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Traite négrière transatlantique : comment a été pérennisée la production du bien esclave?


  • Kinvi Logossah

    () (CEREGMIA, Université des Antilles et de la Guyane)


Cet article montre que contrairement à ce que pouvaient laisser croire une littérature historique classique et une opinion largement répandue, la traite négrière transatlantique (TNTA) ne s’était pas développée à partir d’un esclavage interne africain préalable ou à partir de la traite musulmane qui l’avait précédée mais qu’il possédait des mécanismes vitaux propres. L’article met en évidence ces mécanismes vitaux propres et montre comment la dynamique économique qui en a résulté a assuré la pérennisation de la TNTA. Mots clés : Traite négrière, transatlantique, captif, esclave, production, dynamique, pérennisation. JEL classification : N000, N90, N97

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  • Kinvi Logossah, 2013. "Traite négrière transatlantique : comment a été pérennisée la production du bien esclave?," Documents de Travail 2013-10, CEREGMIA, Université des Antilles et de la Guyane.
  • Handle: RePEc:crg:wpaper:dt2013-10

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    1. Logsdon, Jeanne M. & Wood, Donna J., 2002. "Business Citizenship: From Domestic to Global Level of Analysis," Business Ethics Quarterly, Cambridge University Press, vol. 12(02), pages 155-187, April.
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    3. Adaeze Okoye, 2009. "Theorising Corporate Social Responsibility as an Essentially Contested Concept: Is a Definition Necessary?," Journal of Business Ethics, Springer, vol. 89(4), pages 613-627, November.
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    • N90 - Economic History - - Regional and Urban History - - - General, International, or Comparative
    • N97 - Economic History - - Regional and Urban History - - - Africa; Oceania

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