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The Political Economy of the Dutch Republic.

By: Gelderblom, Oscar, Dr.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Farnham : Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 2013Description: 1 online resource (346 p.).ISBN: 9780754695837.Subject(s): Netherlands -- Economic conditions -- 16th century | Netherlands -- Economic conditions -- 17th century | Netherlands -- Economic conditions -- 18th centuryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Political Economy of the Dutch RepublicDDC classification: 330.9492 | 330.9492/04 | 336.4'92 LOC classification: HC324 .P65 2009Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Notes on Contributors; Preface; Introduction; 1 Emulating Success: Contemporary Views of the Dutch Economy before 1800; 2 Holland's New Fiscal Regime, 1572-1576; 3 The Efficiency of Taxation in Holland; 4 The Political Economy of Bread in the Dutch Republic; 5 Mutual Advantages: State Bankers as Brokers between the City of Amsterdam and the Dutch Republic; 6 Tax Morale and Citizenship in the Dutch Republic; 7 Rural Development and Landownership in Holland, c.1400-1650; 8 Financing Water Management in Rijnland, 1500-1800
9 The Organization of Long-Distance Trade in England and the Dutch Republic,1550-165010 The Union of Utrecht, Tariff Barriers, and the Interprovincial Beer Trade in the Dutch Republic; 11 Local Particularism Challenged, 1795-1813; Index
Summary: In the first half of the seventeenth century the Dutch Republic emerged as one of Europe's leading maritime powers. The political and military leadership of this small country was based on large-scale borrowing from an increasingly wealthy middle-class of merchants, manufacturers and regents This volume presents the first comprehensive account of the political economy of the Dutch republic from the sixteenth to the early nineteenth century. Building on earlier scholarship and extensive new evidence it tackles two main issues: the effect of political revolution on property rights and public fin
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Cover; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Notes on Contributors; Preface; Introduction; 1 Emulating Success: Contemporary Views of the Dutch Economy before 1800; 2 Holland's New Fiscal Regime, 1572-1576; 3 The Efficiency of Taxation in Holland; 4 The Political Economy of Bread in the Dutch Republic; 5 Mutual Advantages: State Bankers as Brokers between the City of Amsterdam and the Dutch Republic; 6 Tax Morale and Citizenship in the Dutch Republic; 7 Rural Development and Landownership in Holland, c.1400-1650; 8 Financing Water Management in Rijnland, 1500-1800

9 The Organization of Long-Distance Trade in England and the Dutch Republic,1550-165010 The Union of Utrecht, Tariff Barriers, and the Interprovincial Beer Trade in the Dutch Republic; 11 Local Particularism Challenged, 1795-1813; Index

In the first half of the seventeenth century the Dutch Republic emerged as one of Europe's leading maritime powers. The political and military leadership of this small country was based on large-scale borrowing from an increasingly wealthy middle-class of merchants, manufacturers and regents This volume presents the first comprehensive account of the political economy of the Dutch republic from the sixteenth to the early nineteenth century. Building on earlier scholarship and extensive new evidence it tackles two main issues: the effect of political revolution on property rights and public fin

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