This chapter examines the problematic nature of business networks in the British Atlantic during the period from 1750 to 1815. It provides case studies on the different definitions and the function of networks and considers some of the problems associated with networks. This chapter explains that networks comprised groups of people that formed associations with the explicit or implicit expectation of mutual benefit and that their success varied greatly.
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