Mercantile mathematics; industrial mathematics
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[Thesis] Johnston, S. Making mathematical practice: Gentlemen, practitioners and artisans in Elizabethan England.
[Thesis] Woolgar, C.M. The development of household accounts and accounting in England to about 1500.
[Article] Michael J. Neuss (2018) Blood Money: Harvey's De motu cordis (1628) as an Exercise in Accounting. British Journal for the History of Science (pp. 181-203).