which make up systems) are characterised by microdiversity in behaviour. Individual agents are at different locations and have different experiences. Instead of average behaviour, differences between individual agents and local contexts lead to variation in behaviour. 2. : 153). This means that the lower level generates variety, while the higher level exerts selective pressure. The consequence is that multiple variation and selection process occur in a nested hierarchy, an idea already advanced by Campbell (1974).

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