W. Broekaert

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Broekaert, W. (2017) 'Conflicts, Contract Enforcement, and Business Communities in the Archive of the Sulpicii'. in Flohr, M.; Wilson, A. (ed.) The Economy of Pompeii. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 385-412.
Broekaert, W. (2016) 'Freedman and Agency in Roman Business'. in Wilson, A.; Flohr, M. (ed.) Urban craftsmen and traders in the Roman World. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 222-253.
Broekaert, W. (2015) 'Recycling Networks. The Structure of the Italian Business Community on Delos'. in Erdkamp, P.P.M.; Verboven, K. (ed.) Structure and Performance in the Roman Economy. Models, Methods and Case Studies. Brussels: Éditions Latomus, 143-182.
Broekaert, W. (2015) 'Sticky Fingers. The Investment Structure of the Spanish Oil Business'. Mondes Anciens 7.
Broekaert, W. (2014) 'Modelling the Roman Textile Industry in the Northern Provinces'. in Dross-Krüpe, K. (ed.) Textile trade and distribution in antiquity. Wiesbaden: Harassowitz, 55-70.
Broekaert, W. (2013) Navicularii et negotiantes. A prosopographical study of Roman merchants and shippers.. Pharos. Studien zur griechisch-römischen Antike. Rahden: .
Broekaert, W.; Zuiderhoek, A. (2013) 'Industries and Services'. in Erdkamp, P.P.M. (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Ancient Rome. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 317-335.
Broekaert, W. (2012) 'Vertical integration in the Roman Economy: A response to Morris Silver'. Ancient Society 42, 109-125.
Broekaert, W. (2011) 'Oil for Rome During the Second and Third Century AD: A Confrontation of Archaeological Records and the Historia Augusta'. Mnemosyne 64.4, 591-623.
Broekaert, W. (2011) 'Partners in business: Roman merchants and the potential advantages of being a collegiatus'. Ancient Society 41, 221-256.
Broekaert, W. (2008) 'Creatio ex nihilo ? The Origin of the corpora nauiculariorum reconsidered'. Latomus 67, 692-706.
Broekaert, W. (2008) 'Roman Economic Policies during the Third Century AD. The Evidence of the tituli picti on Oil Amphorae'. Ancient Society 38, 197-219.