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Data Analysis—Methods And Conclusions

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The idea behind part of this book was that, were the theory that Sephardic merchants became successful in trade due to their utilization of intra-cultural networks true, then merchants such as Rodrigues Vega, Carvalho, and Osorio, who were among the most prominent and wealthy of the Sephardic merchants in Amsterdam at the time, would have made particular use of intra-Sephardic networks. Yet they absolutely did not. Across the board, these merchants made less use of intra-Sephardic networks than did the other Sephardic traders in Amsterdam at the time.

Keywords: data analysis; Sephardic merchants



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