By Jonathan Barron Baskin
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De Roover, Medici Bank, p p . 1 6 7 - 9 3 for manufacturing activities. 41 Credit THE PREINDUSTRIAL WORLD Florentine merchant banks to experiment with different business strategies. This is apparent in comparing the policies of the leading firms during the quattrocento with those of the following century. The changes introduced during the latter period sought to avoid the dangerous snares that trapped earlier generations of business leaders. During the fourteenth century, decision-making authority in leading firms such as the rival Bardi and Peruzzi companies was highly centralized.
45-52. Previte-Orton, Shorter Cambridge Medieval History, pp. 344-50. See also Miskimin, Economy of Early Renais- sance Europe, pp. 150-58. 36 MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE ORIGINS liquidating these loans quickly during crises. 12 Nevertheless, the commercial policies formed in Florence and Venice served as instructive models for other European commercial centers. Seaports generally followed the Venetian pattern. Thus, large entrepot trades developed at Pisa, Genoa, Naples, Palermo, Barcelona, Marseilles, London, Southampton, Bruges, Hamburg and Lubeck.
341-42 and 346-57 passim. 46 MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE ORIGINS zational structure was of little consequence in light of the collapse of the Florentine state before the army of Charles VIII of France. The French monarch had invaded Italy to seize control of the Kingdom of Naples. 32 Yet in spite of the setbacks ultimately experienced by the Medici and other leading Florentine houses, merchant banking took strong hold in European finance, which continues today. The institutional relationships and organizational structures greatly facilitated the conduct of trade and finance in what by modern standards were very difficult economic circumstances.