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Discussion on the relationship between the market and the environment: Before, during and after the industrial revolution

Xinyu Wang


The Industrial Revolution saw the progress of human society and the significant development of the market economy. At
the same time, merchants, factories and companies cause great damage to the natural environment in their pursuit of profit. By discussing
the period before, during and after the industrial revolution, this paper holds that the relationship between the market and the environment is
dynamic and complex, and multiple factors influence the relationship.


Markets; Environment; Industrial Revolution

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/modern-management-forum.v6i11.6661