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Published: 2012

Author: Rodolphe Durand, Jean-philippe Vergne

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Size: 208 Pages

ISBN: 1422183181

The Pirate Organization : Lessons from the Fringes of Capitalism

At Corsair's, we are partial to pirate stories. This book examines the intersection of piracy and capitalism. It provides perspective on the various groups across history that have worn the moniker of pirate and their role in the capitalist system. Read this book for perspective. Read it also to understand the implications of inefficiencies in the system and the role certain groups play in overcoming them.

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