On the now peaceful open air Markets in the world is spilled much blood, its the place of law and judgment. Despite their current prevalence and historical significance, little is known about the economics of open air markets.
Public markets are celebrated as sources of sociability, economic mobility, and local character with lots of culture. Mercatus (Rome, Italy) Big bazaar ( Asia), public open markets and cultural exotic merchants are intimately woven into human history. Human history is, in fact, a real history of markets. Important elements in law, politics and family life emerged and traveled from market to market to many markets, and religion spread by trading relationships.
Markets are simultaneously abstract and concrete, flexible and stable and into markets policy makers have poured their expectations, scholars their expectations, politicians their praise and criticism, immigrants their hopes for better lives and markets are constantly being remade in light of new opportunities and demands for new trading relationships. Its a place to grow and get your best network, besides the money to make.
The history of markets and merchants are on earth for ages, markets and merchants are here to stay. The public open air street markets do have myths. * Markets are disorganized and disorderly : wrong, the government will see on this; * Markets are sources of illegality, particularly in taxation or merchandise acquisition : wrong, on any place with many people there will be some with bad influence.
* Markets and merchants are dirty or unsanitary : wrong, the most markets have very good hygiene ; * Markets are dangerous and merchants defraud customers : wrong, if you do not feel good by visiting a place, just don't; * Markets are dead-end activities and merchants live hand to mouth : wrong, it's a save place, just stay away from trouble; * Markets are inefficient and merchants are not “real” business people : wrong, some of the biggest companies in the world started their business on the market.
* Markets are unimportant, disconnected from the larger socio-economic situation : wrong, lots of markets are in people's neighborhood where it is hard working but there are many more markets in the better places; * Merchants are without ambitions : wrong, it is the public place to work yourself up to become successful in life.
* Markets are for the poor and merchants are typically the poor or destitute : wrong there are lots of theme markets all over the world from art market to horse markets and from antique market to flea markets; * Markets are biased by race or class: wrong, it is the multi cultural place to meet all kind of friendly people.
Maybe al these myths have some basis in reality but the reality will always be a peoples judge mixed bag of positive and negative perceptions. It is the market shopping fun of your visit to a local market for example on your holiday. Some people have good and some have bad experience on the open air public markets.
Everywhere you have to take care for yourself and your belongings but would it not be a lot of fun if you find an old painting by Dutch painter Rembrandt van Rijn or an medievel vase for your flowers, an Andy Warhol and even cheap, fresh organic food on the market to visit.
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