Growing in the Shadow of an Empire: How Spanish Colonialism Affected Economic Development in Europe and in the World (XVIth-XVIIIth Cc.)

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Giuseppe De Luca, Gaetano Sabatini
FrancoAngeli, 2012 - History - 445 pages
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Contents

Prologue
9
Fiscal and Financial Relationships between the Castilian Crown
29
Making Profits from War
43
Merchants Guilds and Economic Policy in SeventeenthCentury Milan
137
the Adventures of Italian Hatters from the Sixteenth to the Twenteenth Century
183
Cash flows Commercial Competitive Forces Towns Privileges and Central Power
211
the Port City of Malaga in the Ancien Régime An approximation
239
the Case of Tagle y Bracho Viceroyalty of Peru 17001750
253
From Dukes to Kings Particular Aspects of the Development of the House of Braganza
299
Strategies of Acquisition Management
319
The Po Basin States and the Routes of Transit during the Early Modern Age
343
The Congregazione dello Stato between Renewed Local Fervor and Unitary Tension 15901706
361
Documentary Appendix
387
Bibliography
393
Index
431
QUESTO LIBRO TI È PIACIUTO?
446

Santa Fe and the Conflict over the Privilege of Puerto Preciso 17261743
271
American Arrangements for Growth between the Habsburgs and the Bourbons
285
I NOSTRI CATALOGHI
447
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