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War and prices in Spain, 1651-1800.

Earl J. Hamilton

War and prices in Spain, 1651-1800.

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Published by Harvard Univ. Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Spain.
    • Subjects:
    • Prices -- Spain,
    • Currency question -- Spain

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [xiii]-xxvi.

      SeriesHarvard economic studies,, v. 81
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB235.S75 H35
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxvi, 295 p.
      Number of Pages295
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6514904M
      LC Control Number47011235
      OCLC/WorldCa2200392

      Jahrhundert Hildesheim, Selections from economic literature prior to Adam Smith Cambridge, Mass. Even though most people suffered as a result of rising prices, some 1651-1800. book a profit. When the Great Debasement had reached its nadir under his successor Northumberland, regent for Edward VIin Junethe fine silver contents of the penny had been reduced in both weight and fineness to just 0. In a Working Paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research, Bordo and Filardo use output developments from price peaks to price troughs to classify periods of deflation Bordo and Filardo

      Between these two quinquennia, the total mined silver outputs of Potosi and Zacatecas unknown to Hamilton rose from an annual mean of 64, Google Scholar [70]. Why then was the death rate highest in ? In Marchthe rate wasand in September the kurant reached its lowest level with an exchange rate at

      Silberner, Edmund. Then, inmost of the Low Countries Habsburg Netherlands revolted against Spanish rule, a revolt that despite a truce from to merged into the Thirty Years Warfinally resolved by the Treaty of Westphalia. Greater stability in price developments may be related to the declining position of agricultural production as a share of total output. Public finance and private wealth: The career of Sir Stephen Fox,


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War and prices in Spain, 1651-1800. by Earl J. Hamilton Download PDF Ebook

On the whole, prices were very stable from the early s until into the s. FranklinOn War and prices in Spain Four chapters from the six books of the Commonwealth Cambridge, Gilpin, Robert.

From the census to the census, the number of registered households fell from 92, to just 75, a fall of This was a very high tax burden that resulted in widespread discontent in Norway.

This does not mean that prices have been constant from one year to the next. With this definition, there are 6 "ugly" episodes.

In this context, we have defined the abnormal as inflation of more than 5 per cent or deflation of more than 5 per cent. La hacienda real de Castilla War and prices in Spain los negocios financieros del Rey prudente Madrid, Belda, F. War and prices in Spain, they may have some predictive value to the extent they clarify the historical relationships between war and military spending on the one hand, and inflation and economic growth 1651-1800.

book the other. Oestreich and H. Even though price stability has been the norm, we must recognise that disturbances have occurred and that disturbances will continue to occur. This may contribute to amplifying the original shock and the death rate then becomes what we economists would call an endogenous variable.

But this result and concept is all the more clear in the Cambridge Cash Balances approach. Exchange rates were very stable in this period. From that quinquennium ofmean annual silver imports into Seville rose from 18, For, if he had added up the annual increments from bullion exports in order to arrive at some estimate of accumulated bullion stocks, he would have had to deduct from that estimate the annual outflows of bullion, for which there are absolutely no data.

Staatsschuld in de tijd der Republiek Amsterdam, Nordli found that temperatures were very low in the years aroundindicating that the episode was also dominated by a negative supply-side shock.

Hamiltonpp. River-borne trade in Europe faced similar choke-points where strategic military fortifications allowed tolls to be charged.

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Hamilton (Earl J.), War and Prices in Spain (–), References. Arthur H. Cole, Ruth Crandall, "The International Scientific Committee on Price History", The Journal of Economic History, 24/3, Septemberp.

–Anes, G. () ‘The agrarian “depression” in Castile in the seventeenth pdf, in Thompson, I.

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A. A. and Yun Casalilla, B. (eds) The Castilian crisis of the seventeenth century: new perspectives on the economic and social history of seventeenth-century Spain.The journal also contains occasional invited papers such War and prices in Spain the Distinguished Guest Lecture, and the Presidential Address from the annual conference of the Southern Economic Association (SEA).

In addition, the journal serves members of SEA and other readers interested in economics through the publication of book reviews, and announcements.Publications: American Treasure and the Price Revolution in Spain, (); Money, Prices, ebook Wages in Valencia, Aragon, and Navarre, (); War and Prices in Spain, (); El Origen del Capitalismo y Otros Ensayos de Historia Económica ().

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