Wealth and taxation in Central Europe: the history and sociology of public finance
This book shows how finance and taxation are key to an understanding of the distribution of social and political power in central Europe from the late Middle Ages to the 20th century.
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administration agricultural ancien regime assessment Austrian Baden Bavaria Bavaria and Baden Berlin BHSTA MF Brandt Bruck budget bureaucratic cent central government century constitutional creditors crisis deficits Deutsche Deutschen Reiches Deutschland direct taxation domain early modern economic Empire Estates excise expenditure federal Finanzpolitik fiscal Franckenstein clause Frankfurt fund Gerloff German Geschichte Gottingen guilders Handbuch der Finanzwissenschaft Herleshausen history of public Homberg Hungarian ibid idem imperial Imperial Germany important income tax increase interest Jahrhunderts land Lander loans lord Lower Austria manorial system matricular contributions military million guilders modernisation monarchy Munich neo-absolute organisation payments peasant credit peasant household period political pre-industrial agricultural prince problems profit Prussian public debt public finances public spheres reform Reichsrat Reichstag revenue Revolution social sociology sources structure Stuttgart tax burden tax capital territories tion trade Tubingen unequal exchange Verfassungs Vienna Waldkappel Weimar Republic Wiirttemberg Wirtschaft