RHE 1998 n. 01 invierno

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RHE 1998 n. 01 invierno

 

Archivo Abierto Institucional de la Universidad Carlos III de Madrid:RHE 1998 n. 01 invierno

CONTENTS
THE COSTS AND BENEFITS OF EUROPEAN IMPERIALISM FROM THE CONQUEST OF CEUTA, 1415, TO THE TREATY OF LUSAKA, 1974
Twelfth International Economic History Congress. Madrid, 1998.
ARTICLES
  • Part 1. Introduction
    • Patrick K. O´Brien and Leandro Prados de la Escosura. The Costs and Benefits for Europeans from their Empires Overseas
  • Part 2. European Economies in the First Epoch of Imperialism and Mercantilism. 1415-1846.
    • Jorge M. Pedreira. «To Have and To Have not». The Economic Consequences of Empire: Portugal (1415-1822)
    • Bartolomé Yun-Casalilla. The American Empire and the Spanish Economy: An Institutional and Regional Perspective
    • Pieter C. Emmer. The Economic Impact of the Dutch Expansion Overseas, 1570-1870
    • Paul Butel and François Crouzet. Empire and Economic Growth: the Case of 18th Century France
    • Stanley L. Engerman. British Imperialism in a Mercantilist Age, 1492-1849: Conceptual Issues and Empirical Problems
  • Part 3. The Second Epoch: Liberal Imperíalism and Decolonization. 1846-1974.
    • Pedro Lains. An Account of the Portuguese African Empire, 1885-1975
    • Pedro Fraile and Alvaro Escribano. The Spanish 1898 Disaster: The Drift towards National-Protectionism
    • Pierre Van Der Eng. Exploring Exploitation: The Netherlands and Colonial Indonesia 1870-1940
    • Jean-Pierre Dormois and François Crouzet. The Significance of the French Colonial Empire for French Economic Development (1815-1960)
    • Peter Cain. Was it Worth Having? The British Empire 1850-1950
    • Giovanni Federico. Italy´s Late Unprofitable Forays into Empire

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