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MONGOL AND ROMAN PRACTICES, SUPPLY CHAINS, AND CULTURE: A BUSINESS PERSPECTIVE


Abstract At the outset it may seem as if fields of business and history are two irreconcilable fields. However, careful study of both reveals that the two are far from dissimilar. After all, one cannot expect to conquer the world without impeccable logistics, and no organization succeeds without a competent culture. Two great civilizations rose to prominence because their supply chains and methodologies outstripped their contemporaries. The first is the Romans. Once a small village situated on the Italian Peninsula, Rome’s empire grew to encompass the entirety of the Mediterranean world during the first century CE. The second is the Mongols, nomadic horseman who formed the largest contiguous empire in history roughly twelve hundred years later. At i... (more)
Created Date 2020-05
Contributor Curtis, Alexander (Author) / Kellso, James (Thesis Director) / Brettle, Adrian (Committee Member) / Department of Supply Chain Management / Barrett, The Honors College
Subject Business / History / Strategy / Supply Chain / Culture
Series Academic Year 2019-2020
Type Text
Extent 28 pages
Language English
Copyright
Collaborating Institutions Barrett, the Honors College
Additional Formats MODS / OAI Dublin Core / RIS


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